Your Writing Portfolio

Through the Portfolio tab, students can access real-time reports, 24/7, to view writing performance by characteristic and type of writing, completed drafts and essays, and writing progress over time.

Portfolio

Performance Reports

In the Performance section, students can view their writing averages by trait and total scores, by writing genre, and for constructed responses.

  • Click Student Averages: Trait and Total Scores to view your average scores for each writing trait, total score, and teacher-scored textual evidence and content accuracy categories.

Student Average: Trait and Total Score

  • Click Student Averages: Writing Genre Scores to compare your average scores by genre. 
  • Writing Standard (Genre) Scores

Student Average: Writing Genre Score

  • Click Student Averages: Constructed Response Scores to view your average holistic/total scores, textual evidence, and content accuracy scores for constructed responses.
  • Scores are displayed in a bar chart and a sortable table. Click the date in either the bar chart or the sortable table to view the score report for this draft.

Student Averages: Constructed Response

Prompt Reports

In the Prompts section, you can see a list of prompts that you have written to and the date of the most recent draft. It also displays the number of drafts, and your highest score obtained for each prompt. 

  • Click Prompt Analysis to see a list of prompts that you have written to, the date of the most recent draft submission, how many essays and drafts have been written to the prompt, and the average score for responses to the prompt.

Prompt Analysis

  • Click Constructed Response Prompt Analysis to see a list of constructed response prompts to which you have written, the date of the most recent draft submission, how many responses and drafts have been written to the prompt, and the average score for responses to the prompt.

Usage Reports

In the Usage section, you can view how much you are using the program.

  • Click Summary for a quick view of number of essays and drafts submitted, the average number of drafts per essay, the number of peer reviews given and received, time spent on lessons, number of constructed responses and drafts submitted, and the average number of drafts per constructed response. 

Writing Summary

  • Click Essays to see a bar graph and sortable table displaying the number of essays and drafts that you have submitted, and the average number of drafts submitted per essay. Click the date in the graph or in the table to access the score report for a specific draft. 

Essays Report

  • Click Peer Reviews to access all peer reviews that you have given and received.  Click the date in the table to read the comments.

Peer Review Report

  • Click Lesson Usage to view a graph and table displaying the last date you used the program and the total time spent on the lessons within each category. In the table, click the Category Title to view the dates of use and time spent on specific lessons within each area.

Lesson Usage Report

  • Click Constructed Responses to view a sortable table displaying the number of constructed responses and drafts that you have submitted, and the average number of drafts submitted per response. Click the date in the table to access the score report for a specific draft.

Constructed Response Report

Progress Reports

In the Progress section, students can monitor their writing progress by month and  across three years (if applicable).

  • Click Progress by Month/Year to view a line graph of your average total score over 12 months.
  • Use the drop-down menu filters to view your average score by a specific trait or writing genre.
  • Click one or more years in the legend above the graph to remove or add a year to the graph.

Average Monthly Scores