How Do Your Kids Do at Reading?

Tucker, David L.; Bakken, Jeffrey P.
July 2000
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p14
Academic Journal
Discusses the link between assessment and instruction as applied to oral reading in elementary students with learning disabilities. Factors affecting how educators teach; Theoretical models of reading; Shift in curriculum-based assessment; Use of miscue analysis to gain insights into the reading process; Development of instructionally relevant, practical assessment in reading. INSETS: First Reader (Brett).;Second Reader (Gary)..


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