Assessing individuals whose literacy skills are at the lowest levels is simplified with the CASAS Beginning Literacy Reading. Use the two progress tests (pre- and post) to ease the testing experience for non-readers and beginning readers.
Forms 27 and 28 are competency-based tests that focus on reading readiness and the concepts of print to help instructors identify reading skill needs and target instruction.
Web-Based Testing (CASAS eTests Online)
Paper-and-Pencil Tests (Students mark answers in a consumable test booklet; answer sheets not used.)
Manual Scoring (answer keys are included in Test Administration Packet)
Advantages and Benefits
- Assess low-level reading skills with pre- and post-tests
- Measure NRS Levels for low beginning and beginning ESL literacy
- Use with native and non-native English speakers
- Administer, score, and interpret tests with ease
Form 27 and Form 28 correlate to CASAS Competencies and to CASAS Content Standards.
Students have up to one hour to complete their test.
|Beginning Literacy Reading
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CASAS offers self-paced CASAS Implementation Training at no cost. If you have not yet completed Implementation Training, you'll need to do so before you order this test series.
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