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QRI Reading Assessment
Transcript of QRI Reading Assessment
2. Guided Reading levels are different then Lexile
levels and QRI levels.
3. We will continue to learn more about Guided
Reading levels at another time.
4. Most important: You will receive a Guided Reading
Level and all running records given last year. What Does that Mean? 1. We will be offering more professional development
on Guided Reading and how to keep Running Records.
2. We need to keep that in mind as we learn how to
assess using the QRI.
3. You will know exactly where your students left
off at the end of last year, and where to pick up
this year! What is the QRI? Why do we use it? 1. Contains narrative/expository texts at levels
pre-primer to high school
2. Measures comprehension through: retelling, use of look backs, think alouds at higher levels.
3. Also helps you learn the reader's reading behaviors.
4. Provides a number of assessment options including: word identification, fluency, comprehension
5. It can assess listening, oral and silent reading behaviors When Should I use the QRI? 1. When the Running Records do not give you enough information
2. When identifying a reader's reading behaviors
3.When a student is struggling with reading in
4. Until trained in Running Records, you need a
5. Running Records only assess Narrative reading. Materials you need: Student Copies, examiner Copies, pencils, stop watch, audio recorder (optional) Works Cited Leslie, L., & Caldwell, J. S. (2010). Qualitative reading inventory (5th ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon. Step 1: Word Fluency Step 2: Choose Passage Start 2 Levels below grade level.
Move up if Independent. Move down if instructional or frusturational. Passage is chosen based on Word Level Step 3: Prior Knowledge Step 4: Student Reads, You Record Pre-P thru 5 aloud, 6 and higher to self, you can have students read parts aloud and parts to self Step 5: Determine Level If student scores independent or instructional move up. By the end you should have a frustrational, instructional and independent level Step 6: Assess Comprehension through Recall Step 7: Assess Comprehension through Look-Backs Step 8: Repeat on new level as necessary