The Oral Repetition task is a measure of a student’s receptive oral language, particularly a student’s knowledge of syntax (i.e., sentence structure). During the earlyReading Spanish -- Oral Repetition subtest, the examiner reads 20 sentences of increasing length out loud, one at a time, and asks the student to repeat each sentence verbally, word for word. The earlyReading Spanish -- Oral Repetition subtest is scored using values of 0, 1, or 2, depending on how much detail the student recalls from each sentence, for a possible score of 40 points. earlyReading Spanish -- Oral Repetition is an optional screening subtest that can be used with students having difficulties with oral language development.
There are not any student forms for this subtest.
To administer this assessment, log in to the FastBridge system as a teacher and select the OR column from the earlyReading Spanish Screening page. Here is what the teacher sees when administering the earlyReading Spanish -- Oral Repetition subtest.
For more information about the earlyReading Spanish -- Oral Repetition subtest complete the online earlyReading Spanish course found in the Training & Resources section of the FastBridge website.