Ch 5 & 10 Vocab
Last Modified: 2011-11-06
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- automatic information processing
- vocal inflections
- everyone reads together
- two groups take turns reading deading passages aloud
- teacher or student reads the passage aloud and everyone else "echos"
- reading different types of texts (narrative, expository, poetic) and different genres (fantasy, science fiction, biography, etc)
- reading words in chunks
progress monitoring assessments
- take place daily and show how students are responding to teaching allowing teachers to make adjustments when needed
- used to place students into preliminary instructional groups based on their general reading abilities and needs
- quick, reliable, and valid
- help to differentiate instruction
- involves the whole class and is meant to survey the reading achievement of the class as a whole
- determines the effectiveness of a reading program by comparing the class to end-of-year benchmarks
- provide in-depth information about each student’s strengths and weaknesses
- Students requiring Tier 3 instruction, Title 1 programs, or other types of supplemental instruction often are given this type of assessment for placement or retention in these programs
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