Tag Archives: reading assessment

literably

Literably: Automating Miscue Analysis and Running Records

Freemium! Literably is a website designed for analyzing student reading using running records and miscue analysis. To begin, teachers need to launch the Literably website and register by entering in their information (e.g., name and password), student information, and grade level. At this point, the teacher’s dashboard will open, and all the students who were enrolled in the class when ...

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Read Theory

Free! Read Theory is a website designed to assess users’ reading ability by lexile score. To begin, teacher users must first register with the website and then click the “+” button to create a class, and they can then enroll students in the class by choosing the “Creating New Students Accounts” or the “Inviting Existing Students” option. (For this review, ...

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