accelerated-reader

Student Record Report

The Student Record Report can be found under the Reading Practice, Vocabulary Practice and Literacy Skills reports. This report is a useful tool for teachers to find patterns and diagnose problems in a student's reading practice. Note: Students may also be able to generate this report when they are logged in to the program.

For each student the report shows the student's name, ID, year, class and teacher.

The report shows the date the student took the quiz, the quiz number, title, fiction/non-fiction classification, TWI setting, number of questions the student answered correctly, total number of questions on the quiz, percentage of questions the student answered correctly, points the student earned, total number of points possible and book level.

The report summarises the quiz information by showing the number of quizzes passed versus the number taken, the average percentage correct for the quizzes, the total points earned, the total number of points that it was possible to earn and the average book level for the passed quizzes.

The report indicates which quizzes were taken with Recorded Voice.

The report shows the date taken, quiz number, title, number of first-try and second-try new words the student answered correctly, total number of first-try and second-try new words on the quiz, percentage of first-try and second-try new words the student answered correctly, number of review words (combined first-try and second-try) that the student answered correctly, total number of review words (combined first-try and second-try) on the quiz, percentage of review words (combined first-try and second-try) the student answered correctly and the book level.

The report summarises the quiz information by showing the average percentage correct for the first-try new words, second-try new words and the review words (combined first-try and second-try).

The report shows the date taken, quiz number, title, fiction/non-fiction classification, number of questions the student answered correctly, total number of questions on the quiz, percentage of questions the student answered correctly and book level.

The report summarises the quiz information by showing the number of quizzes passed versus the number taken, the average percentage correct for the quizzes and the average book level for the passed quizzes.

It shows the total number of student reported on overall. Then, for Reading Practice and Literacy Skills Quizzes, it shows the total number of students reported on, the number of quizzes passed versus the total number taken and the average percentage correct for the quizzes.

For Vocabulary Practice Quizzes, it shows the total number of students reported on and the number of quizzes taken.

To generate the report, follow these steps:

  1. On the Home page, click Accelerated Reader, then Reports.
  2. On the Reports page, click the link for any of these quiz types: Reading Practice, Vocabulary Practice or Literacy Skills.
  3. On the Select a Report page, if necessary, choose a school from the School drop-down list.
  4. Click Student Record in the list of reports.
  5. Select the report options. You can choose the following:
    • Which classes or students to include
    • Which reporting parameter group to use (this allows you to include students by enrolment date, ethnicity, gender, language, characteristics and/or year)
    • Which time period to include (a predefined or custom date range)
    • Which book level type to display (ATOS or Lexile┬« Measure)
    • How to sort information on the report (by date the quiz was taken or by quiz title)
    • Which quiz types to include (Reading Practice, Vocabulary Practice and/or Literacy Skills Quizzes)
    • Whether to group information on the report (do not group or group by class)
    • Whether to only include information about the quizzes that were taken for the classes included in the report (this option is available only if you have chosen to group the information)
    • Whether to display the student ID on the report (ID hidden by default)
    • Whether to place a page break after each group (this option is available only if you have chosen to group the information)
    • Whether to print the selected report options on the report
  6. Select View Report.
  7. As the program generates your report, you will see the Report Progress page. When the report is ready, it opens in Adobe Reader or your default PDF reader in the browser window or a separate window.
    • Click Customise this Report to go back and choose different options for the report and generate it again.
    • To select another report, click Select a Different Report.