Embedded Designated Supports: Stacked Translations and Translated Test Directions

Embedded Universal Tools, Designated Supports, and Accommodations Video Tutorial

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[MUSIC] and [GRAPHICS]

  • The CAASPP logo appears on a black chalkboard background. It is "CAASPP" in lowercase letters and resembles a chalk drawing. The letters "CA" are white and are superimposed over a blue globe with a green silhouette of California inside it. The letters "ASPP" are green.
  • White text appears beneath the logo: "Designated Supports: Stacked Translations and Translated Test Directions Video Tutorial."
  • The CAASPP logo and text fade.
  • A Web page appears. It is a set of accessibility options for an eighth-grade mathematics practice test written in Spanish. The CAASPP logo is at the top of the Web page. Below the logo there is a header, "¿Es esta tu prueba?" There are three visible sections: Presentación, Integración con tecnología asistiva, and Asistencia Literaria.
[VO NARRATOR]
  • There are a variety of resources that can be used on test day. This video will show what stacked translations and translated test directions look like. This designated support is something that may be assigned by a teacher, depending on a student’s need. During testing, stacked translation and translated test directions may be assigned to you before you start testing if you speak both English and Spanish" and can benefit from being able to read items and directions in Spanish. These resources are only available for the math and science assessments.
[GRAPHICS]
  • The screen changes to a question from a Spanish-language mathematics test. There is a context menu button labeled with three horizontal lines in the upper-right corner, a question written in Spanish and then in English below, an answer box, and a simple calculator below it with a text box to its right.
[VO NARRATOR]
  • If you have been assigned this support by your teacher, this is what it will look like. If selected prior to testing, you will be able to read all the instructions in Spanish before you begin. Stacked translation will allow you to read both the Spanish and English versions of all items on the test: Spanish on top, and English underneath. Remember, these resources are only available for the math and science assessments. All of the menu items on the test screen will also be in Spanish.
[GRAPHICS]
  • The screen changes to a pretest tutorial written entirely in Spanish. A brief instructional video is playing in a pop-up box. The cursor clicks continue, and the screen changes to a diagram of the test and written instructions in Spanish. The cursor clicks continue again, and after a brief loading screen, the mathematics question from before reappears.
  • The view zooms in on the upper-left corner of the screen and pans across all of the available icons, which are labeled in Spanish.
[VO NARRATOR]
  • Note that different devices may require different actions in order to make these selections. Thanks for watching.
[MUSIC] and [GRAPHICS]
  • The Web page fades.
  • The CAASPP logo appears on a black chalkboard background. It is "CAASPP" in lowercase letters and resembles a chalk drawing. The letters "CA" are white and are superimposed over a blue globe with a green silhouette of California inside it. The letters "ASPP" are green.
  • Blue text appears above the logo: "For more information, visit."
  • White text appears beneath the logo: www.caaspp.org.
  • The music fades.
  • Fade to black.