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  • 1. Types of Assessment in the RtI Process Universal Screeners (Tier I) Diagnostic Assessments (Tier II and Tier III) Benchmark (Tier I)
  • 2. Universal Screener
    • Given to all students at the beginning of the year
    • Identifies the bottom 20-25% of students that we need to be concerned about
    • Of those students Title will serve the lowest
    • Classroom teachers will work with the rest of the students that were identified for 6-8 weeks then follow up with diagnostic assessments to see if they are still a concern and possible entry into Title.
  • 3. Universal Screeners in Shoreline S.D. ISF -Initial Sound Fluency LNF -Letter Naming Fluency PSF - Phoneme Segmentation Fluency NWF -Nonsense Word Fluency ORF -Oral Reading Fluency CORE -Phonics Survey Dibels (ORF), SRI, CORE J Sixth Grade Dibels (ORF), SRI, CORE I Fifth Grade Dibels (ORF), SRI, CORE H Fourth Grade Dibels (ORF), SRI, CORE G Third Grade Dibels NWF, ORF, CORE A-F Second Grade Dibels LNF, PSF, NWF First Grade Dibels ISF, LNF Kindergarten
  • 4. Diagnostic Assessments
    • Used to pinpoint the area(s) where the student needs intervention
    • Depending on the area of weakness, classroom teachers prescribe interventions that directly target weak areas, such as fluency, phonics acquisition, phonemic awareness, comprehension, vocabulary.
  • 5. Diagnostic Assessments
    • Phonemic Awareness (Blending and Segmenting)- Yopp-Singer Test of Phoneme Segmentation, CORE, DIBELS
    • Phonics, Decoding, Spelling- Basic Phonics Assessment, Primary Spelling Inventory, Gentry‚Äôs Monster Spelling Inventory, CORE, and DIBELS
    • Word Recognition/ Vocabulary- San Diego Quick, Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test, Critchlow Verbal Language Scale
    • Fluency- QRI, DRA, DIBELS
    • Comprehension- QRI, DRA
    • QRI - Qualitative Reading Inventory DRA -Developmental Reading Assessment
  • 6. Diagnostic Assessments
    • For grades 1-3 diagnostic testing is in the following order:
    • Phonemic Awareness/Phonics
    • Word Recognition/Vocabulary
    • Fluency
    • Comprehension
    • For grades 4-6 diagnostic testing is in the following order:
    • Comprehension
    • Fluency
    • Word Recognition/Vocabulary
    • Phonics
    • Phonemic Awareness