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COMPLETE ASSESSMENT SOLUTIONS

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Schoolwide's Complete Assessment Solutions have been carefully designed to help teachers monitor student progress and support effective literacy instruction that meets students' fluid and differentiated learning needs. The data gleaned from these assessments will inform teachers' instructional decisions, such as placing students in appropriate guided reading groups and determining the focus of whole-group, small-group, and individual instruction.

To preview sample pages from the Benchmark Assessment Guide and Forms, Assessment Fundamentals, and more information about Schoolwide's Assessment Solutions, please click here.


WHAT'S INCLUDED IN EACH KIT?

Each Complete Assessment Solution is packaged in an attractive organizer that includes a firm plastic handle and locking lid for convenient transport and accessibility as well as separator tabs that organize the leveled texts, benchmark assessment forms, and other resources.

COMPONENTS:
  • Engaging, authentic leveled texts
  • Benchmark Assessment Guide and Forms:
    • Text-specific running record forms
    • Continuums and rubrics to support analysis of:
         •  Fluency
         •  Comprehension
         •  Metacognition
         •  Word-solving abilities
         •  Critical-thinking skills
  • Assessment Fundamentals: the what, why, and how of ongoing, systematic assessment
  • Digital resources to support whole-class, small-group, and individual instruction

TYPES OF LITERACY ASSESSMENTS

  • Performance-based running records and comprehension assessments mirror real-world literacy tasks as students are asked to read authentic texts and discuss and/or write about their thinking.
  • Diagnostic measures gather additional information about each student's acquisition of important literacy skills and strategies that inform their reading performance (e.g., word knowledge, phonological awareness, phonics skills).
  • Invaluable kid-watching tools and student surveys provide further insights about students' literacy habits and understandings.

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