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Many persons have developed the understanding that the evaluation of a given student's reading ability must take the form of the administration of a commerical, standardized reading test. Though the results of a standardized test can be valuable, secondary teachers need to develop an evaluation model which encompasses a number of factors. These aspects would include commercial tests, informal techniques, observational devices, and the study of past reading performance data accrued by a reader.

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