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Jennifer Muller

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Transcript of DIBELS

D I B E L S Bringing Assessment to
the 21st Century F.S.F. First. Sound. Fluency.

Students need to repeat the first sound they hear in the word read to them.

i.e. moon .... they should respond 'mmm'

Teacher records response, and they receive full credit, partial credit, or no credit. P.S.F. Phoneme. Segmentation. Fluency.

Students say each sound they hear in the word read to them.

Remember, they are repeating SOUNDS not letters.

i.e. splash = /s/ /p/ /l/ /a/ /sh/ N.W.F. Nonsense. Word. Fluency.

Nonsense words are so important, why?

Students must read the whole nonsense
word through in order to get full credit.
They will get partial credit for correct
sounds. They only receive full credit when
reading the whole word on the first attempt. D.O.R.F. Dibels. Oral. Reading. Fluency.

This is a reading fluency assessment,
assessing how many words a child can
read in 1 minute.

Only mark miscues.

Retell after only tracks how many
words are included in the retell. D.I.B.E.L.S.
Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills
Letter. Name. Fluency.
Students name as many letters as they can by their name .... not their sound. This is the lowest level of the DIBELS assessment. Phonological Awareness

Phonemic Awareness

Phonics Each grade has specific benchmark assessments to judge the students' 'at risk' level. Benchmarks occur
three times a year:
B.O.Y. beginning of year
M.O.Y. middle of year
E.O.Y. end of year



GREEN: BENCHMARK As students read, we use the computer to track their progress. 3 second timer each line represents a sound made by the student we keep track
of which
sounds they
get correct, incorrect, or self correct Press and hold on the last letter read when time is up. The blue bar shows the end. Press on a letter twice to show a self-correction Press a letter once when it is read incorrectly or skipped Press on the x when an entire row is skipped L.N.F. full credit
for first sound partial credit for
beginning sounds no credit for any
other sound given 3 second timer next word FSF is the only assessment that we can give credit for the best answer given 3 second timer next word each line represents sound
made by student in order press an x to
delete mark PSF receives points
based on last
response given mag
ket 3 second timer next word whole word read word tracker lines track
student attempts NSW only gets full
credit for whole
word read press once
for miscue press twice
for a self correction press and
hold on
the last
word read
when the
time is up press the
x for a
skipped line the runner
tracks the
progress Phonemic Awareness

The ability to recognize, produce, and manipulate sounds in spoken language.

Refer to page 77 in
DIBELS manual Phonics

matching letters
to their sounds Phonological
Awareness Each DIBELS assessment is
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