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Reading Assesment

CSET terms

Alphabet Knowledge Identify and form letters
Concepts about print tests important concepts about books, including the front and back of a book, that print tells the story, the concept of letters, words, and sentences, and that spaces have a purpose.
Phonemic awaremenss Estimates the level of phonemic awarenenss in students
Phonics test test phonics skills that are needed in reading
High frequency work recognition Measures word recognition out of context. Proficient readers can read words in and out of context, and poor readers over-rely on context for decoding. This also assists the teacher in determining a level to start testing in oral reading invetories
Oral reading inventory Graded passages that give an indication of the fluency with which a student is able to read. Also evaluated are accuracy, reading rate, reading level, and comprehension level.
Spelling inventory Through examination of words spelled corrctly and incorrectly, a studen'ts skill can be classifies into develpmental spelling stages, In this way, skill are examined that dirctly tie to reading. This assists in planning appropriate spelling and reading i