Directions record the students first and last name

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Directions: Record the students first and last name and the date at the top of the record sheet.Give thestudent the “Student Copy” on the reading assessment.Carefully communicate the following instructions to the student:I would like you to read some multi-syllabic words for me today so that I can determine how to helpyou become a better and stronger reader. I'm going to need you to please read the first column ofwords. All of these words are real multi-syllabic words. Point to the first column and have the studentsread. Be sure to record student mistakes. If the word is read correctly, there is no need to make a mark.After the student completes the first column, communicate the following instructions to the student:Please read the second column of words.All of these words are made-up words. Point to the secondcolumn and have the students read. Be sure to record student mistakes. Once the student has read all ofthe words, record their scores to the right of each row and tally up the total at the bottom.Syllable TypeReal WordNonsense WordScore1)Closed SyllableRobinblepan/22)Open SyllableBaconkogrin/23)Vowel -Consonant-silent eConcretetulide/24)Vowel TeamsRainbowloatel/25)R-controlledCollectorrizor/26)Consonant -le (-al,-el)Remarkablezorpal/27)Other final stableSyllablesStumbledapkious/28)Other final stablesyllables continuedTorturesetation/2Total/16
Student CopyMulti-syllabic Word Reading AssessmentRobinblepanBaconkogrinConcretetulideRainbowloatelCollectorrizorRemarkablezorpalStumbledapkiousTorturesetation
ReferencesAcrobatiq. (2015). Research Foundations. Online Courseware accessed through WesternGovernors UniversityKnight-McKenna, M. (2008). Syllable Types: A Strategy for Reading MultisyllabicWords. Teaching Exceptional Children, 40(3), 18-24. Retrieved January 2, 2019, from
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Vowel, Consonant, Syllable coda, Syllable onset

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