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Students will receive reports that place their performance on the Kentucky Performance Rating for Educational Progress (K-PREP) assessment in each content area into the categories of Novice, Apprentice, Proficient and Distinguished (NAPD). The Proficient level is the goal for all students with the NAPD distribution based on cut scores from the assessment. Performance Level Descriptors further define the performances of the constructed response and multiple-choice items. For more explicit and detailed descriptions, consult the descriptors for each particular grade level and content area.
Reading
GradePerformance LevelNoviceApprenticeProficientDistinguished3A Novice student is able to use stated information to answer questions; determine simple main ideas; identify basic character traits, feelings or actions; sequence major events when given explicit context clues; identify authors point of view.
An Apprentice student is able to answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text; recognize the main idea; identify a characters traits, motivations or feelings; sequence events when given explicit context clues; determine authors point of view and state personal opinion on a topic.A Proficient student is able to ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers; determine main idea and theme; recognize that a characters traits, motivations or feelings influence events in a story; sequence events with minimal context clues; determine authors point of view and distinguish personal opinion from the authors point of view.A Distinguished student is able to use explicit or implied information to make summarizations and specific inferences to demonstrate clear comprehension; explain main idea and theme in depth using textual evidence; explain how a characters traits, motivations or feelings influence events in a story; sequence events containing subtle context clues; distinguish authors point of view from personal opinion using textual evidence.4A Novice student is able to determine meaning of simple words using explicit context clues; identify general character traits and actions; use basic information to partially summarize; identify main idea, supporting details, and theme; identify obvious differences among prose, poetry, and drama.An Apprentice student is able to use explicit context clues to determine word meaning and interpret literal and non-literal language; identify character traits and actions; identify text structures; use explicitly stated information to make limited inferences, summarize, and determine main idea and supporting details, central idea, or theme; identify general differences among prose, poetry and drama.A Proficient student is able to determine word meaning and interpret literal and non-literal language; use explicit and implied information to interpret character traits, actions, and motivations; interpret meaning from text structures and explain how it contributes to a readers understanding; use explicit and implied information from the text to summarize, determine main idea and supporting details, central idea, and theme; identify differences among prose, poetry and drama, using the structural elements of the genre for support.A Distinguished student is able to use explicit or implied information to summarize, demonstrating in-depth understanding; make inferences and draw conclusions using implied information; explain main idea, central idea and theme; analyze the overall structure of the text; thoroughly explain subtle differences among prose, poetry and drama.5A Novice student is able to make limited connections among details to identify main ideas; recall basic facts from text; determine meaning of simple words using explicitly stated context clues.An Apprentice student is able to determine main idea or theme; identify the most important details as stated explicitly in the text; identify a quote to support a claim or reach a conclusion; use context clues, synonyms and substitution to determine meanings of words and phrases; support claims using general information.A Proficient student is able to determine main idea or theme and support with relevant details; quote accurately to support claims using explicit information and by making inferences; use specific details to make connections among characters, settings or events; use context clues to determine the meaning of words and phrases; describe how information or events are influenced by point of view; determine the importance of specific details and explain how the author uses reasons or evidence as support.A Distinguished student is able to explain main idea or theme based on contextual evidence; make insightful inferences; synthesize information throughout the text to compare and contrast characters, setting, events, concepts or ideas; evaluate the importance of specific details and explain how the author uses reasons or evidence as support; determine the meaning of words or phrases (including multiple meaning words) when given minimal context clues; analyze supporting details as to their impact in a text.6A Novice student is able to identify theme, central idea, authors purpose and point of view; recall given information from text; identify character traits when the details are explicitly stated in the text; determine the meaning of words and phrases when given explicit context clues.An Apprentice student is able to support ideas using general information; determine theme, central idea, authors purpose and point of view; identify important details as stated explicitly in the text; make predictions, inferences and draw