Assessing a student's progress in reading should be an integral part of every reading program. Most teachers use standardized or informal tests for the diagnosis and evaluation of reading achievement; however, a third means of assessment is available to teachers. This article is intended to help educators legitimatize this often ignored method of assessing reading behavior and evaluating reading performance.
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