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The Analytical Reading Inventory, 10/e (ARI) is a thorough, research-based, diagnostic informal reading inventory for measuring the reading progress of typical, remedial, and gifted readers. With clear, step-by-step instructions for administration, it includes everything needed for classroom assessment and direct, relevant advice about instructional intervention. It is comprised of a series of literary and informational text reading passages of increasing difficulty, from pre-primer to level nine, and can be used with all readers from the very young to high school students. Two assessment scenarios are included along with a case study and the ARI Quick Assessment, Examiner’s Passage and Summary Record Sheets, the PDToolkit website, and Common Core-aligned instructional strategies for each of its five assessment and instructional elements.
&>Brief Table of Contents
SECTION I OVERVIEW
SECTION II ARI EXAMINER’S PASSAGE
AND SUMMARY RECORD SHEETS MODEL
SECTION III ARI FOR YOUR REFERENCE
SECTION IV DIRECTIONS— READING LEVELS
INDEPENDENT THROUGH FRUSTRATION
SECTION V DIRECTIONS— SUMMARIZE DATA,
IDENTIFY INSTRUCTIONAL FOCUS, AND REPORT RESULTS
SECTION VI ARI QUICK ASSESSMENTS
SECTION VIII DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION
SECTION IX APPENDIX
SECTION X MODELCASE STUDY —
READING LEVELS INDPENDENT THROUGH FRUSTRTION
SECTION XI EXAMINER’S RECORD SHEETS
ARI Examiner’s Passage and Summary Record Sheets
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