The Assessment of Written Syntax

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In this International Dyslexia Association Perspectives article, Dr. Melissa Lee Farrall discusses that no single assessment will describe an individual’s skill in written syntax. Farrall gives educators examples of how to assess the component skills of writing that support the development of written expression.

Curriculum Connection

This article supports the teaching of B3.3 Language Conventions for Reading and Writing and D.2 Creating Texts. It discusses how to assess the component skills of writing that are found in these expectations. 

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  1. This article contains a wealth of valuable information. As it discusses, I too have found great value in writing CBMs. However, as reinforced in the article, it’s crucial to remember that assessing writing involves considering various constructs, and no single assessment can offer educators all the necessary insights.

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