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Qualitative Reading Inventory-4

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9780205443277

ISBN10:
0205443273
Format:
Spiral Bound
Pub. Date:
1/1/2006
Publisher(s):
Allyn & Bacon
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Summary

The Qualitative Reading Inventory-4 continues to emphasize authentic assessment of children's reading abilities, from the most emergent readers to advanced readers. With expanded coverage of critical areas of assessment, the QRI-4 is a valid research-based measure of reading improvement.

Table of Contents

Preface vi
Introduction to the Qualitative Reading Inventory-4
1(3)
Why Another Informal Reading Inventory? A Research Perspective
4(14)
Early Reading Assessment: A Developmental Perspective
4(2)
Factors Related to Comprehension
6(6)
Factors Related to Word Identification
12(6)
A General Description of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-4
18(6)
The Word Lists
18(1)
The Passages
18(6)
Information Provided by the Qualitative Reading Inventory-4
24(7)
Finding Reading Levels
24(3)
Determining Reader Strengths and Needs
27(1)
Documenting Growth and Change
27(1)
Questions Regarding the Validity and Reliability of QRI-4
28(3)
Uses of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-4: The Examiner as a Reflective Decision Maker
31(11)
Using the QRI-4 to Estimate Reading Level
32(1)
Using the QRI-4 to Determine Reading Level
33(1)
Using the QRI-4 to Indicate Growth
34(1)
Using the QRI-4 for Literacy Portfolios
35(1)
Using the QRI-4 to Match Students to Appropriate Text
36(1)
Using the QRI-4 to Verify a Suspected Problem
37(1)
Using the QRI-4 to Describe Specific Reading Behaviors as a Guide for Intervention Instruction
38(4)
Administration and Scoring of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-4: Preparation for Testing
42(4)
Summary Guidelines for Administration and Scoring
43(3)
Administration and Scoring of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-4: The Word Lists
46(8)
Purposes for Administering the Word Lists
46(1)
Procedures for Administering the Word Lists
47(4)
Procedures for Scoring the Word Lists
51(3)
Administration and Scoring of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-4: Assessment of Prior Knowledge
54(10)
Assessing Prior Knowledge
54(10)
Administration and Scoring of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-4: The Passages
64(8)
Purposes for Administering the Passages
64(1)
Assessment Options
64(2)
General Procedures for Administering the Passages
66(1)
Passage Selection
66(2)
How to Find an Instructional Level
68(4)
Administration and Scoring of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-4: Word Identification in Context: Oral Reading
72(11)
Recording Oral Reading Miscues
72(1)
Counting Oral Reading Miscues
73(5)
Analyzing Oral Reading Miscues: Miscue Analysis
78(3)
Evaluating Automaticity
81(2)
Administration and Scoring of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-4: Comprehension
83(7)
Retelling
83(5)
Questions
88(1)
Criteria for Determining Reading Levels
89(1)
Administration and Scoring of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-4: Assessing Strategic Reading
90(10)
Look-Backs
90(2)
Think-Alouds
92(7)
Assessing Note-Taking Ability
99(1)
Assessing Listening Comprehension
99(1)
Summarizing the Results of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-4
100(6)
Organizing the Data
100(6)
Examples of Using the Qualitative Reading Inventory-4
106(15)
Using the QRI-4 in the Classroom to Estimate Reading Level
106(2)
Using the QRI-4 for Literacy Portfolios
108(2)
Using the QRI-4 to Design Intervention Instruction
110(10)
Using the QRI-4 for Indicating Growth
120(1)
Test Materials
121(319)
Subject Word Lists
122(4)
Examiner Word Lists
126(5)
Pre-Primer-Level Passages
Lost and Found
131(1)
Spring and Fall
132(1)
Who Do I See? (Pictures)
133(5)
Just Like Mom (Pictures)
138(5)
People at Work (Pictures)
143(3)
Examiner Copies
146(10)
Primer-Level Passages
A Trip
156(1)
Fox and Mouse (Pictures)
157(4)
The Pig Who Learned to Read (Pictures)
161(3)
Who Lives Near Lakes? (Pictures)
164(1)
Living and Not Living
165(1)
Examiner Copies
166(10)
Level One Passages
Mouse in a House
176(2)
Marva Finds a Friend (Pictures)
178(3)
The Bear and the Rabbit (Pictures)
181(3)
Air
184(1)
The Brain and the Five Senses (Pictures)
185(1)
Examiner Copies
186(12)
Level Two Passages
What Can I Get for My Toy?
198(1)
The Lucky Cricket (Pictures)
199(4)
Father's New Game (Pictures)
203(3)
Whales and Fish (Pictures)
206(1)
Seasons
207(1)
Examiner Copies
208(15)
Level Three Passages
The Trip to the Zoo
223(1)
A Special Birthday for Rosa
224(2)
The Friend
226(2)
Cats: Lions and Tigers in Your House
228(1)
Where Do People Live?
229(1)
Wool: From Sheep to You
230(1)
Examiner Copies
231(19)
Level Four Passages
Johnny Appleseed
250(1)
Amelia Earhart
251(1)
Tomie dePaola
252(1)
Early Railroads
253(1)
The Busy Beaver
254(1)
Plant Structures for Survival
255(1)
Examiner Copies
256(18)
Level Five Passages
Martin Luther King, Jr.
274(1)
Margaret Mead
275(1)
Patricia McKissack
276(1)
Farming on the Great Plains
277(1)
The Octopus
278(1)
How Does Your Body Take in Oxygen?
279(1)
Examiner Copies
280(21)
Modeling Passage for Think-Alouds
301(1)
The Mining Boom
301(1)
Level Six Passages
Pele
302(1)
Abraham Lincoln
303(1)
The Early Life of Lois Lowry
304(1)
The Lifeline of the Nile
305(1)
Building Pyramids (Think-Aloud Passage)
306(1)
Temperature and Humidity
307(1)
Clouds and Precipitation (Think-Aloud Passage)
308(2)
Examiner Copies
310(29)
Upper Middle School Passages
Literature
Biddy Mason
339(2)
Malcolm X
341(2)
Social Studies
Immigration---Part 1
343(2)
Immigration---Part 2 (Think-Aloud Passage)
345(2)
Science
Life Cycles of Stars---Part 1
347(2)
Life Cycles of Stars---Part 2 (Think-Aloud Passage)
349(2)
Examiner Copies
351(29)
High School Passages
Literature
Where the Ashes Are---Part 1
380(2)
Where the Ashes Are---Part 2
382(2)
Where the Ashes Are---Part 3 (Think-Aloud Passage)
384(2)
Social Studies
World War I---Part 1
386(2)
World War I---Part 2
388(2)
World War I---Part 3 (Think-Aloud Passage)
390(2)
Science
Characteristics of Viruses---Part 1
392(2)
Characteristics of Viruses---Part 2
394(2)
Characteristics of Viruses---Part 3 (Think-Aloud Passage)
396(2)
Examiner Copies
398(42)
Technical Development of the Qualitative Reading Inventory-4
440(39)
The Pilot
441(2)
Development of the Word-Identification Tests
443(2)
Development of the Prior-Knowledge Assessment Tasks
445(3)
Development of the Measures of Comprehension
448(6)
Development of the Think-Aloud Procedure
454(3)
Development of the Passages
457(7)
Rationale for Scoring Oral Reading Miscues
464(1)
Reliability and Validity
465(12)
Using the QRI-4 to Guide Instruction
477(2)
References 479(5)
Index 484


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