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Basic Reading Inventory

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Mary Lockman

on 23 March 2011

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Transcript of Basic Reading Inventory

Basic Reading Inventory Uses Validity/ Reliability Issues with Assessment Overview Individually administered informal reading test
Made up of Graded Word Lists and Graded Passages
Assessor is able to make notes on the assessment rubric
Second chances can be given in Word List Section
Comprehension is graded separately from fluency in Passages Section Tests for phonemic awareness, comprehension, phonics, fluency, and vocabulary
For ELLs, uses are the same
Able to test ELLs at ability level rather than at actual grade level
No overt cultural bias in word lists
More cultural bias in stories Only claims to be a reading assessment, and achieves that goal
Reliability is .84 and above on comparisons between three forms of the assessment
Validity is questionable Advanced reading isn't well written or intuitive
Tries hard to use advanced/academic language
Vocabulary isn't actually tested
Unless we test vocabulary along with words, Word List is only testing phonemic awareness and is very limited
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