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Classroom reading inventory by Warren Wheelock

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Published by McGraw-Hill in New York, NY .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Reading -- Ability testing,
  • Reading (Elementary)

Book details:

Edition Notes

Silvaroli"s name appears first on the earlier edition.

StatementWarren Wheelock, Connie Campbell, Nicholas Silvaroli.
ContributionsCampbell, Connie., Silvaroli, Nicholas.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB1050.46 .S53 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16480595M
ISBN 10007313127X
ISBN 109780073131276
LC Control Number2007047178
OCLC/WorldCa181730602

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Jan 13,  · This is the only reading inventory on the market to offer prospective teachers of preschool through Grade 12 the simple, straightforward miscue analysis method for assessing their pupils' level of competency in reading. Through the use of this inventory, future teachers can determine how to 1) provide students with appropriate reading/instructional materials, and 2) place them into appropriate basal reading programs/5(7). The CRI (Classroom Reading Inventory) is specially prepared for in- and pre-service teachers who have little or no experience with informal reading inventories. It is designed to be administered in. A classic in the field,it is the leading reading inventory text,brief and easy to use in a consumable,spiral-bound format. The CRI (Classroom Reading Inventory) is specially prepared for in- and pre-service teachers who have little or no experience with informal reading inventories. It is designed to be administered in fifteen minutes or less. Jan 31,  · Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle 1/5(1).

Feb 09,  · Classroom Reading Inventory, 12th Edition by Warren Wheelock and Connie Campbell and Nicholas Silvaroli () Preview the textbook Book Edition: The Reading Inventory - Scholastic. Start Simple: Reading Interest Inventory During Readers Workshop time on the first or second day of school, my students complete a survey about themselves as readers. It is enormously helpful, not only to read what they’ve written about themselves, but also to see which questions they struggled over. The teacher library provides an easy way to add, edit & organize titles in your Booksource Classroom library. Students Keep your students engaged by providing them with the books they want to read.

Once students complete a survey, you should examine each inventory, collate the information and file each child’s interests on an index card or data base. With their independent reading level and reading interests now known to you, you have a higher probability of putting a book into their hands that they want to read and can read without. In education, an inventory can be used to monitor classrooms, books, equipment, materials, and other items used in schools. A classroom inventory, as the name suggests, can be either the inventory of things found in a classroom, or a school inventory of the number of classrooms in a school. I first became acquainted with Silvaroli's "Classroom Reading Inventory" while pursuing studies at the now named Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey. My original book was the third edition. The 8th Edition is also well designed and this instrument should be easily and readily mastered by even the most novice of teachers/5(16). Overview This reading inventory resource provides an informal inventory to help identify student reading problems. Split into three forms, the text is flexible, offering information targeted at all levels from pre-school readers to adult education readers.