Roots Assessment 7
(To follow Lesson 30)

 

Separate children so that each works independently. Give each a sheet of ruled paper, folded in four vertical sections. Dictate the following words, making sure that each child places words in the proper grids (working across the page):

shell This egg has a brown shell.
ship Columbus's largest ship was the Santa Maria.
all You are all learning to read, write, and spell.
wall We hung the picture on the wall.
ball You can toss a ball.
chick A chick is a baby chicken.
chest Your chest is part of your body.
chop Please chop the carrots into small pieces.
chunk We need to put a chunk of wood on the fire.
tall That man is six feet tall.
chin Your chin is a part of your face.
fish There are many fish in the lake.
whiz I heard the arrow whiz through the air.
rush It is not good to rush through your work.
josh To josh is to tease someone pleasantly.
than John has more candy than Mary has.
them We can give the books to them.
thud The box fell with a thud.
moth A moth flies at night.
with Please, may I go with you?
when You can play when your work is finished.
whomp The Skyhawks will whomp the Falcons in baseball.
whack To whack is to hit or to chop. You can whack a branch from a tree.
gash When I fell, I got an ugly gash in my knee.

 

Make a copy of the Portfolio Record Sheet for each child. Collect children's papers and assess according to portfolio record. Staple assessment record to child's paper and insert into portfolio.

 


Portfolio Record Sheet
Assessment 7

 

Name ____________________________Date _______

 

Word List: shell ship all wall
  ball chick chest chop
  chunk tall chin fish
  whiz rush josh than
  them thud moth with
  when whomp whack gash

 

Number of words spelled correctly (24) _______

 

Correct use of all pattern (4) ______


Used appropriate vowel:

a (3) _____ e (4) _____ i (6) _____ o (4) _____ u (3) _____

 

Appropriate use of: ch (5) _____ th (5) _____ wh (4) _____

Created appropriate endings:

nk (1) _____ mp (1) _____ st (1) _____

 

Used appropriate ending: ck (2) _______


Printed correct letter forms for (Circle letters where problems occurred):

a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
r
s
t
u
w
z
   


Guideline use: Excellent Good Fair Poor

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