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WCPSS
Reading
Assessment
Training
Linking CORE Assessments to the
WCPSS Reading Model
San Diego
Quick Assessment
Vocabulary
Screening
Phonics Survey
Phoneme
Segmentation Test
Phoneme
Deletion Test
MASI-R Oral
Reading Fluency
Measures
Reading Maze
Comprehension Test
•Administration
•Scoring
•Interpretation
Maze
Comprehension
Test
Practice
Scoring
and
Interpretation
Vocabulary
Screening
Scoring
and
Interpretation
MASI-R Oral
Reading Fluency
Measures
Errors…What Counts?
Word is:
•Skipped
•Mispronounced
•Not pronounced correctly
within 3 seconds
•Repeatedly
mispronounced,
each instance
Errors...What Doesn’t Count
Word is:
•corrected within 3 seconds
•pronounced differently due to dialect
•inserted/added words
Let’s Practice Together
Teacher Passage & Directions: 6-C
There are three basic types of snowflakes. The first
type is called “stellar,” and is the one most people
remember. Stellar flakes are feathery with small centers.
They form when it’s not extremely cold and when the clouds are
low and wet. Because they cling together when falling, it
sometimes appears as if they are descending in great, downy
clumps. The second variety of snowflake is called a “plate”
snowflake and this formation appears almost rock-solid in compact
configurations with six clearly seen outer edges. They form
when it’s exceptionally cold and when clouds are elevated and
almost dry. ▲ The final type of snowflake is a combination of the
other two. It has a plate-like center with feathering arms.
9
19
27
39
49
59
69
79
88
98
110
121
Scoring
MASI-R Oral
Reading Fluency Measures
SCORING each passage (pp. 78-79)
- Calculate Rate Correct by
subtracting # of errors from
total # of words read in 1 min.
Rate Correct is Words Correct
Per Minute (WCPM).
- Write this in Rate Correct box
at top of Teacher Passage.
Teacher Passage & Directions:6-C
Rate Correct:
105
There are three basic types of snowflakes. The first
type is called “stellar,” and is the one most people
remember. Stellar flakes are feathery with small centers.
They form when it’s not extremely cold and when the clouds are
low and wet. Because they cling together when falling, it
sometimes appears as if they are descending in great, downy
clumps. The second variety of snowflake is called a “plate”
snowflake and this formation appears almost rock-solid in compact
configurations with six clearly seen outer edges. They form
when it’s exceptionally cold and when clouds are elevated and
almost dry. ▲ The final type of snowflake is a combination of the
other two. It has a plate-like center with feathering arms.
110
- 2
108
- 3
105
Cumulative Words at End of Line
Words Not Read in that Line
Total Words that Student Read
Errors (# of slash marks)
Rate Correct (WCPM)
9
19
27
39
49
59
69
79
88
98
110
121
MASI-R Oral (p. 80)
Reading Fluency Measures
EXAMPLE:
Student’s 3 Scores:
96
95 105
In numerical order:
95
96
105
Interpretation
MASI-R Oral
Reading Fluency Measure
SCORING INTERPRETATION
- Use Norms Table. (p. 80)
- Find row for student’s grade. Use
Grade 8 for HS.
- Locate appropriate column:For HS
we will always use the Spring column
- Determine PERCENTILE based on
Median Score (WCPM).
MASI-R Oral
Reading Fluency Measures
SCORING INTERPRETATION
I
(p. 80)
Look in
row for
Grade 8.
EXAMPLE:
9th grader
Median Score:
96 WCPM
< 10 th Percentile
Look in
column
for
SPRING.
Calculating Accuracy
Rate Correct/WCPM = % Accuracy
Total Words Read
105
108 = 97% Accuracy
*Find Median Accuracy,
may be a different passage than the fluency measure
Your Turn…
San Diego
Quick
Assessment
Scoring
and
Interpretation
Phonics
Survey
(Parts E-L)
Scoring
and
Interpretation

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