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praxis II


Basal Reader Assessments test given on student's text
standardized test test used across variety of schools or situtaions measures knowledge known and aptitude ( predict future performance)
Frye Readability Index informal test, informal reading inventory, miscue analysis
IEP written document developed for each special ed student reviews at least once a year
Informal Reading Inventory provide insight into student's reading level - not specific diagnosis
Miscue analysis whole language test to assess strategies that children use in their reading
cloze procedure strategy to see if reading level is suitable or not, may also check comprehension of text
running record guided reading assessment by taking a running record using a book close to developmental level - record behavior as child reads
Anecdotal record positive toned written record based on child's social emotional, physical, aesthetic, and cognitive development
conferencing participating in conference often on computer not always
journals personal record and reflections
retelling new account or adaptation of story
portfolio personal collection of info documenting learning and achievements
Data Interpretations multiple choice tests, timed writing, portfolio
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