Preface Introduction Conducting The Classroom Reading Inventory FORM A USING THE CRI: SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS PART 1 Graded Word Lists: Subskills Format PART 2 Graded Paragraphs: Subskills Format Levels GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO MISCUE ANALYSIS Recording Word Recognition Errors Significant and Insignificant Word Recognition Errors Marking Word Recognition Errors on Graded Paragraphs Evaluating Comprehension Responses Scoring Guide Quick Reference for Abbreviations Summary of Specific Instructions CRI SCORING AND INTERPRETATION DEMONSTRATION OF THE CRI Sample CRI Record-Deon Getting Started-Graded Word Lists Scoring and Interpretation for Sample CRI-Deon Getting Started-Graded Paragraphs Scoring and Interpretation for Sample CRI-Deon Sample CRI Record-Anna Getting Started-Graded Word Lists Scoring and Interpretation for Sample CRI-Anna Getting Started-Graded Paragraphs Scoring and Interpretation for Sample CRI-Anna SUBSKILLS FORMAT FORM A: PRETEST PART 1 Graded Word Lists PART 2 Graded Paragraphs Inventory Record for Teachers SUBSKILLS FORMAT FORM A: POSTTEST PART 1 Graded Word Lists PART 2 Graded Paragraphs Inventory Record for Teachers FORM B USING THE CRI: SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS Introduction Prompting and Comfortable Reading Level Preparing Students for Individual Evaluation Classroom Environment for Predicting and Retelling Steps in Predicting and Retelling Preparation Period Teacher as Model Summary of Specific Instructions-Form B: Reader Response Format CRI SCORING AND INTERPRETATION Getting Started Dialog Scoring a Student's Responses Summary of Specific Instructions READER RESPONSE FORMAT FORM B: PRETEST Graded Paragraphs Inventory Record for Teachers READER RESPONSE FORMAT FORM B: POSTTEST Graded Paragraphs Inventory Record for Teachers GLOSSARY OF KEY TERMS GLOSSARY OF BASIC DECODING TERMINOLOGY INVENTORY ADMINISTRATION KIT
Warren Wheelock is Professor of Education and Director of the Reading Clinic in the Language and Literacy Group at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He received his Ed.D. in reading and clinical psychology at Arizona State University. He teaches graduate and credentialing courses in the diagnosis and correction of reading disorders. A former elementary school teacher, and school psychologist, he has co-authored a basic text in reading, and co-authored a high-interest, easy-vocabulary basic reading series, and a basic reading series for use in the Migrant Education Program. In 1995, Robert B. Rogers, president of the Kauffman Foundation, endowed a scholarship to honor Dr. Wheelock, The Dr. Warren Wheelock Scholarship in Reading Education. Professor Wheelock is also a forensic examiner and expert witness for the Missouri State Public Defender System.