What are the Progress Monitoring tests in MAP Reading Fluency?

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What are the Progress Monitoring assessments in MAP Reading Fluency?

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The Progress Monitoring tests in MAP Reading Fluency allow you to measure a student's improvement in reading over time. You can assign Progress Monitoring at any time, however, we recommend assigning it after the student has completed their Benchmark Assessment for the term.

The Progress Monitoring assessments are:
  • 5-10 minutes in length, with 1 passage and 6 questions
  • Available for English Oral Reading only (Spanish and Foundational Skills will be available in a future release)
  • Set at the student's current Lexile level
  • Not adaptive

Once you assign Progress Monitoring, MAP Reading Fluency will automatically assign a new reading passage every time the student finishes an assessment. There are multiple available reading passages, so the student will see different passages every time they test. However, if a student exhausts all available passages at their Lexile level, the passages will repeat.

For more information about Progress Monitoring, see Progress Monitoring in the MAP Help Center.

 
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