conclusions; identify how a character, event, or idea develops; determine the meaning of words, phrases and figurative language as used in the text to strengthen understanding.A Proficient student is able to analyze a text using specific textual evidence to support inferences; determine how literary elements and structure convey purpose, central idea, theme and point of view; analyze how a character, event, or idea develops; determine meanings of words, phrases and figurative language by using connections across the text; compare and contrast texts across genres to determine how similar topics, central ideas or themes are addressed.A Distinguished student is able to synthesize information from across texts to support conclusions; use insight to choose the most relevant details to support claims, make inferences, and draw conclusions; provide evidence with thorough explanations to support their ideas; use textual evidence to compare and contrast texts across genres to determine how similar topics, central ideas or themes are addressed.7A Novice student is able to recall information from text; identify the theme or central idea; use commonly used context clues to determine word meaning; draw conclusions from evidence that is explicitly stated; rely on prior knowledge to identify the meaning of grade-appropriate words.An Apprentice student is able to identify organizational structure in a text; identify elements of a story or drama and how they function within the text; identify supporting details that relate to the central idea or theme; draw conclusions from textual evidence; determine authors purpose; interpret the meaning of figurative language and the impact of word choice; make some connections across texts.A Proficient student is able to analyze the impact structure has on text meaning, including how the parts of text contribute to the whole; analyze the authors point of view or purpose and the effectiveness of supporting details; determine meaning and impact of unfamiliar words and phrases with limited context clues; draw inferences from implied evidence; analyze the impact of literary elements or word choice; analyze the development of the theme or central idea; make connections across texts.A Distinguished student is able to analyze the impact structure has on text meaning, including how the parts of text contribute to the whole to develop the central idea; evaluate an authors point of view or purpose and how the author distinguishes this position from that of others; evaluate the authors use of literary elements and their impact on the meaning of text; interpret central ideas, concepts, and themes; analyze the impact of literacy techniques or word choice on meaning and tone; make insightful connections and inferences across texts citing evidence to support conclusions.8A Novice student is able to identify the theme or central idea; identify literary elements; determine the meaning of unfamiliar words using context clues; recall relevant information; make predictions; make inferences using prior knowledge and context clues.An Apprentice student is able to identify supporting details and how they relate to the central idea; infer meaning from explicit textual evidence; identify structures that contribute to meaning and purpose of text; define unknown words and phrases using context clues; identify arguments.A Proficient student is able to determine the central idea of text and evaluate its relationship to supporting details and their relevance; recognize the importance of structure, including the role of sentences in developing an idea; identify connotations through context clues; analyze implied connections or distinctions within the text; analyze the impact of specific word choice on meaning and tone; evaluate the argument, assessing whether the reasoning is sound and evidence relevant.A Distinguished student is able to differentiate information based on relevance to central idea or author's purpose; synthesize the parts of text for holistic interpretation; analyze connections or distinctions within and across texts; analyze details for implied meaning; identify and evaluate the development of an argument, assessing whether the reasoning is sound and evidence relevant and sufficient, recognizing irrelevant evidence.Mathematics
GradePerformance LevelNoviceApprenticeProficientDistinguished3A student scoring Novice can multiply single-digit whole numbers; identify information from a chart to solve a word problem; add and/or subtract whole numbers within 1,000; identify fractions as part of a whole; and count square units to find area.A student scoring Apprentice can solve two-step problems using single-digit numbers; round to the nearest tens and hundreds using knowledge of place value; multiply one digit numbers by multiples of ten up to 90; locate and identify fractions on a number line including equivalent fractions less than or equal to 1; interpret data from charts, bar graphs, and pictographs; recognize attributes of 2-D shapes; partition a shape into parts with equal areas; apply the concept of tiling to find the area of a shape; and calculate elapsed time.A student scoring Proficient can represent and solve problems involving the four operations; multiply and divide within 100; show the relationship between multiplication and division within 100; identify an equation to solve problems including those with an unknown; use area models to represent the distributive property; relate area to multiplication and addition; solve problems involving intervals of time to the nearest minute; generate data by measuring lengths using rulers marked with halves and fourths of an