Edinburgh Reading Test (ERT) 2 Specimen Set A Series of Diagnostic Teaching AIDS by Educational Assessment Unit University of Edinburgh
  

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Edinburgh Reading Test (ERT) 2 Specimen Set A Series of Diagnostic Teaching AIDS by Educational Assessment Unit University of Edinburgh

Assesses a range of different literacy skills and provides a diagnostic profile that highlights each pupil's strengths and weakness. - Suitable for group or individual administration, for ages 8:6 to 10:6 (reading ages 8 to 11) - Quick and easy to administer in two sessions of 35-40 minutes per class, ERT2 provides for each pupil a reliable overall assessment of reading (giving norms as both standardised scores and reading ages) plus a diagnostic profile of four key skills in literacy: vocabulary, sequencing, use of context and comprehension of main ideas - A single scorer/ profiler CD-ROM provides computerised diagnostic profiling and individual and group performance analyses for all four ERT tests

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Revised and restandardised by the Educational Assessment Unit at the University of Edinburgh.

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Loose-leaf
1 pages

Author

Educational Assessment Unit University of Edinburgh
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Publication date

1st March 2002

ISBN

9780340799505


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