About the Term Summary Report for MAP Reading Fluency

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The Term Summary Report is a summary of the students in the various grade level expectations in Oral Reading Assessments and Foundational Skill Assessments at the district or school level.


How to access the Term Summary report:

The Term Summary report is available for the following users:
  • District Assessment Coordinator
  • School Assessment Coordinator
  • Administrator
To access this report:
  1. Navigate to MAP Reading Fluency on the MAP Administration and Reporting Center (MARC) site.
  2. Select Reports > Term Summary.
Filtering options:
You can filter the Term Summary report by the following:
  • Term
  • School
  • Grade

By default, the report shows the most recent term. 

Number of tests required:
You only need 1 completed test for a grade level to appear in the Term Summary report for both oral reading and foundational skills.

Oral Reading Student Scores

The Oral Reading Student Scores section contains the distributions of words correct per minute (WCPM) and Lexile scores, as well as the percentage of students scoring in each expectation level.

Box and whisker plots for WCPM and Lexile
The box and whisker plots show the score distribution in quartiles. The “whiskers” at the ends show the highest and lowest scores, and the range of the upper and lower quartiles. The “box” shows the 25th through 75th quartile, with the median (the 50th percentile) indicated by the line in the middle of the box.

Box and whisker plots require at least 20 completed oral reading assessments.

Expectation level pie charts
The pie charts show the four expectation levels:
  • Red: Below expectation
  • Yellow: Approaching expectation
  • Green: Meets expectation
  • Blue: Exceeds expectation

Foundational Skills Student Scores

Pie chart – grouped by ZPD levels
The pie charts in this section show the percent of students that scored in each zone of proximal development (ZPD) level. The ZPD level is different from expectation level; the ZPD level targets the skills the student is ready to learn based on their performance on the foundational skills assessment. For example, the ZPD Level 2 for Phonological Awareness is “Initial Sounds”, so students in this group are ready to learn initial sounds.

Pie chart – colored by expectation levels
For each grade and term, the ZPD levels are assigned expectation levels. On the pie charts for Foundational Skills, the ZPD level segments are colored based on the expectation level for that ZPD level. For example, for students in 1st grade in fall, Level 2 for Phonological Awareness -- “Initial Sounds” -- is “Approaching Expectation”, so this segment would be colored yellow in the pie chart. However, it is “Below Expectation” for 2nd graders, and would be colored red.

If all the ZPD levels are in the same expectation level for the grade, then the chart will show different shades of the color for that expectation level. For example, if you are working with some 3rd graders who are struggling with foundational skills, you may see pie charts with each section in a different shade of red (below expectations), with each pie chart section showing how many students are at a particular ZPD level.

How to print or export

To print:
  1. Generate a Term Summary report for the desired term, school, and grade.
  2. Select Print in the upper right.
  3. Choose to print the selected grade only or all grades for the term.
  4. Click Print Reports.

To export:
MAP Reading Fluency data can be exported as a spreadsheet from Reports > Exports. For details, see Exporting in the MAP Help Center.

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