In one concise volume, Darrell Morris provides a complete tool for assessing students' reading ability. Unlike most informal reading inventories (IRIs), Morris's approach incorporates measures of automaticity (word recognition and fluency) together with oral reading accuracy and comprehension. This results in more efficient, accurate, and thorough assessments. Included are an examiner's manual and all test materials for the basic IRI (grades 2-8) plus a separate beginning reading inventory (grades K-1). In a large-size spiral-bound format for ease of use, the book features more than 90 pages of word/letter lists, illustrated reading passages, and other test materials, all with permission to photocopy. See also Morris's Diagnosis and Correction of Reading Problems, Second Edition, which guides teachers through a comprehensive diagnostic battery for planning instruction and intervention.(Note: Having the cor- rect spelling written beside each error makes this very easy to do.) On the third-grade list, where Jamesa#39;s power score was 70%, he misspelled three words (see Figure 2.6). But notice that in ... lists. From Morris ( 2014).
|Title||:||Morris Informal Reading Inventory|
|Publisher||:||Guilford Publications - 2014-01-01|