Reading Comprehension and “Testing” Challenges

Excellent resources from the Reading Sage blogger about Evidence-Based Selected Response Test Qs. EBSR Evidence‐Based Selected Response (EBSR) Multi‐Select Reading Comprehension Test Questions | Ev…

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Reading Comprehension and “Testing” Challenges

Excellent resources from the Reading Sage blogger about Evidence-Based Selected Response Test Qs.

http://reading-sage.blogspot.com/2016/07/ebsr-evidencebased-selected-response.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ReadingSageReviews+%28Reading+Sage+Reviews%29

EBSR Evidence‐Based Selected Response (EBSR) Multi‐Select

Reading Comprehension Test Questions | Evidence-Based Selected Response (EBSR)

“Evidence-Based Selected Response (EBSR) are two-part reading comprehension test items. Students read a paired text or a single passage and choose the best answer from the answer choices. The first part of the questions are usually a tier 3 literary concepts and a clarifying cognitive concept. Students will then be asked to support their answer or extended response with text evidence…..”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Listening and Learning

Reading Sage on Think Alouds From the blog of  The Dyslexic Reading Teacher Sean Taylor,  a teacher whose work I highly respect and value!    Rethinking Ability Groups and Differentiation!    ” Tea…

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Listening and Learning

Reading Sage on Think Alouds

From the blog of  The Dyslexic Reading Teacher Sean Taylor,  a teacher whose work I highly respect and value!

 http://reading-sage.blogspot.com/2016/07/effective-think-aloud-think-aloud.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ReadingSageReviews+%28Reading+Sage+Reviews%29

 Rethinking Ability Groups and Differentiation!

   ” Teachers are trained to use reading assessment data to differentiate and ability group students based on reading comprehension scores, yet many teachers never ability group based on the students listening levels. Many teachers never test the students listening comprehension ability. Why? Basing reading instruction and lessons on grade level reading scores alone is a mistake, student’s grade level listening comprehension levels are a clue to your students’ potential ability….”

 My Experience with Low Reading Scores and High Listening Comprehension!

       “Special educations students like me, that could barely decode at a first grade level in 5th grade, yet I could have easily understood literary concepts many years higher than my grade level. I never had a chance to test my ability and tackle complex literary concepts because I was always in a special education ability grouped reading class (differentiated) my whole public school career!  My education choices were accommodated, modified and differentiated to the point of being mute….”