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Qualitative Reading Inventory, II,9780673990860

Qualitative Reading Inventory, II

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780673990860

ISBN10:
0673990869
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/1995
Publisher(s):
Allyn & Bacon
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Summary

This text provides an informal reading inventory designed to assess reading ability at emergent through middle school levels.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Section 1 Introduction to the Qualitative Reading Inventory-II 1(2)
Section 2 Why Another Informal Reading Inventory? A Research Perspective 3(9)
Early Reading Assessment: A Developmental Perspective
3(2)
Factors Related to Comprehension
5(4)
Factors Related to Word Identification
9(3)
Section 3 A General Description of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-II 12(4)
The Word Lists
12(1)
The Passages
12(4)
Section 4 Information Provided by the Qualitative Reading Inventory-II 16(4)
Finding Reading Levels
16(2)
Determining Reader Strengths and Needs
18(2)
Section 5 Uses of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-II The Examiner as a Reflective Decision Maker 20(8)
The Classroom Teacher
21(3)
The Reading-Assessment Specialist
24(4)
Section 6 Administration and Scoring of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-II Preparation for Testing 28(2)
Section 7 Administration and Scoring of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-II The Word Lists 30(8)
Purposes for Administering the Word Lists
30(1)
Procedures for Administering the Word Lists
31(2)
Procedures for Scoring the Word Lists
33(5)
Section 8 Administration and Scoring of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-II Assessment of Prior Knowledge 38(6)
Assessing Prior Knowledge
38(6)
Section 9 Administration and Scoring of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-II The Passages 44(7)
Purposes for Administering the Passages
44(1)
Assessment Options
45(1)
General Procedures for Administering the Passages
46(1)
Passage Selection
47(1)
How to Find an Instructional Level
48(3)
Section 10 Administration and Scoring of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-II Word Identification in Context: Oral Reading 51(9)
Recording Oral Reading Miscues
51(1)
Counting Oral Reading Miscues
52(4)
Analyzing Oral Reading Miscues: Miscue Analysis
56(3)
Evaluating Automaticity
59(1)
Section 11 Administration and Scoring of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-II Comprehension 60(5)
Retelling
61(2)
Questions
63(1)
Criteria for Determining Reading Levels
64(1)
Section 12 Administration and Scoring of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-II Assessing Strategic Reading 65(4)
Look-Backs: Locating Answers to Explicit Questions
66(1)
Look-Backs: Arriving at Answers to Implicit Questions
66(1)
Look-Backs: Assessing Student Awareness of Comprehension Roadblocks
66(1)
Look-Backs: Assessing Vocabulary Knowledge
66(1)
Using a Think-Aloud Procedure to Assess Comprehension
67(1)
Assessing Note-Taking Ability
67(1)
Assessing Use of Context
67(1)
Assessing Listening Comprehension
68(1)
Section 13 Summarizing the Results of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-II 69(6)
Organizing the Data
69(6)
Section 14 Examples of Using the Qualitative Reading Inventory-II 75(14)
Using the QRI-II in the Classroom to Estimate Reading Level
75(2)
Using the QRI-II for Reading Portfolios
77(1)
Using the QRI-II for Planning Intervention Instruction
78(11)
Section 15 Test Materials 89(204)
Subject Word Lists
90(4)
Examiner Word Lists
94(5)
Pre-primer Level Passages
99(15)
Lost and Found
99(1)
Just Like Mom (Pictures)
100(5)
People at Work (Pictures)
105(3)
Examiner Copies
108(6)
Primer Level Passages
114(14)
A Trip
114(1)
The Pig Who Learned to Read (Pictures)
115(3)
Who Lives Near Lakes?
118(1)
Living and Not Living
119(1)
Examiner Copies
120(8)
Level One Passages
128(17)
Mouse in a House
128(2)
The Bear and the Rabbit (Pictures)
130(3)
Air
133(1)
What You Eat
134(1)
Examiner Copies
135(10)
Level Two Passages
145(18)
What Can I Get for My Toy?
145(1)
Father's New Game (Pictures)
146(3)
Whales and Fish
149(1)
Seasons
150(1)
Examiner Copies
151(12)
Level Three Passages
163(26)
The Trip to the Zoo
163(1)
The Surprise
164(1)
The Friend
165(2)
Cats: Lions and Tigers in Your House
167(1)
Where Do People Live?
168(1)
Wool: From Sheep to You
169(1)
Examiner Copies
170(19)
Level Four Passages
189(24)
Johnny Appleseed
189(1)
Amelia Earhart
190(1)
Sequoyah
191(1)
The Busy Beaver
192(1)
Saudi Arabia
193(1)
The City of Cahokia
194(1)
Examiner Copies
195(18)
Level Five Passages
213(25)
Martin Luther King, Jr.
213(1)
Christopher Columbus
214(1)
Margaret Mead
215(1)
The Octopus
216(1)
Getting Rid of Trash
217(1)
Laser Light
218(1)
Examiner Copies
219(19)
Level Six Passages
238(25)
Pele
238(1)
Abraham Lincoln
239(1)
Andrew Carnegie
240(1)
Computers
241(1)
Predicting Earthquakes
242(1)
Ultrasound
243(1)
Examiner Copies
244(19)
Junior High Passages
263(30)
Lewis and Clark
263(1)
Ferdinand Magellan
264(1)
Peter the Great
265(1)
Fireworks
266(1)
Diamonds
267(1)
The City of Constantine
268(1)
Examiner Copies
269(24)
Section 16 Technical Development of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-II 293(27)
The Pilot
294(1)
Development of the Word Identification Tests
295(2)
Development of the Prior-Knowledge Assessment Tasks
297(2)
Development of the Measures of Comprehension
299(4)
Development of the Passages
303(6)
Rationale for Scoring Oral-Reading Miscues
309(1)
Reliability and Validity
310(8)
Using the QRI-II to Guide Instruction
318(2)
References 320


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