What does Sri stand for reading method?
Scholastic Reading Inventory™
Scholastic Reading Inventory™ (SRI) is an objective assessment of a student’s reading comprehension level. The computer adaptive assessment can be administered to students in Grades K—12 and is based on The Lexile Framework® for Reading.
What is Sri Lexile score?
The Lexile measure is a reading ability or text difficulty score followed by an “L” (e.g., “850L”). SRI uses the developmental Lexile scale for texts ranging from 100L for beginning readers (BR) to above 1500L for advanced readers. Lexile measures are the most widely adopted reading measures in use today.
What does your Sri score mean?
The Scholastic Reading Inventory (SRI) is a research-based, reading assessment that measures students’ level of reading comprehension and reports it using the Lexile Framework® for Reading.
What does Sri stand for?
|SRI||Scientific Research Institute (Menlo Park, CA)|
|SRI||Stanford Research Institute (now called SRI International)|
|SRI||Socially Responsible Investing|
|SRI||Space Research Institute|
How do you take a Sri test?
You will take the test on the computer by going to a specific website and logging in with your username and password. Each student gets a different test with different questions. The test is not for a grade and is not timed. However, you cannot go back and review or change your answers.
How do I prepare for a Sri test?
SRI TEST TAKING TIPS
- Before you look at the choices, have a word in mind that would make sense.
- Look for clues as you read.
- Preview questions before you read the passage.
- Concentrate and focus.
- Be sure not to be. click happy.
What is a good Lexile score for a 12th grader?
To begin, Lexile score ranges vary depending on grade level. A proficient first grader would score between 200L and 300L, while an adequate reader in the 12th grade would earn a score in the range of 1060L and 1320L.
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