(GDRT-2) Gray Diagnostic Reading Tests, Second Edition

by Brian R. Bryant, J. Lee Wiederholt, et al.
Norms
Standardized on a sample of 1,018 students ages 6 to 18, stratified to correspond to key demographic variables
Scores
Scaled scores for subtests, plus composites for Decoding, Comprehension, and General Reading
Format
Seven individually administered subtests, each assessing a different reading skill
ADMIN TIME
45-60 minutes
Ages
6-0 to 13-11 years
Benefit
Provides a norm-referenced assessment of oral reading ability that helps you monitor reading progress over time
Publish Date
2004
Qualifications
Level C required.

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GDRT-2 Kit
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Includes Student Form Book A; Student Form Book B; 25 Examiner/Record Forms A; 25 Examiner/Record Forms B; Adventures in Fancyland Storybook; Manual
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    BY BRIAN R. BRYANT, J. LEE WIEDERHOLT, AND DIANE P. BRYANT

    The GDRT-2 can be used to assess students who have difficulty reading continuous print or who require an evaluation of specific abilities and weaknesses. With two parallel forms provided, teachers and reading specialists find this test an efficient way to monitor reading progress over time.

    The GDRT-2 has four core subtests, each of which measures an important reading skill: Letter/Word Identification; Phonetic Analysis; Reading Vocabulary; and Meaningful Reading.

    In addition, three supplemental subtests—Listening Vocabulary; Rapid Naming; and Phonological Awareness—measure skills that are important in diagnosing or teaching developmental readers and children with dyslexia.