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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 easily search for published early reading assessments that specifically test skills and knowledge outlined by the Cognitive Framework of Reading.

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Rigby Reads (Reading Evaluation and Diagnostic System)

Author: Rigby Publishing
Date Published: 2009


To Purchase this assessment, you must contact the publisher.
Harcourt -- Rigby Publishing
http://rigby.hmhco.com/en/readspilot.htm

800-531-5015  

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Time to administer Multiple sessions are encouraged for young children. Overall time varies depending on level and skills assessed
Administration Group
Grades K, 1, 2, 3, and higher
Cognitive elements
supported
Reading Comprehension
Cipher Knowledge
Letter Knowledge
Semantics (Vocabulary and Morphology)
Syntax
Phonological Awareness
Subtests and
skills assessed
Beginning Reader

Visual Discrimination — Student must match pairs of identical upper- and lower-case letters and letter clusters.

Auditory Discrimination — Student must select the picture of an object whose name begins with the same sound (phoneme) as a word spoken by the teacher (e.g. MILK and MAKE). This is a test of phonological awareness.

Letter Recognition — The teacher names a letter, and the student must find that letter in a set of letters.

Sounds-Letters: Consonants — Students must find a written word that begins with the same sound (phoneme) as a picture of on object. This is a test of phonological awareness.

Reading Comprehension: Words — Student must find the word that corresponds to a picture.

Grade 1

Visual Discrimination — Student must match pairs of identical upper- and lower-case letters, letter clusters, and words.

Auditory Discrimination — Student must select the picture of an object whose name begins with the same sound (phoneme) as a word spoken by the teacher (e.g. MILK and MAKE). This is a test of phonological awareness.

Letter Recognition — The teacher names a letter, and the student must find that letter in a set of letters.

Sounds-Letters: Consonants — Students must find a written word that begins with or ends with the same sound (phoneme) as a picture of on object.

Vocabulary in Context — Students read a sentence that is missing a word, and they must choose the best word to complete the sentence.

Reading Comprehension: Words — Student must find the word that corresponds to a picture.

Reading Comprehension: Sentences — Student must find the sentence that best describes a picture.

Reading Comprehension: Stories — Student must read a passage of text and answer explicit and implicit comprehension questions.

Grade 2

Auditory Discrimination — Student must select the picture of an object whose name begins with the same sound (phoneme) as a word spoken by the teacher (e.g. MILK and MAKE). This is a test of phonological awareness.

Visual Discrimination — Student must match pairs of identical upper- and lower-case letters, letter clusters, and words.

Letter Recognition — The teacher names a letter, and the student must find that letter in a set of letters.

Sounds-Letters: Consonants — Students must find a written word that begins with or ends with the same sound (phoneme) as a picture of on object.

Sounds-Letters: Vowels — Students must match two written words based on a common vowel sound.

Vocabulary in Context — Students read a sentence that is missing a word, and they must choose the best word to complete the sentence.

Word Part Clues — Students read a sentence that is missing a word, and they must choose the best word to complete the sentence. The choices provided to fill in the blank differ focus on minor grammatical changes (e.g. TEACHER, TEACHES, TEACHING, or TEACH), and thus, this is a test of syntax knowledge.

Reading Comprehension — Student must find the sentence that best describes a picture. Student must also read passages of text and answer comprehension questions.

Grade 3

Sounds-Letters: Consonants — Students must find a written word that begins with or ends with the same sound (phoneme) as a picture of on object.

Sounds-Letters: Vowels — Students must match two written words based on a common vowel sound.

Vocabulary in Context — Students read a sentence that is missing a word, and they must choose the best word to complete the sentence.

Word Part Clues — Students read a sentence that is missing a word, and they must choose the best word to complete the sentence. The choices provided to fill in the blank differ focus on minor grammatical changes (e.g. TEACHER, TEACHES, TEACHING, or TEACH), and thus, this is a test of syntax knowledge.

Reading Comprehension: Stories — Student must read a passage of text and answer explicit and implicit comprehension questions.
Language(s) tool can
be administered in
English
Score reporting
and test design data
This is a criterion referenced test; no normative data is presented.
Notes Assessments are divided into a "diagnostic test" and an "evaluation test" at each level (except for "beginning reader" which is only a diagnostic. Students who perform well below grade level on the "evaluation test" could be further assessed using the the "diagnostic test." Grading software is available from the publisher. The Rigby Reads assessments are available in grades K - 8. They are purchased in sets of either K-3 or 4-8. Assessments come in two comparable forms (Form A and Form B) so they can be used for pre-test - post-test.
 

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