Maintaining Records & Reports as a Reading Instructor

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Which is NOT one of the three areas where records and reports are used in a reading classroom?

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1. Which term refers to the evaluation of student ability?

2. What does it mean to use records and reports to help instruction?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The informative multiple-choice questions included on this quiz/worksheet combo are a handy way to check your comprehension of the reports and records maintained as part of the duties of a reading instructor. When you take this quiz, you'll be asked about the term that refers to the evaluation of student ability and also how reports and records are used to help communication.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Take this quiz to see how well you know:

  • The three aspects of a reading classroom in which records and reports are used
  • The term that's related to evaluating student ability
  • What it means to use reports and records to aid instruction and communication
  • The assessment for reading fluency that involves a student reading aloud for two minutes and a teacher keeping track of miscues

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the three areas where reports and records are used in a reading classroom
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on maintaining reports and records as a reading instructor
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer a question about the assessment that includes a student reading out loud for two minutes and a teacher tracking miscues

Additional Learning

Our professionally written lesson called Maintaining Records & Reports as a Reading Instructor is a helpful way to learn more about this subject in greater detail. When you've work through this lesson, you should be ready to:

  • Give some examples of records and reports
  • Explain how a reading instructor can use reports and records to impact instruction
  • Discuss a communication area where reports and records can be helpful
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