This trusted reading inventory resource is ideal for pre-service and in-service teachers who use an informal reading inventory test to help identify students' reading problems. A classic in the field, it is the leading reading inventory text, brief and easy to use in a consumable, spiral-bound format. The CRI (Classroom Reading Inventory) is specially prepared for in- and pre-service teachers who have little or no experience with informal reading inventories. It is designed to be administered in fifteen minutes or less. Form A follows a subskills format and Form B follows a reader response format designed around the predicting and retelling of stories. Teachers can test reading comprehension and word-recognition abilities, and also inferential and critical reading and thinking abilities. Both forms include a pretest and a posttest. Eighty percent of the stories used for the CRI test in the ninth edition are new. They are more contemporary and inclusive, and reflect multicultural themes. Most stories are now 30% longer. Finger tabs have been added so the user can flip more easily to major sections. Also available to the instructor is an audio tape for practice scoring and interpretation.
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The Classroom Reading Inventory has served pre-service and in-service teachers for over 40 years in their diagnosis of students' reading capacity and specific reading problems. Unlike other lengthy reading inventories, the CRI can be fully administered in 12-15 minutes. It is the leadin reading inventory in the field and comes in and easy-to-use, spiral-bound format.About the Author:
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.
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