The first page is the scoring page where you will note individual student responses and scores for each area. Students are prompted with additional pages as guidelines to orally give sounds of isolated phonemes (letter combinations or patterns) then to ay words with the phonemes in the context. The areas assessed are consonant sounds, short and long vowel sounds, y as a vowel pretender, silent letters, vowel pairs, diphthongs, schwa sounds, r and l controlled vowels, blends, clusters ( 3 letter blends) rimes, and common word endings or suffixes. Finally the irregular sounds made by ie and ei are assessed with a teaching point included to help students who struggle with these sounds.
This assessment is correlated to a developmentally appropiate teaching order for phonics taught or mastered in each grade level. It also covers the Common Core Foundational Reading Skills Standards for grade K-5 and as well as previous alignment with the old California State Standards for K-5.
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