Reading Assessment Database: Search Results
The essential cognitive elements of the reading process have been outlined in the Cognitive Framework of Reading.
To assist educators in organizing their assessment practices around the cognitive framework, we've created a way to
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Cognitive Framework of Reading.
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Reading Inventory for the Classroom (RIC) & Tutorial Audiotape Package- 5th Edition
Author: Sutton E. Flynt and Robert B. Cooter
Date Published: 2004
|To Purchase this assessment, you must contact the publisher.|
|Pearson Education -- Merrill Printice Hall
||$39.68 for book (and all needed materials) and tutorial audiotape|
|Time to administer
||Pre-K, 1, 2, 3, and higher|
|Silent reading Comprehension — Student reads passages of text and answers explicit comprehension questions. |
Oral Reading and Analysis of Miscues — Student must read a passage of text aloud accurately. Teacher monitors and makes note of any error or "miscue." Guidance about word-attack behaviors, cueing systems, and fluency is provided.
Listening Comprehension — Students listen to short passages read aloud by the teacher and demonstrate comprehension.
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|This is a criterion-referenced assessment — no normative data is provided. The book provides score sheets that the teacher completes on each student as they administer the inventory.|
||The inventory begins with an Interest/Attitude interview one for primary-level and one for upper-level students. The assessment portion of the inventory is divided into five forms: A, B, C, D, and E. Each of Forms A, B, C, and D includes three sections: sentences to determine the initial starting point (i.e., passage selection), the reading passages, and matching assessment protocols. Form E is only used with students who read at the upper high school levels. In Forms A, B, C, and D - the section entitled, "Sentences for Initial Passage Selection" ranges from Level 1 through Level 9 (If students do not perform well on the Level 1 sentences, you can administer the Preprimer and Primer passages). All passages are leveled such that Level PP corresponds to beginning first-grade reading difficulty and Level 12 corresponds to 12th-grade difficulty. RIC reading levels can be translated into Guided reading levels. A Spanish version of this assessment is also available.|
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