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Academic Skills: Reading

The Feifer Assessment of Reading is a comprehensive assessment of the multiple processes involved in reading and is aimed at identifying an examinee's specific subtype of reading impairment.
The GORT-5 provides an efficient and objective measure of growth in oral reading and aids in diagnosis of oral reading difficulties.
The PPA Scale targets two important literacy skillsphonological awareness and print awarenessthat have proven to predict later success with reading and writing.
The Test of Orthographic Competence-Second Edition (TOC-2) assesses aspects of the English writing system that are integral to proficient reading and writing.
Revised and restandardized, the TORC-4 provides an efficient assessment of reading proficiency.
The Test of Early Reading AbilityFourth Edition (TERA-4) is a direct measure of reading ability in children ages 4-0 through 8-11.
The DAR-2 is a combination comprehensive testing and teaching program that can identify both areas of difficulty and areas of strength for struggling readers.
The Test of Silent Contextual Reading Fluency-2 provides a quick and accurate method to assess reading ability in students ages 7 through 24.
The TOWRE-2 uses real and phonemically regular nonsense words to provide an accurate measure of decoding and pronunciation.
The DESD is a screening test that allows assessment of a student's specific reading difficulties and whether the student is at risk for dyslexia.
The Test of Written Spelling-Fifth Edition (TWS-5) is an accurate and efficient instrument that uses a dictated-word format to assess spelling skills in school-age children and adolescents. It has two forms that can be administered in 20 minutes to either individuals or in groups.
The WIST can be used to identify students who are having difficulty with fundamental literacy skills, and to isolate specific areas of weakness for struggling readers. It assesses word identification, spelling, and sound-symbol knowledge.
The TOSWRF-2 identifies students who are struggling with reading, by assessing their ability to recognize printed words correctly and efficiently. It is designed to be utilized by classroom teachers, special education teachers, reading specialists, and school psychologists.
The Decoding and Spelling Proficiency Test-Revised (DSPT-R) is a test of word reading, word recognition, and spelling designed for use with students ages 6 through young adult.
This collection of easy-to-use formative assessments help content-area teachers identify students who may need additional support in multisyllabic word identification to independently read and comprehend their grade-level English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies texts.
The Nelson-Denny Reading Test Form I and J is a valid and reliable measure of silent reading vocabulary, comprehension, and rate.