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Classroom Reading Inventory

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Edition:
12th
ISBN13:

9780078110252

ISBN10:
0078110254
Format:
Spiral Bound
Pub. Date:
2/9/2011
Publisher(s):
McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages

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Summary

Over 40 years ago, the Classroom Reading Inventory was created to the need for a quick, easy-to-use and accurate diagnosis of the reading levels of individual students. This need continues to be critically important today for practicing teachers in the field, pre-service teachers being certified in reading and for graduate students returning to renew and upgrade their state accreditation. The Classroom Inventory is specially prepared for teachers and students with little or no experience with informal reading inventories, making it an excellent text for professors of education responsible for reading and literacy courses. It provides a step-by-step process so that a teacher can administer the inventory in 15 minutes or less to accurately and quickly diagnose a student's reading grade level, listening capacity and individual skills. The Classroom Reading Inventory is a good professional investment for educators. It is an all-in-one assessment kit for all reading levels, and is suitable for administration to both children and adults. Permission is granted to the purchaser to make copies of inventory pages, eliminating the need to reorder assessment forms and making it a relevant and viable diagnosis tool for years of use.

Table of Contents

Preface

Introduction

Conducting The Classroom Reading Inventory

FORM A

USING THE CRI: SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS

PART 1 Graded Word Lists: Subskills Format

PART 2 Graded Paragraphs: Subskills FormatLevels

GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO MISCUE ANALYSIS

Recording Word Recognition Errors

Significant and Insignificant Word Recognition Errors

Marking Word Recognition Errors on Graded Paragraphs

Evaluating Comprehension Responses

Scoring Guide

Quick Reference for Abbreviations

Summary of Specific Instructions

CRI SCORING AND INTERPRETATION

DEMONSTRATION OF THE CRI

Sample CRI Record—Deon

Getting Started—Graded Word Lists

Scoring and Interpretation for Sample CRI—Deon

Getting Started—Graded Paragraphs

Scoring and Interpretation for Sample CRI—Deon

Sample CRI Record—Anna

Getting Started—Graded Word Lists

Scoring and Interpretation for Sample CRI—Anna

Getting Started—Graded Paragraphs

Scoring and Interpretation for Sample CRI—Anna

SUBSKILLS FORMAT FORM A: PRETEST

PART 1 Graded Word Lists

PART 2 Graded Paragraphs

Inventory Record for Teachers

SUBSKILLS FORMAT FORM A: POSTTEST

PART 1 Graded Word Lists

PART 2 Graded Paragraphs

Inventory Record for Teachers

FORM B

USING THE CRI: SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS

Introduction

Prompting and Comfortable Reading Level

Preparing Students for Individual Evaluation

Classroom Environment for Predicting and Retelling

Steps in Predicting and Retelling Preparation Period

Teacher as Model

Summary of Specific Instructions—Form B: Reader Response Format

CRI SCORING AND INTERPRETATION

Getting Started Dialog

Scoring a Student’s Responses

Summary of Specific Instructions

READER RESPONSE FORMAT FORM B: PRETEST

Graded Paragraphs

Inventory Record for Teachers

READER RESPONSE FORMAT FORM B: POSTTEST

Graded Paragraphs

Inventory Record for Teachers

GLOSSARY OF KEY TERMS

GLOSSARY OF BASIC DECODING TERMINOLOGY

INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION KIT



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