Comprehensive Inventory Of Basic Skills II

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TABLE OF view.8BRIGANCE Special Education System.9Program Decisions.10Step-by-Step Assessment ProceduresStep 1: Get Ready for the Assessment.11Step 2: Conduct the Assessment.14Step 3: Record Results in the Student Record Book.16Step 4: Analyze Results.18Step 5: Identify Next Steps.20Evaluating Students with Special ConsiderationsBilingual and Non-English-Speaking Students.21Students with Exceptionalities.21PageM MATHEMATICS GRADE PLACEMENT .380N NUMBER AND OPERATIONS .394O ALGEBRA . .485PGEOMETRY .538Q MEASUREMENT .589R DATA ANALYSIS AND PROBABILITY .646REPRODUCIBLES.712APPENDICESAppendix A—History and Acknowledgments . .727Appendix B—References .728A READINESS . .27B SPEECH .103C LISTENING .119EORAL READING . .155FREADING COMPREHENSION—SHORT PASSAGES .168G READING COMPREHENSION—LONG PASSAGES .203H WORD ANALYSIS .227IFUNCTIONAL WORD RECOGNITION . .275JSPELLING .302K WRITING . .320L3RESPONDING TO WRITING PROMPTS .354BRIGANCE CIBS IITable of Contents BRIGANCE CIBS II Curriculum Associates LLC 800-225-0248Table of ContentsD WORD RECOGNITION GRADE PLACEMENT .149

TABLE OF ersonal Data Response.29A-2Recognizes Colors.32A-3Self-help Skills.34A-4Draws a Person.36A-5Visual Motor Skills—Forms .38A-6Visual Discrimination—Forms, Letters, and Words .40A-7Identifies Body Parts .42A-8Recites Alphabet.43A-9Reads Uppercase Letters . .44A-10Reads Lowercase Letters . .45A-11Prints Uppercase Letters in Sequence.46A-12Prints Lowercase Letters in Sequence.47A-13Prints Uppercase Letters Dictated.48A-14Prints Lowercase Letters Dictated.49A-15Prints Personal Data.50A-16Counting.52A-17Understands Quantitative Concepts .53A-18Counts Objects.56A-19Reads Numerals.57A-20Joins Sets.58A-21Numeral Comprehension .61A-22Writes Numerals in Sequence.62A-23Standing Gross-Motor Skills .63A-24Walking Gross-Motor Skills.65A-25Running and Skipping Gross-Motor Skills.67A-26Understands Directional and Positional Concepts.69A-27Readiness for Reading.72A-28Knows Common Signs.74A-29Oral Expression.76A-30Articulation—Initial Sounds of Words.79A-31Articulation—Final Sounds of Words.844A-32A-33A-34PageAuditory DiscriminationForm A.87Form B.89Identifies Initial Consonants in Spoken Words.91Sounds of Letters.93Supplemental and Related Lists/Skill Sequences.95Comprehensive Skill Sequences.101BSpeech . .103AssessmentsB-1General Speech and Language Development.105B-2Responds to a PictureForm A (Urban Scene).110Form B (Suburban Scene) .113B-3Speech Observations Checklist.116Comprehensive Skill Sequence.118CListening.119AssessmentsC-1Sentence Memory.121C-2Follows Oral Directions.123C-3 Listening Vocabulary Comprehension Grade-Placement TestForm A.126Form B.130Assessments—Listens and ComprehendsC-4Listening Comprehension Grade-Placement Test .132C-4a Lower First-Grade Level (Forms A & B).134C-4b Upper First-Grade Level (Forms A & B).135C-4c Lower Second-Grade Level (Forms A & B).136BRIGANCE CIBS IITable of Contents BRIGANCE CIBS II Curriculum Associates LLC 800-225-0248Table of ContentsPage

