Printing the Forms
If you decide to use preprinted forms instead of printing forms for each assessment, you can print the booklets linked under "Student and Teacher Forms" below. Things to note:
- For Nombrar colores rápidamente and Nombrar objetos rápidamente assessments, be sure to print the forms in color; other assessments can be printed in grayscale.
- If you use the Print format and you mark scoring information on the teacher form, you may need to print the teacher form for each assessment.
Finding the Correct Form for Each Assessment
Students are randomly assigned specific forms for each assessment by the software. It's important to administer the form that has been assigned for each assessment; otherwise, you will be unable to score the form you administered because when you enter scores, you will be shown the form that was assigned.
To help you identify and find the form, Star CBM Lectura shows you the assigned form ID as described under "Mixed Format Assessments" and "Print Assessments" below. Note that the form identifiers include the measure abbreviations, which are:
|Combinaciones de letras
|Nombrar colores rápidamente
|Nombrar objetos rápidamente
|Nombrar letras rápidamente
|Nombrar números rápidamente
|Palabras con sílabas compuestas
|Palabras con sílabas simples
|Pasajes para lectura en voz alta (español)
For Pasajes para lectura en voz alta assessments, the form ID also includes the grade level. For example, PVAEES-G1: Form 10 is a grade 1 assessment (G1), so you would look for Form 10 in the booklets for grade 1 Pasajes para lectura en voz alta (español) assessments.
Mixed Format Assessments
After you choose the Mixed format, you'll see this message, which includes the form identifier (PVAEES-G1: Form 17 in the example below). Find the student form with that ID in the booklet for the measure (in this case, "Pasajes para lectura en voz alta (español) Student Forms"). You do not need the teacher form since that will be shown in the software as you administer the assessment. When you have the student form, select Begin Assessment to continue. (For full instructions, see Mixed Assessments.)
If you don't administer the assessment right away, you'll also see the form identifier when you select In Progress in the Record Book and then choose to start the assessment:
After you choose the Print format, you'll see this message, which includes the form identifier (CLES: Form 14 in the example below). Find the form with that ID in both the student and teacher booklets for the measure - in this case, "Combinaciones de letras Cuadernillo de formas para el estudiante" and "Combinaciones de letras Cuadernillo de formas para el maestro." When you have the form, select Got It to go back to the Record Book. (Note: If you mark scoring information on the teacher form, you may need to reprint the teacher form for each assessment.)
When you enter the score after the assessment, you will see the form identifier again in the popup:
For full instructions, see Print Assessments.
Student and Teacher Forms
The links below include all of the student and teacher forms available for each measure.