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An introduction to consistent reading assessment and the various components of the PM Literacy Assessment Resource.
The third level of analysis – informing your reading instruction.
These video modules will guide teachers through conducting reading assessments, from pre-Level 1, through to post-Level 30. Please complete the video modules in order.
An introduction to conducting pre-Level 1 reading assessments using the PM Literacy Assessment Resource.
An introduction to conducting post-Level 30 reading assessments using the PM Literacy Assessment Resource.
Revisiting the link to formative assessment and the elements we identify when we assess a balanced reader in their ability to decode with fluency and phrasing.
Revisiting the link to formative assessment and the elements we identify when we assess a balanced reader in their ability to comprehend the text.
Introducing the PM Story, colour bands, recommended reading levels and the levels of text.
Examining the literacy demands of the levels and using the annotated texts for assessment and planning.
Understanding the four steps in the benchmarking process.
Understanding the importance of step one.
Getting ready to undertake analysis.
The first level of analysis – the summative level.
The second level of analysis – what is MSV?
The second level of analysis – undertaking MSV analysis.
Linking your assessment to explicit reading instruction.