Phonics Screener for Intervention™ (PSI™) 3.0 School Site License
Price: From $350.00 to $550.00
The Phonics Screener for Intervention (PSI), Version 3.0 is a brief and easy-to-administer informal diagnostic assessment designed to pinpoint the specific decoding needs of students who have poor reading accuracy. Information from the PSI eliminates guessing and leads directly to Tier 2 and 3 focused intervention instruction.
Version 3.0 of the PSI has been updated to include pseudowords in the multisyllable word section of the assessment. Skills 1-9 will have slight modifications but will be administered in the same way. Skills 10–12 are replaced by NEW
Skills 10–15, which enable teachers to assess the six syllable types using multisyllable pseudowords.
PSI 3.0 assesses phonics skills from basic to complex, in order of 95 Percent Group’s Phonics Continuum. The skills assessed correlate to the skills in the Phonics Lesson Library™, the Blueprint for Intervention:® Multisyllable Routine Cards, and the Phonics Chip Kit™ instructional materials.
♦ Getting Started Guide
♦ User’s Manual
♦ Student Materials Booklet* (including Forms A, B, and C)
♦ Student Scoring Forms* (Forms A, B, and C)
♦ Classroom Grouping Worksheets
♦ Error Pattern Analysis Worksheets
What Does the PSI Do?
♦ Identifies mastery and deficit in Basic Phonics, Advanced Phonics, and Multisyllable Words, as well as Sight Words (Dolch 220)
♦NEW: The Multisyllable Words section assesses the six syllable types using two-syllable pseudowords:
♦ Helps teachers pinpoint deficits so that instruction can be targeted to close the gap for struggling students
- Closed Syllables
- Long Vowel Silent-e Syllables
- Open Syllables
- Vowel Team Syllables
- Consonant-le Syllables
- Vowel-r Syllables
♦ Assists in grouping students of similar needs for intervention instruction
Who Needs the PSI?
♦ Students in grade 1 and up who have poor reading accuracy (Letter Names and Sounds can be used with students in K–1)
♦ Students who are accurate but slow or unable to read text passages at benchmark
♦ Students who are below benchmark on the oral reading fluency portion of a curriculum-based measurement
How Do You Use the PSI?
♦ Administer level-appropriate tasks of Form A initially to identify student needs
♦ Monitor progress with alternate forms (Forms B and C), which assess the same skills as Form A
Who Administers the PSI?
Any school staff member well trained in phonics, including:
♦ Classroom teachers
♦ Special education teachers
♦ Reading specialists
♦ School psychologists
♦ Instructional aides
♦ Speech-language pathologists
Please note: The PSI 3.0 is a site license for one school only. Site licenses may not be shared.
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