inch and graph the data using a line plot; and interpret graphs including line plots, scaled picture graphs and bar graphs.A student scoring Distinguished can explain number patterns using properties of operations; apply the distributive property to represent equivalent number sentences; express whole numbers greater than 1 as a fraction; generate and explain equivalent fractions; and decompose (break apart) rectilinear figures (shapes that can be broken into rectangles) into non-overlapping rectangles to find the total area of the original shape.4A student scoring Novice can solve multi-digit addition problems; identify a rule for a number pattern involving one operation; use place value to identify and compare whole numbers; compare numbers using greater than, less than, and equal to; add fractions with like denominators; convert fractions into decimals using tenths or hundredths; solve simple real-world fractional problems using a given model; and extend shape patterns.A student scoring Apprentice can interpret and solve multi-step word problems with whole numbers using multiplication and division; solve multi-step word problems and determine the reasonableness of the answer using estimation; solve multi-digit subtraction problems; represent numbers in word, expanded, and standard form; multiply whole numbers by fractions using a model; identify parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting lines; and identify lines of symmetry in a 2-D figure.A student scoring Proficient can divide multi-digit whole numbers by one digit divisors; multiply 2-digit numbers; apply understanding of the relationship between multiplication and division; identify prime/composite numbers; generate a number pattern when given a rule; compare and order fractions less than one; multiply a unit fraction by a whole number using visual models and equations; measure and estimate angles including angles in reference to a circle; recognize that angles are additive; identify relative sizes of length; convert units of measurement; classify 2-D shapes from given attributes; and apply area formula for rectangles.A student scoring Distinguished can apply understanding of place value and the properties of operations to solve and explain problems with multi-digit whole numbers; use factors and multiples to solve word problems; show the relationship between multiplication and division using an unknown number; find equivalent fractions by multiplying; solve addition and subtraction problems with mixed numbers using common denominators; compare and order decimals through hundredths; solve problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions; interpret data from line plots; and solve for an unknown angle.5A student scoring Novice can identify a rule in a number pattern; recall the steps of the order of operations; perform addition with multi-digit whole numbers including decimals to the hundredths; determine an ordered pair on a coordinate plane in quadrant I; and measure volume by counting unit cubes.A student scoring Apprentice can write numerical expressions; translate between verbal and numerical expressions; use place value to read, write and compare decimals up to the thousandths place; perform addition and subtraction with multi-digit whole numbers including decimals to the hundredths; use place value to round decimals; find equivalent fractions to solve problems involving addition and subtraction; interpret an ordered pair in quadrant I in context of a situation; determine volume of rectangular prisms with or without a model and/or formula; and classify two-dimensional shapes by their attributes.A student scoring Proficient can write and interpret numerical expressions; analyze patterns; identify relationships between corresponding terms; perform operations and evaluate expressions using multi-digit numbers including decimals to the hundredths; compute with powers of 10; interpret and explain fractions using the relationship between multiplication and division; divide fraction with whole numbers in real world context; multiply fractions and mixed numbers in real world context; convert units of measure within the same system; and select appropriate units, strategies and tools for estimating and measuring volume.A student scoring Distinguished can apply understanding of place value and the properties of operations to solve and explain problems with multi-digit numbers, including decimals to hundredths; create appropriate visual models to represent expressions including operations with fractions; apply understanding of adding, subtracting, and multiplication of fractions by fractions to solve problems in context; represent and interpret data from a line plot; and solve problems using information presented in the line plot.6A student scoring Novice can calculate and interpret unit rate problems; interpret and solve division problems in a real world context; add and subtract decimals; interpret and evaluate exponents; evaluate algebraic expressions with one variable; solve one-step equations; and find area of a rectangle or triangle given the dimensions.A student scoring Apprentice can find a percent and write as a rate per 100; multiply decimals; find greatest common factors and least common multiples; divide multi-digit numbers; apply understanding of integers in real world context; evaluate algebraic expressions with two or more variables using order of operations; solve one-step equations and inequalities; graph ordered pairs to construct figure(s) and determine the dimensions of the figure(s); use data from a graph to solve problems and make predictions; and calculate the