Determining the Predictive Value of Selected Measures for First Grade Reading Success

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This study was undertaken to investigate the predictive value of certain tests in relationship to first grade reading success. The following predictor tests were administered to seventy first grade students during the first two weeks of school: Metropolitan Readiness Test, Naming Letters Test, Light Response Test and Matching Symbol Test. The Teacher's Reading Readiness Rating Scale was filled out by each of the seven teachers at the end of the sixth week. The Wechsler Intelignce Scale for Children was administered to each child during the fall. The seventh predictor test was computed by finding the difference in individual scores of ... continued below

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Black, Bob Gene, 1925- August 1971.

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This study was undertaken to investigate the predictive value of certain tests in relationship to first grade reading success. The following predictor tests were administered to seventy first grade students during the first two weeks of school: Metropolitan Readiness Test, Naming Letters Test, Light Response Test and Matching Symbol Test. The Teacher's Reading Readiness Rating Scale was filled out by each of the seven teachers at the end of the sixth week. The Wechsler Intelignce Scale for Children was administered to each child during the fall. The seventh predictor test was computed by finding the difference in individual scores of the Light Response Test and the Matching Symbol Test.

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Black, Bob Gene, 1925-. Determining the Predictive Value of Selected Measures for First Grade Reading Success, dissertation, August 1971; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc501193/: accessed January 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .