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The essential cognitive elements of the reading process have been outlined in the Cognitive Framework of Reading.
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Aprenda: La Preuba de Logros en Espanol - 3rd Edition
Author: Pearson Education, Inc.
Date Published: 2005
||$265.25 for the basic package|
|Time to administer
||Untimed with flexible guidelines|
||K, 1, 2, 3, and higher|
Semantics (Vocabulary and Morphology)
|Sonidos y Letras — Students must match words based on initial and final phoneme, letter identification, letter sound correspondence, and identifying letters within words. |
Lectura de Palabras — Students must match words with pictures and must also correctly identify written words.
Lectura de Oraciones — Students must read sentences and match them with the most appropriate picture.
Vocabulario — Students must match words based on meaning (synonyms), and they must define words in context.
Comprension de Lectura — Students must demonstrate reading comprehension through a variety of tasks (two-sentence stories, modified cloze tests, and comprehension questions).
Comprension Auditiva — Students must demonstrate oral language comprehension through tasks that include vocabulary knowledge, sentence comprehension, and story comprehension.
Ortografia — Students must demonstrate correct spelling knowledge by marking the misspelled words in sentences.
|Language(s) tool can
be administered in
and test design data
|Raw scores can be converted to scaled scores, national and local percentile ranks, stanines, grade equivalent scores, normal curve equivalent scores, Achievement/ability comparisons, group percentile ranks and stanines, content cluster and process cluster performance categories, p-Values, and performance standards. The Aprenda 3 offers newly developed , standards-based content that yields 2004 norm-referenced information and , as desired, customized, criterion-referenced information. This test was developed and normed in Spanish. This is a general battery of assessment tools; reading is only one part of this battery of tests. Other abilities measured are mathematics and language arts.|
||There is a battery of 12 test levels that assesses students from kindergarten to grade 12. The two levels of Preprimario (Preprimer) assess the achievement of children in kindergarten and the first half of grade 1. The eight levels of Primario (Primary) and Intermedio (Intermediate) measure the important instructional standards of curricula from the second half of grade 1 to the end of grade 9. The two levels of Avanzado (Advanced) are intended for grades 9-12. In addition to the subtests listed above, this battery also contains an English as a Second Language assessment section (Lenguaje) and an open-ended response section.|
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