ERIC Number: ED177182
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1978
Reference Count: 0
Bloomfield-Barnhart Developmental Reading Mastery Test: Evaluator's Handbook [and] Individual Pupil Packet.
Barnhart, Cynthia A.; And Others
The Developmental Reading Mastery Test of oral reading, comprehension, spelling, and language skills is based on curriculum materials by the Bloomfield-Barnhart reading program, Let's Read. The non-graded program teaches reading in eleven steps (skill sequences), with corresponding subtests, as follows: (1) shape discrimination, directionality; (2) letter recognition; (3) short vowel monosyllables with "a"; (4) with "i", "u"; (5) with "e", "o"; (6) with simple blends; (7) with consonant clusters and digraphs; (8) regular long vowels and dipthongs; (9) common irregular words and suffixes; (10) irregular vowel spelling patterns; and (11) irregular consonant spelling patterns. The subtests must be administered in this order. The Evaluator's Handbook contains directions for administering, scoring, and interpreting each level. The Individual Pupil Packet contains pretests and posttests for each level, worksheets for recording scores and evaluator comments, and a record form for recording a student's progress at each level. (CP)
Descriptors: Basic Reading, Educational Testing, Elementary Education, Mastery Tests, Norms, Oral Reading, Reading Comprehension, Reading Development, Reading Level, Reading Programs, Reading Skills, Reading Tests, Records (Forms), Sequential Approach, Skill Development, Spelling, Test Interpretation, Tests
Clarence L. Barnhart, Inc., P.O. Box 250, 1 Stone Place, Bronxville, New York 10708 (Evaluator's Handbook, $5.00 ea.; Developmental Reading Test, $10.00 ea., multiple copies, $8.00 ea. plus postage)
Publication Type: Tests/Questionnaires; Guides - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Barnhart (Clarence L.), Inc., Bronxville, NY.
Identifiers: Bloomfield Barnhart Developmental Reading Mastery
Note: Scattered pages in the Evaluator's Handbook will not reproduce legibly because of the small print size