If you’re looking for a way to assess students’ reading (especially during distance learning), Literably may be very helpful.
Literably is an online oral reading and comprehension assessment. Students read aloud and answer questions on a laptop, desktop, Chromebook or iPad. Literably scores the assessments and returns them to you within 24 hours. You get an audio recording, a running record, comprehension questions, a retell, and the student’s A-Z guided reading level.
- Remote Assessment You’d like to monitor students’ reading during distance learning.
- End of Year Levels You’d like to find end-of-year reading levels for your students.
- Time You’re spending days of instructional time assessing students’ reading.
Literably offers a 2-week whole-class free trial. After the trial, Literably typically works with schools and districts. However, in light of COVID, Literably is offering a discounted teacher subscription. You can learn more at literably.com, you can sign up here, or you can schedule a time for a free trial training.
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