Slosson Oral Reading Test Paper

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Jane’s raw score (number right) of 48 words on the pretest for the Slosson Oral Reading Test (SORT), placed her at the 41st percentile. Her score at the 41st percentile is considered to be in the middle part of the average range. Jane’s miscues were visually similar to the printed words up to List 2. For example, she confused “there” for “three,” and “wat” for “what,” suggesting the need for reinforcement of irregular high frequency words. She also substituted “brother” for “better,” and “drink” for “dark,” suggesting Jane attended to the beginning and ending sounds, but had difficulty with medial sounds and short vowels. Jane also substituted “log” for “large,” and “hop” for “hope,” further demonstrating a need for instruction on medial
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