2 edition of Right to read assessment and planning handbook. found in the catalog.
Right to read assessment and planning handbook.
United States. Office of Education.
by for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||80|
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Elements of an Effective Assessment Plan A quick screening of reading skills at the beginning of the year A method for monitoring growth in reading skills An efficient process for conducting diagnostic assessments, and A way to assess end-of-year status in the major areas of reading.
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Charts are provided to aid in the following processes: gathering data about the population served; assessing the current reading program and assigning priorities for improvement; comparing the current reading program to desired Author: Elisabeth Schlaefle, Shirley Ernst.
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Using an Assess-Decide-Guide framework, Richardson and Walther take teachers step-by-step through the assessment process, and then offer clear suggestions about how to use the data to form guided reading groups, plan and teach effective lessons, and move students into more challenging texts.
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