Reading and Language Inventory

Reading and Language Inventory

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The most comprehensive assessment tool of its kind, this diagnostic battery of tests is easy for busy K-12 teachers to administer and to interpret. The inventory measures both literacy and pre-literacy development and is simple and straight forward to administer. The test battery includes student interest inventories, graded word lists, tests for phonemic awareness and phonics, reader's passages for determining reading and listening levels, measures for oral language, visual and auditory discrimination, and writing and arithmetic subtests. It also provides valid, reliable procedures for individual, in-depth assessment and is easily accessible for English Language Learners. The case studies within this text and ancillary videos accompanying this text equip professors with the means to show students how to administer the inventory and identify the struggling more

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  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 203.2 x 271.78 x 12.7mm | 521.63g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Old Tappan, United States
  • Revised
  • 5th Revised edition
  • 0131196170
  • 9780131196179

Table of contents

Part 1: USING THE BADER READING AND LANGAUGE INVENTORY INTRODUCTION Assessment Model Content of the Inventory ADMINISTERING THE INVENTORY Preparation for Using the Inventory Testing Sequences: Flowcharts Getting Optimum Results from Testing SUMMARIZING THE ASSESSMENT DATA Part 2: TEST BATTERY STUDENT PRIORITIES AND INTERESTS Student Priorities I Student Reading Interests Student Priorities II Unfinished Sentences ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING English Language Learning (ELL) Quick Start English Language Learning (ELL) Checklist GRADED WORD RECOGNITION LISTS Graded Word Lists ADULT THEMATIC LISTS USING GRADED READER PASSAGES GRADED BADER PASSAGES Reading and Listening Levels Determining a Starting Point Oral Reading Qualitative Analysis Qualitative Analysis and Instruction Silent Reading and Listening Comprehension Interpreting and Summarizing the Results of the Graded Passages Differences in Word List and Passages Performance Determining Instructional Levels Graded Passages PHONEMIC AWARENESS Rhyme Recognition Initial Phoneme Recognition PHONEMIC MANIPULATION Blending Segmenting LETTER KNOWLEDGE Letter Recognition Letter Identification Letter Writing HEARING LETTER NAMES IN WORDS PHONICS AND STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS TESTS Phonics Test Structural Analysis STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS SPELLING TESTS Administration Interpretation SUMMARIZING STUDENT SPELLING PERFORMANCE COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT AS A BASIS FOR SELECTING A REMEDIAL READING APPROACH DIAGNOSTIC SPELLING TESTS Summary of Spelling Performance VISUAL AND AUDITORY DISCRIMINATION Visual Discrimination Tests Auditory Discrimination Tests PRELITERACY AND EMERGING LITERAY ASSESSMENT Literacy Awareness: Assessment of Beginning Concepts About Print Literacy Concepts-Interview I Litercy Concepts-Interview II Syntax (Word) Matching Snytax Matching Tests SEMANTIC AND SYNTACTIC EVALUATION: CLOZE TESTS Cloze Test for Beginning Readers (Cloze I) Semantic Cloze Test (Cloze II) Semantic Cloze Test (Cloze III) Semantic Cloze Test (Cloze IV) Preliteracy/Emergent Literacy Assessment Record ORAL LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT Evaluation of Expression Oral Language Expression Checklist Evaluation of Oral Language Reception WRITING EVALUATION Handwriting: Writing Letters Handwriting: Writing Words Near- and Far-Point Copying Writing from Dictation Expressing Ideas in Writing Written Language Expression: Children Writing Scale: Adults ARITHMETIC TEST Purpose Administration Scoring and Interpretation Arithmetic Test OPEN-BOOK READING ASSESSMENTS Description Purposes Construction Administration Scoring Analysis Part 3: Recording, Summarizing, Interpreting BACKGROUND INFORMATION: K-12 CHILD'S HOME INFORMATION K-12 SUMMARY ADULT INTAKE INFORMATION ADULT-LEVEL SUMMARY THE ADULT LIFE-ROLE PORTFOLIO USING STANDARDS DOCUMENTS IN PORTFOLIOS CASE STUDY: JACKIE GETTING STARTED Home and Family Resources Ruling Out Problems and Developing a Diagnostic Plan Analyzing Reading Abilities Finding Specific Needs Summarizing the Findings; Making Recommendations Case Analysis Referrals: Case Excerpts Part Four: Development of the Inventory: Validity and Reliability THE GRADED WORD LISTS THE GRADED READING PASSAGES OTHER INVENTORY SUBTESTS AND CHECKLISTSshow more

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