Offers a convenient way to assess reading ability in young children
3 through 8 years
3 individually administered subtests: Alphabet, Conventions, and Meaning
Standard scores, percentiles, and normal curve equivalents for each subtest, plus an overall Reading Quotient
Based on a national sample of more than 1,000 children, with separate norms for each 6-month interval between the ages of 3-0 and 8-11
Level B required.
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(TERA-3) Test of Early Reading Ability 3
BY D. KIM REID, WAYNE P. HRESKO, AND DONALD D. HAMMILL
This unique test measures the actual reading ability of children aged 3-6 through 8-6 years. Items assess knowledge of contextual meaning, alphabet, and conventions, and results are reported as standard scores, percentiles, and normal curve equivalents.
The TERA-3 can be individually administered in 30 minutes and provides the examiner with three subtests: Alphabet, Conventions, and Meaning. Standard scores are given for each subtest, and an overall Reading Quotient is computed using all 3 subtest scores. Standardized on a national sample of more than 1,000 children, TERA-3 provides separate norms for each 6-month interval between the ages of 3--0 and 8--11.
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