AZELLA STUDENT REPORT ANALYSIS1AZELLA Student Report AnalysisAlexandria JacksonSEI/3008/27/2019Dr. Gretchen Meyers
AZELLA STUDENT REPORT ANALYSIS2AZELLA Student Report AnalysisAZELLA Scores: AZELLA DomainScoreProficiency LevelReading235IntermediateWriting229BasicOral (Listening/Speaking)287ProficientTotal Combined Score: 2489IntermediateIn order for a student to be considered overall proficient, the student must achieve Profi-cient in the “Total Combined Score” as well as the Reading and Writing scores (Univer-sity of Phoenix, n.d.).
AZELLA STUDENT REPORT ANALYSIS3Student’s Strengths, Areas to Improve and Assessments to Use: StrengthsAreas to ImproveAssessments to UseHome Activities to Sup-port Improvement: Oral Communication: (Lis-tening/Speaking)•Score = 287 = Proficient•According to Arizona Department Of Educa-tion (n.d.), “The student will demonstrate com-petency in Listening andSpeaking based on the knowledge, skills, and abilities specified in the Performance Indicators at the High Intermediatelevel in order to access grade-level academic content.” (ELL Stage III: Grades 3-5: Listen-ing and Speaking).Reading:•Score = 235 = Intermedi-ate•Low Intermediate - Ac-cording to Arizona De-partment Of Education (n.d.), “The student at this level has the ability to decode and compre-hend text independently read in English. The stu-dent relies on visuals, or-ganizational features, and contextual clues to comprehend a variety of fiction and nonfiction genres. The student uses
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