Accommodations for English Learners Bibliography

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  • Abedi, J. (2009). Computer testing as a form of accommodation for English language learners. Educational Assessment, 14(3–4), 195–211. doi:10.1080/10627190903448851

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  • Alt, M., Arizmendi, G., Beal, C., & Hurtado, S. (2012). The effect of test translation on the performance of second grade English learners on the KeyMath-3. Journal of Analytical Psychology, 50(1), 27–35. doi:doi:10.1002/pits.21656

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  • Beckham, S. (2015). Effects of linguistic modification accommodation on high school English language learners ’ academic performance (Doctoral dissertation, Nova Southeastern University).

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  • Cawthon, S., Leppo, R., Carr, T., & Kopriva, R. (2013). Toward accessible assessments: the promises and limitations of test item adaptions for students with disabilities and English language learners. Educational Assessment, 18(2), 73–98. doi:10.1080/10627197.2013.789294

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  • Cohen, D., Tracy, R., & Cohen, J. (2017). On the effectiveness of pop-up English language glossary accommodations for EL students in large-scale assessments. Applied Measurement in Education, 30(4), 259–272. doi:10.1080/08957347.2017.1353986

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  • Deysson, S. (2013). Equity for limited English proficient students regarding assessment and effectiveness of testing accommodations: a study of third graders (Doctoral dissertation, George Washington University).

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  • Kuti, L. (2011). Accommodations for English language learners with disabilities on federally mandated English language proficiency assessments (Doctoral dissertation Virginia Commonwealth University).

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  • Li, H., & Suen, H. (2012). Are test accommodations for English language learners fair? Language Assessment Quarterly, 9(2012), 293–309. doi:10.1080/15434303.2011.653843

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  • Lin, P. Y., & Lin, Y. C. (2014). The impact of setting accommodation on large-scale assessment for English language learners with and without learning disabilities: balanced vs. unbalanced data in latent class analyses. Journal of Studies in Education, 3(2), 1–19.

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  • Pennock-Roman, M., & Rivera, C. (2011). Mean effects of test accommodations for ELLs and non-ELLs: a meta-analysis of experimental studies. Educational Measurement Issues and Practice, 30(3), 10–28. doi:10.1111/j.1745-3992.2011.00207.x

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  • Prosser, R., & Solano-Flores, G. (2010). Including English language learners in the process of test development: a study on instrument linguistic adaptation for cognitive validity. Paper presented at the National Council of Measurement in Education, Denver Colorado. Retrieved from http://cadrek12.org/sites/default/files/NCME%202010%20Prosser%20&%20Solano-Flores-Including%20ELLs.pdf

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  • Robinson, J. (2010). The effects of test translation on young English learners’ mathematics performance. Educational Researcher, 39(8), 582–590. doi:10.3102/0013189X10389811

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  • Roohr, K., & Sireci, S. (2017). Evaluating computer-based test accommodations for English learners. Educational Assessment, 22(1), 35–53. doi:10.1080/10627197.2016.1271704

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  • Sato, E., Rabinowitz, S., Gallagher, C., & Huang, C.-W. (2010). Accommodations for English learner students: the effect of linguistic modification of math test item sets (Final Report. NCEE 2009-4079). National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance.

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  • Solano-Flores, G., & Li, M. (2009). Language variation and score variation in the testing of English language learners, native spanish speakers. Educational Assessment, 3(1), 180–194. doi:10.1080/10627190903422880

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  • Solano-Flores, G., Wang, C., Kachchaf, R., Soltero-Gonzalez, L., & Nguyen-Le, K. (2014). Developing testing accommodations for English language learners: illustrations as visual supports for item accessibility. Educational Assessment, 19(4), 267–283. doi:10.1080/10627197.2014.964116

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  • Wolf, M., Jinok, K., & Kao, J. (2012). The effects of glossary and read-aloud accommodations on English langauge learners’ performance on a mathematics assessment. Applied Meaurement in Education, 25(12), 347–374. doi:10.1080/08957347.2012.714693

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  • Young, J., King, T., Hauck, M., Ginsburgh, M., Kotloff, L., Cabrea, J., & Cavalie, C. (2014). Improving content assessment for English language learners: studies of the linguistic modification of test items. ETS Research Report Series (pp. 1–79). Educational Testing Service . doi:10.1002/ets2.12023

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