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IRI measures: grade level reading, fluency, comprehension, vocabulary, oral reading accuracy

The Informal Reading Inventory is an on-going assessment, and should be completed several
times throughout the child's schooling. If a child is struggling, the inventory should be done
more often in order to have an accurate picture of the child's progress.
Phoneme matching is the ability to identify words that begin with the same sound.
Phoneme isolation is the ability to isolate a single sound from within a word.
Phoneme blending is the ability to blend individual sounds into a word.
Phoneme segmentation is the ability to break a word into individual sounds.
Phoneme manipulation is the ability to modify, change, or move the individual sounds in a
word
Reading Fluency: How many words a child reads correctly in one minute.
Readers Theater – the rehearsing and performing before an audience of a dialogue-rich script
derived from a book.
Repeated Readings – students read the same passage multiple times.
Choral Readings – in unison, students read along as a group with the teacher (or another fluent
reader). Students need to be able to see the same text you are reading. Students should read
the book three to five times total.
Paired Readings – in pairs, students take turns reading aloud to each other. More fluent
readers can be paired with less fluent readers.
Cloze Procedures – words are omitted from a passage, and student “fills” in the blanks
Echo Reading – teacher reads a short segment from a passage/text, and students echo it back
to the teacher.
Story maps – helps student identify story elements.
Graphic Organizers – helps students visually organize information
Directed Reading Thinking Activity – DRTA
Developmental Spelling Assessment – DSA
Phonemic awareness is the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate the individual sounds,
phonemes, in spoken words.
Phonological awareness is a broad term that includes phonemic awareness.
consonant blends – bl, cl, fl, dr, ft, sk, fr, spr, spl
consonant digraphs – sh, ch, th, wh, ng, ph
Vowel diphthongs – ow, ou, oi, oy
Vowel digraphs - A vowel digraph is two vowels or a vowel followed by a “w” that produce one
vowel sound
Vowel digraphs - ai, au, aw, ay, ea, ee, ei, ew, ie, oa, oo, ou, ow
Comprehension Before Activities:
- Brainstorm
- Set questions before reading
- Story words
- Anticipation guides
- Contrast charts
- KWL
- make predictions about the text
- DRTA
Comprehension During Activities:
- Contrast Chart
- KWL
- Character map
- Story map
- Timeline notes
- Summary notes
- Response log

Comprehension After Activities:


- Think, pair, share
- Response paper
- Answer questions set before reading
- Redo anticipation guide
- Plot organizers
- Timelines
- Venn diagrams
- QAR
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https://www.readinga-z.com/learninga-z-levels/level-correlation-chart/
https://www.ets.org/s/praxis/pdf/5306.pdf