PageD Word Recognition Grade Placement.149AssessmentsD-1Word Recognition Grade-Placement TestForm A.150Form B.153E Oral Reading.155Assessments—Reads OrallyE-1a & b Preprimer orPrimer Level (Forms A & B).160E-1c & d Lower First-Grade orUpper First-Grade Level (Forms A & B).161E-1e & f Lower Second-Grade orUpper Second-Grade Level (Forms A & B).162E-1g & h Lower Third-Grade orUpper Third-Grade Level (Forms A & B).163E-1i & jFourth-Grade orFifth-Grade Level (Forms A & B).164E-1k & l Sixth-Grade orSeventh-Grade Level (Forms A & B).165E-1m & n Eighth-Grade orNinth-Grade Level (Forms A & B).1665FReading Comprehension—Short Passages.168Assessment—Grade-Placement TestF-1Reading Vocabulary Comprehension Grade-Placement TestForm A.173Form B.176Assessments—Comprehends PassagesF-2aPrimer Level Forms A & B.179F-2bLower First-Grade Level Forms A & B.180F-2cUpper First-Grade Level Forms A & B.181F-2dLower Second-Grade LevelForm A.182Form B.183F-2eUpper Second-Grade LevelForm A.184Form B.185F-2fLower Third-Grade LevelForm A.186Form B.187F-2gUpper Third-Grade LevelForm A.188Form B.189F-2hFourth-Grade LevelForm A.190Form B.191F-2iFifth-Grade LevelForm A.192Form B.193F-2jSixth-Grade LevelForm A.194Form B.195F-2kSeventh-Grade LevelForm A.196Form B.197F-2lEighth-Grade LevelForm A.198Form B.199F-2m Ninth-Grade LevelForm A.200Form B.201BRIGANCE CIBS IITable of Contents BRIGANCE CIBS II Curriculum Associates LLC 800-225-0248Table of ContentsAssessments—Listens and ComprehendsC-4d Upper Second-Grade Level (Forms A & B).137C-4e Lower Third-Grade Level (Forms A & B).138C-4f Upper Third-Grade Level (Forms A & B).139C-4g Fourth-Grade Level (Forms A & B).140C-4h Fifth-Grade Level (Forms A & B).141C-4i Sixth-Grade Level (Forms A & B).142C-4j Seventh-Grade Level (Forms A & B).143C-4k Eighth-Grade Level (Forms A & B).144C-4l Ninth-Grade Level (Forms A & B).145C-5 Listening Observations Checklist .146Page

PagePageReading Comprehension—Long Passages.203H Word Analysis.227Assessments—Comprehends PassagesG-1a First-Grade LevelForm A.208Form B.209G-1b Second-Grade LevelForm A.210Form B.211G-1c Third-Grade LevelForm A.212Form B.213G-1d Fourth-Grade LevelForm A.214Form B.215G-1e Fifth-Grade LevelForm A.216Form B.217G-1f Sixth-Grade LevelForm A.218Form B.219G-1g Seventh-Grade LevelForm A.220Form B.221G-1h Eighth-Grade LevelForm A.222Form B.223G-1i Ninth-Grade LevelForm A.224Form B.225AssessmentsH-1Word Analysis SurveyForm A.229Form B.233H-2Substitutes Initial-Consonant Sounds.236H-3Substitutes Short-Vowel Sounds.240H-4Substitutes Long-Vowel Sounds.243H-5Substitutes Final-Consonant Sounds.246H-6Substitutes Initial-Blend and Initial-Digraph Sounds.251H-7Reads Words with Common Endings.256H-8Reads Words with Vowel Digraphs and Diphthongs.259H-9Reads Words with Phonetic Irregularities.262H-10 Reads Suffixes.265H-11 Reads Prefixes.268H-12 Divides Words into Syllables.2696Supplemental and Related Lists/Skill Sequences.271I Functional Word Recognition.275AssessmentsI-1Basic Sight Vocabulary.278I-2Direction Words.282I-3Number Words.285I-4Warning and Safety Signs.288I-5Informational Signs.290I-6Warning Labels.293I-7Food Labels.296Supplemental Lists/Skill Sequences.298BRIGANCE CIBS IITable of Contents BRIGANCE CIBS II Curriculum Associates LLC 800-225-0248Table of ContentsG

PageSpelling.302AssessmentsJ-1  Spelling Grade-Placement TestForm A.304Form B.306J-2  Spells Initial Consonants of Spoken Words.307J-3  Spells Initial Blends and Digraphs of Spoken Words.308J-4  Spells Suffixes.311J-5  Uses Suffixes in WritingForm A.313Form B .314J-6  Spells Prefixes.315J-7  Spells Number Words.318Supplemental Lists/Skill Sequences.319K Writing.320AssessmentsK-1Writes Cursive Lowercase Letters in Sequence.322K-2Writes Cursive Uppercase Letters in Sequence.323K-3Quality of Writing—Manuscript and Cursive.325Criteria and Samples—Manuscript.326Criteria and Samples—Cursive.327K-4Writes Personal Data.328K-5CapitalizationLevel I (3rd grade and below) .331Level II (4th grade and above) .334K-6PunctuationLevel I (4th grade and below) . .337Level II (5th grade and above) .340K-7Addresses Envelope.343K-8Writes Personal Letter.346K-9Writes Letter Requesting Information or Material.349K-10 Writes Customer-Complaint Letter.3527LResponding to writing Prompts.354Assessments—Responds to Writing PromptsL-1a Grades 1 and 2—Personal Narrative.355L-1b Grades 1 and 2—Descriptive Writing.356L-1c Grades 1 and 2—Expository Writing.357L-1d Grades 1 and 2—Fictional Narrative.358L-2a Grades 3–5—Personal Narrative.359L-2b Grades 3–5—Fictional Narrative.

Comprehensive Inventory of Basic Skills II, see Chapters 6–8 of the CIBS II Standardization and Validation Manual. OvERvIEW The BRIGANCE Comprehensive Inventory of Basic Skills II, or CIBS II, is a comprehensive collection of valid, reliable, and well-researched reading, ELA, and math assessments for students with special needs in grades K-9.

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