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Ch 4. Oral Reading Assessments

Across
A child is unable to pronounce at least 10 percent of words and score under a 50 percent in comprehension
An assessment that a teacher can utlize while moving student to student
Scores at least a 90 percent on comprehension
Types include omission, substitution, insertion, prompts, reversals, repetitions, and self-corrections
Material is unable to be completed alone but not challenging enough to cause frustration
Determines a child's independent, instructional, and frustration reading levels
The process that helps explain what the reader does correctly with language cues to comprehend text
The highest level a child can comprehend when material is read to them
The range between instructional reading level and frustration levels
Down
Also known as instructional level