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Making Sense of Literacy Assessments: A Running Records Workbook

Author(s): Tara Wilson

Edition: 2

Copyright: 2021

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The purpose of Making Sense of Literacy Assessments: A Running Records Workbook is to serve not only as a resource but also as a place to practice running records. This workbook is intended to help students understand the literacy assessments better in a to-the-point type style. Therefore, this workbook is divided into five practical sections, as well as blank pages at the back to take notes.

Making Sense of Literacy Assessments: A Running Records Workbook features:

  • a spiral bound design—easier to fold the book back, without creating any extra wear and tear.
  • perforated pages—easy to remove pages.
  • blank note space—room to write notes from class lectures, professional developments, thoughts, etc.
  • practice stories—no need to go looking for appropriate stories to use for running records.
  • reflection opportunities—many places to write reflections down.
  • easy-to-use format—allows quick access to information.

Introduction

Welcome!

How to Use this Workbook

Purpose

Features

Section 1: Assessments 101

Introduction

Purpose

Benefits of Student Involvement

Types

Review

Thoughts to Ponder

Section 2: Running Records

Introduction

Coding

Advantages of Running Records

Administering a Running Record

Analyzing a Running Record

Miscue Analysis

Three Types of Errors

Statements of Caution

Miscues

Questions

Review

Thoughts to Ponder

Section 3: Selections

Steps for Giving Each Selection

Big

Student Version

Teacher Version

Josie and the Tattlers

Student Version

Teacher Version

Pets

Student Version

Teacher Version

Summer Day

Student Version

Teacher Version

The Lost Toy

Student Version

Teacher Version

The Pond

Student Version

Teacher Version

The Secret Mission

Student Version

Teacher Version

The Storm Chaser

Student Version

Teacher Version

The Walk Home

Student Version

Teacher Version

Tiny

Student Version

Teacher Version

Section 4: Reading Difficulties

Weaknesses

Not “Clicked” Yet

Dyslexia

Review

Thoughts to Ponder

Section 5: Resources

Questions to Ask Yourself When Assessing a Student

Automatic Word Recognition

Fluency

Language Comprehension

Miscues

Strategic Control

Other

People to Know

Betts, Emmett (1903 to 1987)

Calkins, Lucy

Chall, Jeanne (1921 to 1999)

Chappuis, Jan

Clay, Marie (1926 to 2007)

Diller, Debbie

Ehri, Linnea

Fountas and Pinnell

Goodman, Kenneth

Harvey, Stephanie

Stanovich, Keith

Data Binders

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Tara Wilson

Tara Wilson is a professor of reading at The University of Texas - Permian Basin.  She teaches literacy courses for undergraduate and master's students.  Prior to working in higher education, Tara taught in Texas public education for 11 years.  Tara presents at the local, state, regional, national and international levels, as well as publishes in literacy and early childhood journals.  Tara received her Doctorate of Education in Literacy from Sam Houston State University. In her "free" time she likes to read, and spend time with her fur babies and husband. 

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