NATIONAL NORMS FOR MAZE FLUENCY
Fluency Norms Chart (2017 Update) | Reading Rockets
View the results of the updated 2017 study on oral reading fluency (ORF) by Jan Hasbrouck and Gerald Tindal, with compiled ORF norms for grades 1-6. You'll also find an analysis of how the 2017 norms differ from the 2006 norms.
How To: Assess Reading Comprehension With CBM: Maze Passages
PDF filefluency probes for students in grades 4 and higher (Hosp, Hosp & Howell, 2007). CBM-Maze: How to Access Resources. Teachers can access a toolkit of resources for CBM-Maze, including: (1) materials for assessment, (2) guidelines for administration and scoring, and (3)
NATIONAL ORAL READING FLUENCY NORMS
PDF fileNational Oral Reading Fluency Norms (All and 50th Percentile) Author: Jan Hasbrouck and Read Naturally Inc. Subject: The Hasbrouck-Tindal oral reading fluency chart lists oral reading fluency norms for grades 1-8. Use this to determine who needs a fluency intervention.
AIMSweb ROI Growth Norms
PDF fileThese percentile norms are based on the AIMSweb national sample for Kindergarten through Grade 8. (For details, see AIMSweb National Norms Technical Documentation at wwwweb, under Research Articles and Information on the Resources menu.) The rate of improvement (raw-score points
Oral reading fluency norms: A valuable assessment tool for
PDF fileOral reading fluency norms: A valuable assessment tool for reading teachers 637 allowed us to compile norms only for the 75th, 50th, and 25th percentiles. Time to revisit national ORF norms Over a decade later, the interest in fluency by teachers and administrators has grown tremen-dously. By 2005, fluency had made it to both theCited by: 579Publish Year: 2006Author: Jan Hasbrouck, Gerald A. Tindal
DIBELS 8th Edition : UO DIBELS Data System
Maze (formerly known as Daze) passages are now written by experienced authors and include several other improvements. The new version of maze is based on research that has shown consistently that maze measures tend to get at only very low-level comprehension. To make DIBELS maze measures more informative, several innovations are underway.
Reading Curriculum Based Measurement (Oral Reading Fluency)
PDF fileNote – this tip sheet will focus on oral reading fluency (ORF) because it is the most common reading CBM assessment used. For details on using early reading or maze CBM, see Hosp, Hosp, & Howell (2007). Step 2: Identify level of material (Capizzi & Barton-Arwood, 2009) 1) Administer ORF probes written at student’s current grade level
New SCRED 2015-16 Target & Norm Charts
PDF file2015-2016 Targets & Norms 6 & Low Risk = at least a 75% chance of passing criterion August 2015 Moderate Risk = 26-74% chance of passing criterion St. Croix River Education District
AIMSweb Quick Tip Handbook - commoncorediva
PDF file2. AIMSweb National Norms table for whichever area you plan to progress monitor: (Tip #12) -Reading-Curriculum Based Measurement -Letter Naming Fluency -Letter Sound Fluency -Phoneme Segmentation Fluency -Nonsense Word Fluency -MAZE Reading Comprehension 3. Timer. 4. Survey Level Assessment Recording Sheet. (Appendix D) --Procedure: 1.
TARGET AND NORM CHARTS - scred
PDF fileFluency E4, E5 Targets Low 6 9 14 Moderate 2 -5 3 8 8 13 High 1 2 7 Letter Sound Fluency E4, E5 Targets Low 1 4 10 Moderate 2 -3 5 9 High 1 4 *E3 scores are normative performance scores for students that are 3 years old by Sept 1st (Norms are based on data from Minnesota Reading Corps).