Basic Reading Inventory: Pre-Primer Through Grade Twelve and Early Literacy Assessments

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Basic Reading Inventory: Pre-Primer Through Grade Twelve & Early Literacy Assessments, Eighth Edition, by Jerry L. Johns, contains individually administered informal reading tests used by classroom teachers, students in preservice education, teachers taking introductory and advanced reading courses, reading specialists, Title I teachers, learning disability teachers, tutors, teacher aides, school psychologists, and school systems that offer...
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Overview

Basic Reading Inventory: Pre-Primer Through Grade Twelve & Early Literacy Assessments, Eighth Edition, by Jerry L. Johns, contains individually administered informal reading tests used by classroom teachers, students in preservice education, teachers taking introductory and advanced reading courses, reading specialists, Title I teachers, learning disability teachers, tutors, teacher aides, school psychologists, and school systems that offer inservice work in reading assessment.

Features new to this edition:

  • Each book contains a multimedia CD-ROM that has video clips demonstrating administration of a reading inventory. The Record Booklets are also on the CD-ROM.
  • Form B contains new graded passages ranging from the beginning stages of reading through grade 8
  • Informal miscue tally for each passage

Basic Reading Inventory: Videotape is a professional full color videotape designed to train teachers, prospective teachers, aides, diagnosticians, and other professionals. Perfect for staff development workshops, it demonstrates a teacher administering the Basic Reading Inventory to a student.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780787258320
  • Publisher: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 6/1/2001
  • Edition description: 8
  • Edition number: 8
  • Pages: 542

Table of Contents


About the Author xi
List of Figures and Tables xiii
Preface to the Eighth Edition xv
Acknowledgments xvii
Part One
Basic Reading Inventory Manual
Section 1 Overview 3
Helping Teachers Make Instruction
Different 4
Components of the Basic Reading
Inventory 4
Purposes of the Basic Reading
Inventory 7
Background Information on Reading Levels and the Listening Level 7
Preparation for Assessment 11
Overview of Administration and Scoring Procedures 12
How to Use This Manual 14
Guide to Understanding Basic Reading Inventory 15
Questions to Aid Understanding of the Basic Reading Inventory 15
Section 2 Administration and Scoring Procedures 19
Establishing Rapport and Gaining
Insights 20
Graded Word Lists 21
Graded Passages 23
Determining Reading Levels-Graded Passages 30
Rate of Reading 36
The Listening Level 39
Frequently Asked Questions 42
Section 3 Determining the Student's Three Reading Levels 49
Assimilating Jeff's Results 50
Examples-Bob's and Pablo's Reading Levels 50
Contrasting Examples-Aaron's and Hem's Reading Levels 53
Section 4 Instructional Uses
of Inventory Results 57
Determining Word Identification
Strategies 58
Analyzing Comprehension 69
Integrating the Concept of Engagement 74
Instructional Interventions Grid 75
What Does the Basic Reading Inventory
Do for Your Students? 78
Section 5 Timesaving Administration Procedures 79
Essentials for Assessment 80
Graded Word Lists 80
Graded Passages: Oral Reading and Comprehension 81
Preparing a Summary Sheet 83
Graded Passages: Silent Reading
(Optional) 84
Longer Graded Passages: Forms LN and LE 85
Section 6 Helping Students Monitor Their Reading 87
Scenario 1: The student repeats words, phrases, or sentences 89
Scenario 2: The student waits to be told unknown words 89
Scenario 3: The student produces a nonword or omits unknown words 91
Scenario 4: The student substitutes words that make sense 92
Scenario 5: The student substitutes words that do not make sense 92
Scenario 6: The student habitually tries to sound out unknown words 94
Scenario 7: The student ignores punctuation, adds punctuation, or uses inappropriate intonation 95
Scenario 8: The student overrelies on context while reading 96
Scenario 9: The student's oral reading lacks fluency 97
Section 7 History of the Informal Reading Inventory 99
Beginnings of Informal Assessment 100
Emmett A. Betts: A Biographical Sketch 109
Section 8 Development of the Basic Reading Inventory 111
Basis for the Graded Word Lists 112
Selection of the Graded Word Lists 115
Strengthening the Graded Passages and Comprehension Questions 116
Development of Forms LN and LE 116
Part Two
Basic Reading Inventory Forms
Form A Oral Reading 121
Graded Word Lists (Student Copy) 123
Graded Passages (Student Copy) 129
Performance Booklet (Teacher Copy) 141
Form B Oral Reading 171
Graded Word Lists (Student Copy) 173
Graded Passages (Student Copy) 179
Performance Booklet (Teacher Copy) 191
Form C Optional 221
Graded Word Lists (Student Copy) 223
Graded Passages (Student Copy) 229
Performance Booklet (Teacher Copy) 241
Form D Silent Reading 271
Graded Passages (Student Copy) 273
Performance Booklet (Teacher Copy) 285
Form LN Narrative 309
Graded Passages (Student Copy) 311
Performance Booklet (Teacher Copy) 323
Form LE Expository 347
Graded Passages (Student Copy) 349
Performance Booklet (Teacher Copy) 361
Part Three
Appendices, References, and Index
Appendix A: Early Literacy Assessments 387
Record Booklet (Teacher Copy) 421
Appendix B: Procedures for Eliciting and Evaluating Passage Retellings 437
Retelling Procedure 1 438
Retelling Procedure 2 439
Retelling Procedure 3 440
Retelling Procedure 4 441
Retelling Procedure 5 442
Appendix C: Form E: Extra Passages 443
Appendix D: Summary Sheets 451
Summary of Student's Oral Reading Performance on the Basic Reading Inventory 452
Basic Reading Inventory Miscue Tally and Reading Behavior Summary Charts 453
Qualitative Summary of Miscues on the Basic Reading Inventory 454
Summary of Student's Comprehension Performance on the Basic Reading Inventory 455
Informal Assessment of Comprehension Engagement on the Basic Reading Inventory 456
Basic Reading Inventory Class Summary Chart 457
References 459
Index 469
How to Use the Basic Reading Inventory CD-ROM 473
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