(TERA-4) Test of Early Reading Ability, Fourth Edition

by D. Kim Reid, Wayne P. Hresko, and Donald D. Hammill

(TERA-4) Test of Early Reading Ability, Fourth Edition

by D. Kim Reid, Wayne P. Hresko, and Donald D. Hammill
Benefits Measures a child’s early developing reading skills
Ages 4 years to 8 years, 11 months
Admin time 30 minutes
Publish Date 2017
Qualifications Level C required.
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The TERA-4 is a direct measure of reading ability in children. Rather than assessing children’s “readiness” for reading, the TERA-4 assesses their mastery of early developing reading skills.

 

Features and Benefits:

  • Includes three subtests: Alphabet (measures knowledge of the alphabet and its uses), Conventions (measures knowledge of the conventions of print), and Meaning (measures comprehension of print).
  • A composite, called the General Reading Index, represents overall reading ability.
  • All users now have access to the new optional PC-, Mac-, Chromebook-, and tablet-compatible TERA-4 Online Scoring and Report System via activation codes included in each package of TERA-4 Examiner Record Booklets.
  • Extensive studies of test reliability support the TERA-4’s use with individual students. Average coefficient alphas for the full normative sample range from .88 to .97 for subtests, and it is .98 for the composite.

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