Handbook of Reading Assessment

ISBN-10: 0205531776

ISBN-13: 9780205531776

Edition: 2008

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Comprehensive, readable, and filled with numerous authentic examples,TheHandbook of Reading Assessmentaddresses the continuum of reading assessments from informal, classroom-based to high-stakes formal testing. nbsp; Separate chapters focus on informal classroom based assessment, progress monitoring, individual norm-referenced assessment, and group norm-referenced or lsquo;high-stakesrsquo; testing. In-service teachers, reading specialists, and school psychologists
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Book details

List price: $70.20
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/1/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 360
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

Educators Speaking the Same Language
Inclusive Coverage of Reading Assessment
Assessment of Reading: the Context
Teachers in Action
Meet Lesa Crockett
Meet Greg Haywood
Meet Harley Charles
Meet Maria Sanchez
What is the Role of Assessment in Instruction?
What Do Teachers Need to Know About Reading Assessment?
Purposes of Assessment
Instructional Planning
Progress monitoring
Eligibility for Special Education Services
What is Reading?
What Are the Critical Areas of Reading?
What is the Multitiered Model of Instruction?
What is Scientifically-Based Research in Reading?
Appreciating Effective Research
Peer-Reviewed Journals
Reviewing and Using Evidence Based Research Findings
What is a ldquo;true experimentalrdquo; design?
What is a ldquo;quasi-experimentalrdquo; design?
What is a correlational design?
What is a single subject design?
Quantitative versus qualitative research
What is a qualitative case study?
What is Action Research?
How Does Scientifically-based Research Help Teachers in the Classroom?
What are the Reading Wars and How are They Related to Assessment?
What are the Major Types of Assessment?
Nature of Reading
Historical Context for Models of Reading
Developmental Models of Reading
Challrsquo;s Stage Model of Reading
Spear-Swerling and Sternberg Model of Reading
Frithrsquo;s Developmental Phase Model
Adamrsquo;s Cognitive Model of Reading
Information Processing Model of Reading
What is the Relationship Between Reading and IQ?
Transactional View of Reading
Speaking, Reading, and Writing
An Inclusive View of Reading
How Do We Know if a Student Has a Reading Disability?
How do We Distinguish English Language Learning Challenges from Disabilities?
Low Literacy Adults
The Literacy Instruction Pie
Using Knowledge of Reading to Understand Reading Assessment
Informal Assessment: Informing Instruction
Observation and Interview
Teacher-Made and Teacher-Selected Curriculum-Related Assessment
Specific Skills Assessments
Error Analysis
Informal Reading Inventories
Getting Started with the IRI
Quantitative Analyses of IRIs
Qualitative Analyses of IRIs
Abbreviated Assessment with IRIs
Using IRIs to Assess Listening Comprehension
Teacher-Made IRIs
Limitations of IRIs
Running Records
Curriculum Based Assessment
Using Teacher-Constructed CBM to Assess Reading
Portfolio Assessment
Readability &nbs
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