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The essential cognitive elements of the reading process have been outlined in the Cognitive Framework of Reading.
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Phonemic-Awareness Skills Screening (PASS)
Author: Linda Crumrine and Helen Lonegan
Date Published: 2000
|To Purchase this assessment, you must contact the publisher.|
|ProEd Publishing Co.
8700 Shoal Creek Blvd.
Austin, TX 78757-6897
|Time to administer
||Approximately 15 minutes|
|Rhyming — There are two parts to this subtest — recognizing and producing rhyme. In recognizing rhyme, the student identifies which two of three words rhyme. In producing rhyme, the student simply generates a word that rhymes with a specified word. |
Sentence segmentation — After a sentence is read aloud, the student must indicate how many words are contained in the sentence.
Blending — Words are spoken aloud with pauses inserted between syllables, onset-rimes, or phonemes. The student must blend the word together.
Syllable segmentation — Multi-syllable words are spoken aloud for the student, and the student must indicate the number of syllables contained in the word by clapping.
Deletion — A word is spoken aloud to the student, and then the student must pronounce the word omitting a certain segment of the word. The segment to be omitted in each item is either a syllable, the initial phoneme or the final phoneme.
Phoneme isolation — There are three parts to this subtest — in each part, the student must identify a specified phoneme contained in a word. For the first part, the student must identify the initial phoneme; for the second part the student must identify the final phoneme, and for the third part, the student must identify the medial phoneme.
Phoneme segmentation — Words are spoken aloud to the student, and the student must repeat each word with a pause inserted between each phoneme.
Substitution — A word is spoken aloud for the student, and then the student is instructed to replace a specified phoneme with a new phoneme (e.g., replace the /k/ in KID with the phoneme /h/).
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|This is a criterion referenced assessment in that a cutoff score is provided to indicate whether children in kindergarten and first grades are needing more support developing skills in each area. The cutoff scores were determined using a sample of 166 students.|
||Guidelines and tips for instructional activities are provided for each of the areas assessed by the subtests to help teachers address instructional needs identified by each subtests within the assessment.|
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