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STEP 1: Secure a copy of the submitted Form 1A / 1B

STEP 2: Secure a complete set of the Phil-IRI

Testing Kit:
1.Phil-IRI Manual for Administration
2.Phil-IRI Test Booklets for one-on-one
a. Teacher’s Copy
b. Student’s Copy
3. Phil-IRI Form 3A / 3B: Markahang Papel ng
Panggradong Lebel na Teksto / Grade Level
Passage Rating Sheet (Appendix D1 and D2)
Phil-IRI Form 3A
Phil-IRI Form 3B
4.Phil-IRI Form 4: Talaan ng Indibidwal na Pagbabasa
/ Individual Summary Record (ISR) (Appendix E, pages
7.Recording device
STEP 3: Set Up the Testing Area
1. Secure an area conducive for testing (i.e. well-ventilated,
well-lit and free from distractions)
2. Make sure the testing kit is complete
3. Layout the necessary materials (e.g. booklets, score sheets)

STEP 4: Prepare for Testing

1. Review the procedures for administration and accompanying
2. Determine the kind of test to be administered
a. Oral Reading Comprehension
b. Listening Comprehension
c. Silent Reading Comprehension
3. Determine the Starting Point
STEP 5: Assess Performance
a. Orient the test-taker, establish rapport, and administer the test:
1. Oral Reading Comprehension, or
2. Listening Comprehension, or
3. Silent Reading Comprehension
b. Procedure
1. Ask the motivation and motive questions. The teacher will have
an idea about the prior knowledge of the student on the topic that
s/he will read based on the response to the motivation question. The
response to the motive question will indicate the student’s ability to
make predictions. The teacher may or may not record the student’s
2. Let the pupil read/listen to the selection.
3. After the child has listened to/read the selection, show
the multiple choice items on the student’s booklet. The
student may read the question or the teacher may read it for
him/her and read the options which the test-taker will choose
Ask the child to answer the question by writing the letter of
the option that he/she thinks has the correct answer. Repeat
the process until all questions are answered.
4. If the child answers the question with the response, “I
don’t know,” mark the item on the scoring sheet with an X.
5. If the student asks to go back to the selection to look for
the answer, he/she may do so. If the student is then able to
answer correctly, mark the item on the scoring sheet as
correct and write LB (Looked Back)3.
STEP 6: Report Results
a. Form 3A/3B
1.Fill out all the required student information and test
details in Form 3A / 3B.

2.In Part A of the form, record the time when the student
starts and ends reading the passage. Then, compute the
reading rate (Refer to Section G: Recording the Speed and
Rate in Reading).
If the student is asked to read orally:

3.As the child reads, record the student’s miscues. (Refer

to Table 4 under Section G.)
The Listening Comprehension and Silent
Reading Test

After the administration of the Phil-IRI Oral

Reading Test, the teacher may opt to
administer a Listening Comprehension for
the nonreaders and a Silent Reading Test to
further assess the student’s reading speed
and comprehension. These are, however,
optional activities.
Conducting the Reading Intervention

Based on the reading difficulty of the student, a reading

intervention program is designed for him/her.
Appendix H contains the Handbook on Reading
Intervention. It discusses some cases of different problems
in reading of some pupils and the recommended
intervention. It likewise looks into the behavior of some
readers, as recorded in Table 9 (word-by-word reading,
reading on a monotonous tone, disregards punctuation . . .)
and tries to correct these during the reading intervention.