Secondary Screening Profiles Reading Form B by niversity of Edinburgh Centre for Research on Learning and Instruction
  

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Secondary Screening Profiles Reading Form B by niversity of Edinburgh Centre for Research on Learning and Instruction

These screening profiles are comprised of three tests which give a clear analysis and profile of students' skills in reading, mathematics and reasoning at ages 11 and 13. Each test is simple and quick to administer and mark, and can be used singly or as part of the complete battery. The profile generated by the tests complements and gives an external reference to National Curriculum assessments obtained at the end of Key Stage 2. Each of the tests is available in parallel forms A and B, for administration in about 35 minutes. All of the questions are multiple-choice, allowing quick, accurate and unambiguous marking. This set is composed of 20 copies. The Reading test gives an objective measure in comprehension, vocabulary and understanding points of view.

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Loose-leaf

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niversity of Edinburgh Centre for Research on Learning and Instruction
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

7th September 1995

ISBN

9780340631270


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