Diagnostic and Mastery Assessment in Reading (Intensive Intervention in Reading: Module 5)

Diagnostic and Mastery Assessment in Reading (Intensive Intervention in Reading: Module 5)

Module Overview

This module provides an overview of diagnostic assessments, using error analysis with CBMs, developing and using curriculum-based assessments (CBAs), and integrating diagnostic and progress monitoring data to inform instructional adaptations.

This module is divided into four parts with an introduction and closing. A 508 compliant version of the full PowerPoint presentation across all parts of the module, a version of the PowerPoint that includes all the animations, and a workbook is available below.

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Introduction

This part provides an overview of the module including objectives for parts 1-4 and includes a short workbook activity.

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Part 1: Diagnostic assessment

This part describes how to identify and teach specific reading skills or strategies and includes a short quiz and writing activity.

 

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Part 2

The content originally included in Module 5, Part 2, was determined to be inessential for meeting the goals of Module 5 and redundant with information in other modules.

 

Part 3: Curriculum-based assessment (CBA)

This part describes how to create and implement CBA probes to help refine instructional focus and review student assessment performance. An application activity is included to practice developing CBA probes.

 

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Part 4: Integrating diagnostic and progress monitoring data to inform instruction

This part explains how to use diagnostic data to inform content of instructional adaptations. It includes a short writing activity.

 

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Closing: What are the next steps?

This concludes Module 5 with a summary of key points and a classroom application activity. .

 

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