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Elisabet Gmez

Ilsia Gonzlez
Nancy Quezada

Reading" is the process of looking at a series


of written symbols and getting meaning from
them. When we read, we use our eyes to
receive written symbols (letters, punctuation
marks and spaces) and we use our brain to
convert them into words, sentences and
paragraphs that communicate something to us.

Identify the words in print a process called word


recognition.
Construct an understanding from them a process
called comprehension.
Coordinate identifying words and making meaning so
that reading is automatic and accurate an
achievement called fluency.

Reading assessments are


used for many purposes

Reading Proficiency assessment


(standardized testing)
Assessment of classroom learning

Assessment for Learning


Assessment of curricular effectiveness
Assessment for research purpose

1. Fluency and reading speed


2. Automaticity and rapid word recognition
3. Search processes
4. Vocabulary knowledge

5. Morphological knowledge

6. Syntactic knowledge

7.Text-structure awareness and discourse


organization.
8. Main-ideas comprehension

9. Recall of relevant details


10. Inferences about text information

1. Have students read aloud in class and evaluate


their reading.
2. Keep a record of student responses to
questions in class after a reading.

3. Keep notes on student participation in class


discussions on a reading.
4. Observe what reading material is read during
free reading.

5. Observe how much time students spend on


tasks during free reading.

6. Have students do paired readings and


observe.

7. Observe students reading with an audiotape or


listen to an audiotaped reading.

They are often used to grade


student work but they can
serve
another,
more
important, role as well:
Rubrics can teach as well as
evaluate.

Cloze:
Assessment consisting of a
portion of text with certain
words removed (cloze text),
where the participant is
asked to replace the missing
words.

Gap-Fill
A gap-fill test is an exercise in which
words are removed from a text and
replaced with spaces. The learner has
to fill each space with the missing word
or a suitable word.

Here students need to be short with


their answers or they can answer in
a couple of sentences, with just a
word or phrase, a short numerical
answer, or (occasionally) a simple
graph.

It
is
a
form
of
assessment in which
respondents are asked
to select the best
possible answer (or
answers) out of the
choices from a list.

Provide
respondents
with
beginnings
of
sentences, referred to
as
stems,
and
respondents
then
complete the sentences
in
ways
that
are
meaningful to them.

It consists in matching with


a line the correct answer.

Evaluation of the reach or


advertising effectiveness of
print media in which a subject is
asked to recall advertising
messages
he
or
she
remembers.

Help teachers to observe students performance


While they are reading the teacher can listen the tone
Of the voice, the pronounciation and the comprehension
Of the lecture.

Involve evaluation of student


progress, strengths, and needs
using a systematic and ongoing
collection of students work samples
and different measurements.

In reading, it is used
to record the tone, voice
and the intonation when
Students read.

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