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13 Cards in this Set

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1. Begin sentences ___________ below current grade placement.
2 grade levels
2. If a student is in grade 1, 2, or 3 begin ______________.
with level 1 sentences.
3. Students continue reading sets of sentences until _______________.
they miss 2 or more words.
4. The highest level of sentences read with NO errors should be the level _______________.
of the first passage to be read silently by the student.
5. Teacher gives student _____________.
Teacher refers to passage protocol and ___________. Teacher has student read passage silently and tells students that _______________________.
- copy of passage.
- reads background statement.
- he will retell what he has read.
6. Teacher takes passage away and tells student to retell what he/she remembers after silent reading.
o Check off each question that is answered during student retelling.
o Ask remaining questions. Put a (aided) if student answers correctly.
o Put no mark if answer is incorrect, or if the child does not respond.
7. Then have student read same passage orally to the // marker.
Teacher marks miscues.
8. After oral reading of each passage, total errors and decide if
assessment should continue.
9. Continue presenting passages until all 3 levels are determined.
 Easy (Independent)
 Adequate (Instructional)
 Too Hard (Frustration)
o Complete error type/analysis grid (to right of passage) _______.
after assessment session.
o___________ column on the miscue grid is used to reflect on the severity of each miscue in relation to comprehension.
The Meaning Disruption
10. Determining capacity level (listening level)
o Begin with the passage that is one level above the Too Hard level for your student in silent reading.
o Read background statement and passage. Ask questions provided with the passage.
o Continue reading higher level passages until he falls below the criterion.
o The highest level passage to which the student could answer 75% of the questions is considered the student’s listening comprehension level.
Emergent Reader Assessment
1. Use PP and P passages if level 1 passage is too hard.
2. Explain that the 4 pictures tell a story. Ask the student to tell the story try reading the pictures, Transcribe student’s retelling or if student can’t do so have student describe each picture.