An observation survey: of early literacy achievement
An Observation Survey introduces teachers to ways of observing children's progress in the early years of learning about literacy and leads to the selection of children for whom supplementary teaching is necessary.
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282 urban children 9 Test achievement Analysis of Errors assessment attention beginning chil child reads classroom Clay Concepts About Print correct Cross-checking dren early Error rate Errors and Self-corrections example graphemes Hearing Sounds individual instruction Item knowledge learner letter cues Letter Identification literacy learning meaning measurement Measurement theory monitor Observation Survey observation tasks occur phonemes Problem strategies programme progress readers reading and writing reading behaviours reading difficulties reading process Reading Recovery Reading Test reliable response Running Record Sheet Running words sample self-correction behaviour Self-correction rate sentence sequence Sounds in Words spelling standardised tests Stanine score story Storybox strategies on text strategies with letters strategies with words systematic observation teacher teaching tence Test score text reading tion urban children aged visual cues visual perception Word Test Words Dictation words Error rate Writing Vocabulary young children Zealand