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PROBE New Zealand Reading Diagnostic tests

Discussion in 'Primary' started by CB123, Apr 5, 2011.

  1. CB123

    CB123 New commenter

    Ive not heard of them but would be interested in it (going to take a look in a minute). I have used some maths testing from New Zealand, which has short sharp activities to help with the problems it finds and I think it is great. So, if it works like the maths work then Id say have a go at it
  2. We use the Key comprehension books which are amazing for teaching inference. They progress in very steady steps teaching how to read between the lines.
    It consists of a photocopiable book with 3 different levels.
    The Probe assessments allow you to see where they need to jump in.
    Have a look at some of the samples on the website. We ordered from New Zealand.


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