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Lexia Comprehensive Reading Test
Lexia Comprehensive Reading Test integrates six assessment approaches into one reading skill assessment system. The modules include: Kindergarten readiness assessment including phoneme blending; Alphabet knowledge including both letter names and sounds; Decoding skills assessment including nonsense words and Quick Reading Test; Core vocabulary assessment using the Dolch 220 list; Miscue analysis; and Comprehension assessment including grade level, reading rate, and skills.
Thinkology: Vol. 2, Accuracy
Thinkology: Vol. 2, Accuracy provides critical thinking software for young students with a focus on accurate reasoning and communication.
Thinkology: Vol. 1, Clarity
Thinkology: Vol. 1, Clarity provides critical thinking software for young students with a focus on distinguishing ideas that are clear or unclear.
Thinkology: Vol. 3, Logic
Thinkology: Vol. 3, Logic provides critical thinking software for young students with a focus on determining whether statements are logical, whether the statements \"make sense.\"
AceReader Pro Deluxe
AceReader Pro Deluxe (Reading Improvement Software) provides a program to assess students current reading level and improve students reading speed and comprehension. The program uses tachistoscope technology, comprehension tests, and drills and games. The test results can be logged and graphed. The program includes readability formulas for customizing lessons; a network reading lab version is available. It has built-in test and drill editors so that teachers can create tests and drills from their own reading materials or from web sites.
Online Reader Complete
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Online Reader Complete provides non-fiction content with corresponding assessments. The material is divided into multiple subject areas and three reading types: informational, functional, and recreational. Full-text articles are available by subject and reading level. The readings include high interest non-fiction articles from magazines such as Life, Newsweek, and Smithsonian and are assigned a Lexile reading level ranging from 300 to 1500. The program includes a class management tool for teachers. Students can select a self-paced option at their assigned reading level. All articles, tests, and management software are included in the site-licensed subscription.