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This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
Reading is often an area of difficulty for students with disabilities.

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Question 2.
Decoding skills are assessed on the Woodcock Reading Mastery Tests—Revised/Normative Update and the Gray Oral Reading Tests—Fourth Edition.

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Question 3.
Most reading measures include a test of structural analysis skills.

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Question 4.
Informal inventories evaluate both decoding and comprehension skills.

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Question 5.
The Test of Reading Comprehension—Third Edition uses oral reading to assess comprehension skills.

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Question 6.
On curriculum-based measures of reading fluency, students read classroom materials aloud for one minute.

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Question 7.
In reading assessment, response analysis is used to identify the miscues students make in decoding and comprehension.

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Question 8.
Having students read high-frequency word lists is one way of assessing comprehension of connected text.

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Question 9.
With the cloze procedure, the student reads a selection from which words have been omitted and while reading, attempts to fill in the missing words.

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Question 10.
Interviews with students can be used to find out attitudes toward reading and preferences in reading materials.

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