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Woodcock-Johnson III Reports, Recommendations, and Strategies

ISBN-10: 0471419990
ISBN-13: 9780471419990
Edition: 2nd 2002 (Revised)
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List price: $107.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 5/2/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 528
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.992
Language: English

A one-of-a-kind resource for evaluators using the Woodcock-Johnson III The Woodcock-Johnson III is one of the most widely used instruments for assessing both cognitive abilities and achievement in children and adolescents. Woodcock-Johnson III: Reports, Recommendations, and Strategies is the only reference to provide valuable guidelines for preparing useful recommendations and writing effective, descriptive psychological and educational reports based on WJ III scores, tasks analysis, and error patterns. Featuring the most up-to-date information available on the WJ III, this essential resource offers an overview of the WJ III scores and interpretive information, along with a review of the clusters, and tests. Numerous examples of diagnostic reports that depict a variety of common student learning problems are included, illustrating applications of the WJ III in both educational and clinical settings. Drs. Nancy Mather and Lynne Jaffe also provide a wide variety of educational recommendations, along with summaries of proven methods and techniques for implementing successful examiner recommendations, which can easily be attached to a report. WJ III examiners will find this volume invaluable in preparing psychoeducational reports about children's abilities, and teachers and educational therapists will find it helpful in converting recommendations into measurable goals and objectives for monitoring students' progress.

WJ III Descriptive and Interpretive Information
Sample Score Forms
Woodcock-Johnson III COG: Clusters/Tests Score Form
Woodcock-Johnson III ACH: Clusters/Tests Score Form
Woodcock-Johnson III COG: Cluster Descriptions and Scores
Woodcock-Johnson III ACH: Cluster Descriptions and Scores
Bell Curve Cluster/Test Comparison Chart
Developmental Band Profile Worksheet--WJ III COG
Instructional Zone Profile Worksheet--WJ III ACH
Average Grade Placement for Age
Score Equivalents and Classification Labels
WJ III COG Construct and Content Coverage
WJ III ACH Construct and Content Coverage
Example Items for the WJ III COG and WJ III ACH
Explanation of WJ III Scores, Interpretive Levels, and Discrepancies
Task Analysis and Comparisons of Selected Tests
Level of Development
W Scores
Age Equivalents
Grade Equivalents
Degree of Proficiency
Relative Proficiency Index
Cognitive-Academic Language Proficiency
Age/Grade Profiles
Comparison with Peers
Percentile Ranks
Standard Scores
Z Scores
Standard Error of Measurement
Discrepancy Terminology
Sample Statements for Reporting Scores and Score Discrepancies
Score Levels Reported in Combination
Level of Development
Peer Comparison
Test Comparisons and Error Pattern Analysis
Tips for Interpretation
Task Analysis and Comparisons of Selected Tests from the WJ III COG and WJ III ACH
Test Names and Abbreviations
Diagnostic Reports
CHC Factors: Descriptors, Possible Performance Implications, and Recommendations
Fluid Reasoning
Visual-Spatial Thinking/Visual Detail
Visual Processing Speed
Nonverbal Learning Disabilities (NLD)
Oral Language
Phonological Awareness
Basic Reading Skills
Reading Comprehension
Basic Writing Skills
Written Expression
Knowledge/Content Areas/Study Strategies
Homework/Time Management/Organization
Attentional Disorders
Behavior Management and Intervention
Social Skills/Self-Esteem
Sensory Impairments
Addition Fact Memorization: Organizational Structures
Anticipation Guide
Addition Fact Chart
Behavior Rating Chart
Behavioral Contracts
Behavioral Interventions for the Whole Class
Carbo Method
Classroom Behavioral Interventions: Issues in Design
Classroom Rules: Guidelines
Cloze Procedure
Cohesive Devices: Types
Collaborative Strategic Reading
Content Area Instruction: Components of Effective Lessons
Context Clues
Directed Reading-Thinking Activity
Directed Vocabulary Thinking Activity
Elkonin Procedure: Adapted
Error Monitoring Strategy
Fernald Method for Reading
Fernald Method for Spelling Instruction
Fernald Method for Reading and Spelling: Modified
Flow List--Sight Words
Flow List--Sight Word/Spelling Flow List
Flow List--Spelling
Glass-Analysis for Decoding Only
Glass-Analysis for Spelling
Instant Words (300)
Great Leaps Reading
Kerrigan's Integrated Method of Teaching Composition
KWLS Strategy
Language Experience for Sight Words: Modified
Math Computation Forms
Math Facts--Instructional Sequence
Math Problem-Solving Strategy
Memory: General Principles for Improvement
Multiplication Fact Chart
Mystery Motivator
Neurological Impress Method
Organization for Effective Instruction
Organization of Materials and Assignments
Phonics Check-Off Chart
Phonogram Activities
PIRATES Test-Taking Strategy
Positive Reinforcers
Precision Requests
Precision Teaching
Precision Teaching Graph
PreReading Plan
Presenting Technique
Principles of Effective Teaching for Students with Learning Difficulties
Reciprocal Teaching
Repeated Readings
Repeated Readings Graph
ReQuest Procedure
ReQuest Procedure--Modified
Self-Management Strategy for Improving Adolescent Behavior
Semantic Feature Analysis: Concepts
Semantic Feature Analysis: Vocabulary
Semantic Maps: Advance Organizers
Semantic Maps: Evaluating/Activating Prior Knowledge
Sight Word Association Procedure
Six Syllable Structures in English
Software Selection Tips
Speed Drills for Reading Fluency and Basic Skills
Spelling: General Teaching Principles
Spelling Rules: 43 Consistent Generalizations about the English Language
SQ3R: Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Review
STORE the Story
Study Guides
"Sure I Will" Program: Increasing Compliance
Talk-to-Yourself Chart
Taped Books
Telling Time Strategy
Token Economy Systems
Touch Math
Transitions Between Activities
Wilson Reading System
Wilson Reading System for Students with Visual Impairments: Adaptation
Word Bank Activities
Writing as a Process
Writing Process with Mapping for Individual Tutoring
Tests Cited Within the Book

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