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Basic Reading Inventory : Pre-Primer Through Grade Twelve and Early Literacy Assessments,9780757518423

Basic Reading Inventory : Pre-Primer Through Grade Twelve and Early Literacy Assessments

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9th
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9780757518423

ISBN10:
0757518427
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
2/28/2005
Publisher(s):
Kendall/Hunt Publishing
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    Basic Reading Inventory: Pre-Primer through Grade Twelve and Early Literacy Assessments




Summary

CD-ROM includes video demonstrations of the Basic reading inventory with a teacher and student, and software for recording and analysing scores.

Table of Contents

List of Figures and Tables
xi
About the Author xiii
Acknowledgments xv
Preface xvi
Personal Note about New DVD xvii
Part 1 Basic Reading Inventory Manual
1(136)
Section 1 Overview
3(16)
Helping Teachers Make Instruction Responsive
3(1)
Components of the Basic Reading Inventory
4(3)
Purposes of the Basic Reading Inventory
7(1)
Background Information on Reading Levels and the Listening Level
7(4)
Preparation for Assessment
11(1)
Brief Overview of Administration and Scoring Procedures
12(3)
How to Use This Manual
15(1)
Guide to Understanding the Basic Reading Inventory
15(1)
Questions to Aid Understanding of the Basic Reading Inventory
15(4)
Section 2 Administration and Scoring Procedures
19(32)
Establishing Rapport and Gaining Insights
20(1)
Graded Word Lists
20(4)
Graded Passages
24(6)
Determining Reading Levels---Graded Passages
30(7)
Rate of Reading
37(4)
The Listening Level
41(3)
Frequently Asked Questions
44(7)
Section 3 Determining the Student's Three Reading Levels
51(10)
Assimilating Jeff's Results
51(1)
Examples: Reading Levels for Bob and Pablo
52(2)
Contrasting Examples: Reading Levels for Aaron and Hem
54(2)
Practice Exercises in Determining Reading Levels
56(5)
Section 4 Instructional Uses of Inventory Results
61(34)
Determining Word Identification Strategies
62(10)
Analyzing Comprehension
72(5)
Integrating the Concept of Engagement
77(1)
Fluency Considerations
78(2)
Instructional Interventions Grid
80(2)
Targeting Instruction for Clusters of Struggling Readers
82(7)
Using One Reader at a Time with the Basic Reading Inventory
89(4)
What Does the Basic Reading Inventory Do for Your Students?
93(2)
Section 5 Timesaving Administration Procedures
95(6)
Essentials for Assessment
95(1)
Graded Word Lists
96(1)
Graded Passages: Oral Reading and Comprehension
97(1)
Preparing a Summary Sheet
98(1)
Graded Passages: Silent Reading (Optional)
99(1)
Longer Graded Passages: Forms LN and LE
100(1)
Section 6 Helping Students Monitor Their Reading
101(12)
Scenario 1: The student repeats words, phrases, or sentences
102(1)
Scenario 2: The student waits to be told unknown words
102(2)
Scenario 3: The student produces a nonword or omits unknown words
104(1)
Scenario 4: The student substitutes words that make sense
105(1)
Scenario 5: The student substitutes words that do not make sense
105(2)
Scenario 6: The student habitually tries to sound out unknown words
107(2)
Scenario 7: The student ignores punctuation, adds punctuation, or uses inappropriate intonation
109(1)
Scenario 8: The student overrelies on context while reading
110(1)
Scenario 9: The student's oral reading lacks fluency
110(3)
Section 7 History of the Informal Reading Inventory
113(12)
Historical Perspective
114(8)
Emmett A. Betts: A Biographical Sketch
122(3)
Section 8 Development of the Basic Reading Inventory
125(12)
Basis for the Graded Word Lists
125(3)
Selection of the Graded Word Lists
128(1)
Reliability Studies of the Word Lists
129(3)
Strengthening the Graded Passages and Comprehension Questions
132(1)
Development of Forms LN and LE
132(1)
Development of Form E and New Pre-Primer Levels
133(1)
Reliability Studies
134(3)
Part 2 Basic Reading Inventory Forms and Performance Booklets
137(324)
Form A Oral Reading
139(54)
Graded Word Lists (Student Copy)
141(8)
Graded Passages (Student Copy)
149(12)
Performance Booklet (Teacher Copy)
161(32)
Form B Oral Reading
193(54)
Graded Word Lists (Student Copy)
195(8)
Graded Passages (Student Copy)
203(12)
Performance Booklet (Teacher Copy)
215(32)
Form C Oral Reading (Expository)
247(54)
Graded Word Lists (Student Copy)
249(8)
Graded Passages (Student Copy)
257(12)
Performance Booklet (Teacher Copy)
269(32)
Form D Silent Reading
301(40)
Graded Passages (Student Copy)
303(12)
Performance Booklet (Teacher Copy)
315(26)
Form E Oral Reading (Expository)
341(40)
Graded Passages (Student Copy)
343(12)
Performance Booklet (Teacher Copy)
355(26)
Form LN Narrative
381(40)
Graded Passages (Student Copy)
385(12)
Performance Booklet (Teacher Copy)
397(24)
Form LE Expository
421(40)
Graded Passages (Student Copy)
425(12)
Performance Booklet (Teacher Copy)
437(24)
Part 3 Early Literacy Assessments
461(52)
Overview
462(1)
Alphabet Knowledge
Teacher Directions
463(1)
Student Copy
464(1)
Writing
Teacher Directions
465(1)
Literacy Knowledge
Teacher Directions
466(1)
New Shoes Booklet
467(14)
Wordless Picture Reading
Teacher Directions
481(1)
Student Copy
482(2)
Caption Reading
Teacher Directions
484(1)
Student Copy
485(1)
Auditory Discrimination
Teacher Directions
486(1)
Phoneme Awareness (Spelling)
Teacher Directions
487(1)
Phoneme Segmentation
Teacher Directions
488(1)
Basic Word Knowledge
Teacher Directions
489(1)
Student Copy
490(1)
Pre-Primer Passages
Teacher Directions
491(1)
Student Copy
492(3)
Record Booklet
Teacher Copy
495(18)
Part 4 Appendices, References, and Index
513(2)
Appendix A Procedures for Eliciting and Evaluating Passage Retellings
515(6)
Retelling Procedure 1---Narrative Passages
516(1)
Retelling Procedure 2---Comprehension
517(1)
Retelling Procedure 3---Story Structure
518(1)
Retelling Procedure 4---Expository Passages
519(1)
Retelling Procedure 5---Narrative and Expository---Holistic Approach
520(1)
Appendix B Form X: Extra Passages
521(8)
Appendix C Summary Sheets
529(10)
Miscue Summary Sheet for Forms LN and LE
531(2)
Summary of Student's Oral Reading Performance on the Basic Reading Inventory
533(1)
Miscue Tally and Reading Behavior Summary Charts on the Basic Reading Inventory
534(1)
Qualitative Summary of Miscues on the Basic Reading Inventory
535(1)
Summary of Student's Comprehension Performance on the Basic Reading Inventory
536(1)
Informal Assessment of Comprehension Engagement on the Basic Reading Inventory
537(1)
Class Summary Chart on the Basic Reading Inventory
538(1)
References 539(10)
Index 549


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