NAEP Oral Reading Fluency Scale

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WCPSS Path Driver Universal Screening Scoring Quick Reference Guide
An error is marked for each of the following:
 Word is skipped
 Word is not pronounced correctly within 3 seconds
 Word is mispronounced
 Word is repeatedly mispronounced later in text, each instance
The following is not marked as an error:
 Student self-corrects word within 3 seconds
 Variation in pronunciation due to dialect
 Insertions/added words
WCPSS Path Driver Universal Screening Scoring Quick Reference Guide
An error is marked for each of the following:
 Word is skipped
 Word is not pronounced correctly within 3 seconds
 Word is mispronounced
 Word is repeatedly mispronounced later in text, each instance
The following is not marked as an error:
 Student self-corrects word within 3 seconds
 Variation in pronunciation due to dialect
 Insertions/added words
NAEP Oral Reading Fluency Scale
Fluent
Level
4
Reads primarily in larger, meaningful phrase groups. Although some
regressions, repetitions, and deviations from text may be present, these do
not appear to detract from the overall structure of the story. Preservation of
the author’s syntax is consistent. Some or most of the story is read with
expressive interpretation. Reads at an appropriate rate.
Level
3
Reads primarily in three- or four-word phrase groups. Some small
groupings may be present. However, the majority of phrasing seems
appropriate and preserves the syntax of the author. Little or no expressive
interpretation is present. Generally reads at an appropriate rate.
Nonfluent Level
2
Level
1
Reads primarily in two-word phrases with some three- or four-word
groupings. Some word-by-word reading may be present. Word groupings
may seem awkward and unrelated to larger context of sentence or passage.
A small portion of the text is read with expressive interpretation. Reads
significant sections of the text excessively slow or fast.
Reads primarily word-by-word. Occasional two-word or three-word
phrases may occur—but these are infrequent and/or they do not preserve
meaningful syntax.
NAEP Oral Reading Fluency Scale
Fluent
Level
4
Reads primarily in larger, meaningful phrase groups. Although some
regressions, repetitions, and deviations from text may be present, these do
not appear to detract from the overall structure of the story. Preservation of
the author’s syntax is consistent. Some or most of the story is read with
expressive interpretation.
Level
3
Reads primarily in three- or four-word phrase groups. Some small
groupings may be present. However, the majority of phrasing seems
appropriate and preserves the syntax of the author. Little or no expressive
interpretation is present.
Nonfluent Level
2
Level
1
Reads primarily in two-word phrases with some three- or four-word
groupings. Some word-by-word reading may be present. Word groupings
may seem awkward and unrelated to larger context of sentence or passage.
Reads primarily word-by-word. Occasional two-word or three-word
phrases may occur—but these are infrequent and/or they do not preserve
meaningful syntax.
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