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Summer Institute:Introduction to CBM in Reading
Michelle K. Hosp
July 8, 2005
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Teacher: Say the sound that goes with each letter.
Time: 1 minute
Teacher: Read these words.
Time: 1 minute.
Number of words replaced correctly in 2.5 minutes on end-of-year passages from which every 7th word has been deleted and replaced with 3 choices
1: < 15 words in lists/min
2: < 15 words in text/min
3: < 50 words in text/min
4: < 70 words in text/min
5-7: < 15 maze replacements/2.5 min
This is the Student copy.
Example: The student finished reading the list of 50 words in just 54 seconds and got 44 words correct.
CBM WIF Student list
WIF Teacher Score Sheet
Words read correctly marked as ‘1’
Words read incorrectly marked as ‘0’
Shameka’s CBM WIF
Correct words marked as ‘1’
Incorrect words marked as ‘0’
Last word read (car) is circled
Shameka’s score = 29
This is the Teacher Score Sheet.
This is the Student list.
PRF Student copy
PRF Teacher copy
Numbers along margin allow for easy calculation of words attempted
Additional scoring guidelines:
A skipped lineis counted as1 error
Every word but1 of the words is subtracted from the total number of words attempted
136 words attempted in 1 minute
14 of 15 words omitted in 4th line subtracted from 136
(136 – 14 = 122)
1 omission error and 8 reading errors subtracted from 122
(122 – 9 = 113)
Reggie’s score = 113
Maze Student copy
Students receive1 point for each correct answer
Scoring is discontinued if 3 consecutive errors are made
Juan’s CBM Maze
10 correct answers before he made 3 consecutive mistakes
Juan’s score = 10
This is the first page of the CBM Maze test, “Summer Camp.”