Learning Outcomes and Instruction

The Reading Inventory measures students’ abilities to process texts of increasing levels of complexity. This measure allow for monitoring a child’s progress and growth in reading across the school year and across grade levels. With this information teachers can differentiate and plan efficient and effective instruction for all learners.

Reading Inventory measure a students' reading in the Fall and Spring. It can be used to allocate resources, to engage with families, and to create reading goals for and with students. The practice of assessing student learning is essential for effective instruction and student achievement.

There are two components in the Reading Inventory Assessment:

  1. Genre Interest Survey
  2. Reading Assessment sample item

Additional Information

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This page was last updated on January 10, 2024