mean.A student scoring Proficient can find and simplify ratios in real world context; use proportional reasoning to solve problems; solve unit rate problems involving unit pricing and constant speed; convert units of measure; compute and model division of a fraction by a fraction; interpret the quotient; order rational numbers (numbers that can be expressed as an integer or the quotient of an integer divided by a nonzero integer); evaluate algebraic expressions including exponents; reason about and solve one-variable equations; calculate the area of complex polygons in real world context; and summarize and describe distributions of data.A student scoring Distinguished can connect understanding of multiplication and division to solve and explain ratio and rate problems in context; perform operations with decimals; multiply and divide fractions by fractions and explain why the procedures make sense; identify and reason about equivalent expressions; solve one-variable equations and inequalities; write, interpret and explain statements of order for rational numbers (numbers that can be expressed as an integer or the quotient of an integer divided by a nonzero integer); and solve multi-step problems involving area, surface area, and volume in real world context.7A student scoring Novice can recognize a percent as a decimal and a fraction; solve problems using a given unit rate; solve basic mathematical problems using order of operations; solve one-step equations; select formulas for area and perimeter of rectangles; and use organized lists, tables, or tree diagrams to illustrate data.A student scoring Apprentice can compute a percent of a number; use ratios to solve problems; evaluate mathematical problems using order of operations with integers; solve two-step equations; evaluate algebraic expressions with two or more variables using order of operations; select and apply basic geometric formulas; identify cross sections of a 3-D object taken parallel to a base; identify an appropriate sample for a population; and compute measures of central tendency.A student scoring Proficient can write and solve multi-step problems that include rational numbers, proportions, scale drawings and a variety of percent problems; convert between forms of rational numbers; write and solve multi-step problems, including problems in real-world context, using expressions and linear equations; select and apply the appropriate geometric formulas to find area of complex figures; use angle relationships to determine the degree measure of an angle; identify cross sections of a 3-D object; use probability to make inferences; and apply measures of central tendency to compare sets of data.A student scoring A student scoring Distinguished can create, solve and explain multi-step problems including proportions, scale drawings and a variety of percent problems; create and solve linear equations and inequalities; convert among various forms of rational numbers in any form; select and apply the appropriate geometric formulas to find area of complex figures using appropriate units; use and apply knowledge of angle relationships; compare multiple cross sections of a 3-D object; use compound probability to make inferences; and apply measures of central tendency and dispersion to compare sets of data.8A student scoring Novice can find the square root of a perfect square; evaluate expressions that have positive exponents; identify and plot points; solve an equation in the form ax + b = c; select an appropriate formula for finding the volume of a cylinder or a cone; identify corresponding parts of congruent figures; translate a figure; and determine whether the relationship in a scatterplot is positive or negative.A student scoring Apprentice can recognize if the value of the square root is irrational or rational; apply rules of exponents to multiply positive powers; identify and plot points on a graph; describe and find the slope of a line; identify linear functions and linear associations; describe relationships between values in a table; compute the volume of a cylinder and cone; identify corresponding parts of similar figures; translate and reflect a figure; use angle relationships to determine facts about the angles created from parallel lines cut by a transversal; and choose a line of best fit.A student scoring Proficient can locate on a number line an approximate location of an irrational root; find perfect cube roots; classify real numbers; perform operations with numbers expressed in scientific notation; solve and interpret a system of equations using graphs; compare and solve proportional relationships; identify linear vs. non-linear functions; compare functions using tables, equations, and graphs; determine and interpret slope and rate of change; apply a single geometric transformation; use angle relationships to determine similarity of triangles; solve problems involving volume of cylinders, cones, and spheres; apply Pythagorean Theorem; and interpret scatterplots and line of best fit.A student scoring Distinguished can classify and locate real numbers (rational/irrational numbers) on a number line; apply rules of integer exponents and evaluate; solve a system of equations algebraically; compare and solve multiple proportional relationships; compare linear and nonlinear functions with justifications; determine and interpret slope and rate of change using appropriate units; apply multiple transformations; apply ideas of congruence and similarity; use reasoning to solve volume problems and label; prove and apply the Pythagorean Theorem; interpret scatterplots; and make predictions using the line of best fit.
