Assessing Reading: Multiple Measures, Revised 2nd Edition

Assessing Reading: Multiple Measures, Revised 2nd Edition provides a collection of tests for the comprehensive assessment of skills related to reading. These assessments can help identify why a student is having reading difficulty, determine what the next step in instruction should be to remediate that difficulty, and monitor progress throughout the course of instruction.

The majority of the tests are individually administered. New, easier-to-follow instructions are given for the administration and scoring of each test along with reproducible record forms. Interpretation is based on skill mastery and comparison of performance among students in the classroom. Spanish assessments are also included for the early grades, where students may be in bilingual programs.

Assessing Reading: Multiple Measures, Revised 2nd Edition data entry forms are available for download. Save these free PDF forms and use them to track assessment results electronically.

Why You Need This Resource

For educators who are working to improve the reading achievement of both beginning and older struggling readers, Assessing Reading: Multiple Measures, Revised 2nd Edition is an indispensable resource. It is an essential addition to any educator’s personal literacy library—elementary, secondary, university.

What’s Been Revised in This Edition

  • New format with clear instructions for the administration and scoring of the assessments
  • Revisions to some target scores
  • Inclusion of the newest oral reading fluency morms from Hasbrouck and Tindal

Pair Assessing Reading: Multiple Measures with the new 3rd edition of the best-selling Teaching Reading Sourcebook, with a chapter on MTSS for a complete educator toolkit to help all students become strong readers. Save 10% when you buy both books together. 

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