Creating Read Naturally Live Reports

Read Naturally Live and Read Naturally Live–Español reports provide important information to help you monitor the progress of a student or a group of students.

The following Reports can be generated for Read Naturally Live's Sequenced, Idioms, and Phonics levels. The same reports are available separately using student data from the Read Naturally Live–Español application.

Group Reports Student Reports
  • Student Passwords
  • Student Roster
  • Students At-a-Glance
  • Student Level Summary
  • Fluency Graph
  • Comprehension Graph
  • Retell Graph
  • Phonics Word List Graph *
  • Story Details
  • Student Read Naturally Live Placement *

    (* available based on Read Naturally Live's English-language content only)

The Students At-a-Glance report is the most often used report because it provides individual student data needed for checking initial placement and periodically monitoring progress. Use this report to quickly identify students who may not be placed correctly, who may not be making adequate progress in fluency and comprehension, or who may require more of a challenge. These students may require adjustments in their levels, goals, or story options.

Who Can Access Reports?

  • Teachers can create reports for students for whom they are the lead teacher.
  • Account Administrators and School Coordinators can create reports for any student.

How to Generate a Report

  1. From the navigation menu, select Reports.

  2. Choose the Read Naturally Live Reports tile to generate reports based on student activity in Read Naturally Live's English-language content. 
    - or -
    Choose the Read Naturally Live–Español Reports tile to generate reports based on student activity in Read Naturally Live–Español.
  3. Click the name of the report you wish to create.
  4. Sort and Filter the list of students to find the ones for whom you want to generate a report. You can also click the Search by Group menu on the upper right to quickly find students in one of your saved personal groups.
    Some reports involve only a single student. For example, you can generate a Story Details report for one student at a time. Do this by clicking the Generate button in the table for that student.

    Other reports allow you to include multiple students. For those reports, select the list of students by clicking the boxes to the left of their names. Then click the Generate Report for Selected button at the top of the list.
  5. If necessary, select any additional reporting criteria required for the report you selected. (For example, choose the story involved, the dates for the report period, etc.).

  6. Click Generate Report.

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