Science
GradePerformance LevelNoviceApprenticeProficientDistinguished4 and 7A student performing at the Novice level has a minimal understanding of science concepts and processes. The student communicates ideas ineffectively or inaccurately, providing little detail and little or no support. Attempts at problem-solving or critical thinking are minimal or inappropriate.A student performing at the Apprentice level has a basic understanding of science concepts and processes. The student demonstrates some problem-solving and critical thinking skills, but they are not consistently applied. The student communicates ideas in a basic manner, but explanations, solutions or justifications may be unclear or ineffective.A student performing at the Proficient level has a broad understanding of science concepts and processes. The student usually communicates ideas accurately using clear and appropriate examples, supporting or justifying those ideas with relevant details and evidence. Problem-solving and critical thinking skills are used effectively. Connections between science concepts/ideas, when present, are reasonable and appropriate.A student performing at the Distinguished level has a comprehensive understanding of science concepts and processes. The student consistently communicates ideas in a sophisticated and complex manner, using thorough supporting detail and explicit examples. The student reasons and solves problems by using appropriate strategies in an insightful way. Connections between science concepts/ideas, when appropriate, are justified and insightful.Social Studies
GradePerformance LevelNoviceApprenticeProficientDistinguished5 and 8A student performing at the Novice level has a minimal understanding of social studies concepts and processes. The student communicates ideas ineffectively or inaccurately, providing little detail and little or no support. Attempts at problem-solving or critical thinking are minimal or inappropriate.A student performing at the Apprentice level has a basic understanding of social studies concepts and processes. The student demonstrates some problem-solving and critical thinking skills, but they are not consistently applied. The student communicates ideas in a basic manner, but explanations, solutions or justifications may be unclear or ineffective.A student performing at the Proficient level has a broad understanding of social studies concepts and processes. The student usually communicates ideas accurately using clear and appropriate examples, supporting or justifying those ideas with relevant details and evidence. Problem-solving and critical thinking skills are used effectively. Connections between social studies concepts/ideas, when present, are reasonable and appropriate.A student performing at the Distinguished level has a comprehensive understanding of social studies concepts and processes. The student consistently communicates ideas in a sophisticated and complex manner, using thorough supporting detail and explicit examples. The student reasons and solves problems by using appropriate strategies in an insightful way. Connections between social studies concepts/ideas, when appropriate, are justified and insightful.On-Demand Writing
GradePerformance LevelNoviceApprenticeProficientDistinguished5, 6, 8, 10 and 11Novice writing may attempt to establish purpose but lacks focus; shows limited awareness of audience needs; absent or inappropriate voice or tone; shows little or no idea development with few or no details for support, or the support is inaccurate; attempts to apply some characteristics of the mode; lacks clear organization; exhibits limited/ineffective use of transitional elements; uses little or no variety in sentence structures and ineffective word choice; lacks control of grammar and usage with errors in spelling, punctuation or documentation disproportionate to the length; errors interfere with communication.
Apprentice writing attempts to establish and maintain purpose, but has some lapses in focus; lacks awareness of audience needs; uses language that causes voice or tone to weaken; demonstrates inconsistent development of ideas; may use irrelevant or inconsistent support; may apply some characteristics of the mode; attempts organization, but is often unclear; uses simple or ineffective transitional elements; uses simple and sometimes awkward sentence structures; shows simple or inappropriate word choice; has frequent errors in spelling, punctuation, capitalization or documentation that may interfere with communication.
Proficient writing maintains purpose; has an awareness of audience using suitable voice or tone with occasional lapses; develops ideas adequately by providing examples, details, facts, explanations or descriptions for support; applies characteristics of the mode; uses logical and coherent organization; uses transitional elements, appropriate word choice and sentence variety that connect ideas and generally guide the reader; exhibits correct grammar and usage; includes few errors in spelling, punctuation, capitalization, abbreviation or documentation that do not interfere with communication.
Distinguished writing maintains a well-defined purpose; shows strong awareness of audience needs; maintains appropriate voice or tone; consistently develops ideas with depth, complexity and insight; uses appropriate examples, details, facts, explanations, or descriptions for support; skillfully applies the characteristics of the mode; demonstrates consistent, careful and/or subtle organization including transitional elements that effectively connect ideas and guide the reader; effective sentence variety; consistently uses appropriate language; demonstrates effective control of grammar, usage, and correctness.
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