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  1. NWF Nonsense Word Fluency Administration Guidelines and Practice Video for K, 1st and 2nd Grades RCSD August 2011 This document created by Patricia McRae

  2. Important Info Kindergarten • Winter (January) administer PSF (phoneme segmentation fluency) and NWF (nonsense word fluency) • Spring (May) administer PSF and NWF Review the administration guidelines before administering the Assessment (located in the purple, spiral bound booklet located with your DIBELS materials). NWF is a one minute screening assessment. DIBELS are standardized assessments and so must be used exactly as indicated in the administration guidelines. Timing must be accurate. • Questions can be directed to Patricia McRae (pmcrae@rcsdk8.net) or Jane Yuster (jyuster@rcsdk8.net)

  3. Important Info 1st Grade • Fall (September) administer PSF and NWF • Winter (January) administer PSF, NWF and ORF • Spring (May) administer PSF, NWF and ORF Review the administration guidelines before administering the Assessment (located in the purple, spiral bound booklet located with your DIBELS materials). DIBELS are standardized assessments and so must be used exactly as indicated in the administration guidelines. Timing must be accurate. • Questions can be directed to Patricia McRae (pmcrae@rcsdk8.net) or Jane Yuster (jyuster@rcsdk8.net)

  4. Important Info 2nd Grade • Fall (September) administer NWF (nonsense word fluency) and ORF • Winter (January) administer ORF • Spring (May) administer ORF Review the administration guidelines before administering the Assessment (located in the purple, spiral bound booklet located with your DIBELS materials). NWF is a one minute screening assessment. DIBELS are standardized assessments and so must be used exactly as indicated in the administration guidelines. Timing must be accurate. • Questions can be directed to Patricia McRae (pmcrae@rcsdk8.net) or Jane Yuster (jyuster@rcsdk8.net)

  5. NWF Summary Start timer after you say “Begin.” Self-correct: Write “SC” above letter(s)/word and score as correct. Skips row: Draw a line through the entire row and do not count. Discontinue rule: No letter sounds correct in the first five words. Three-second Rule: Name the letter/word, score as incorrect (slash) and, if necessary, point to the next letter/word and ask, “What letter/word?” Sound order: Letter sounds correctly named in isolation but out of order are correct. Blended letter sounds must be in correct order to be counted as correct.

  6. NWF Review • How do I mark letter sounds that are read correctly? Underline each letter sound read correctly, in isolation or blended or in the context of the whole word. • How do I mark letter sounds that are read incorrectly? Slash letter sounds read incorrectly. • What do I do if the student hesitates for 3 seconds when reading sound-by-sound? Say the sound, slash the letter, and, if necessary, point to the next letter and ask, “What sound?” • What do I do if the student hesitates for 3 seconds when reading word-by-word? Say the word, slash the word and, if necessary, point to the next word and ask, “What word?” • What do I do if the student reads sounds out of order when reading sound-by-sound? If the student points correctly to the sounds, score as correct. • What do I do if the student reads sounds out of order when reading word-by-word? Score as incorrect.

  7. 48 4 Final Score: Benchmark Assessment • Transfer total number of correct letter sounds and number of words correctly recoded from scoring page to front of benchmark assessment booklet. • What does a score of 48 on NWF in middle of K mean? • What will you do if you have any question about the accuracy/validity of the benchmark score?

  8. Nonsense Word Fluency (NWF) Score: 48 correct letter sounds with 4words correctly recoded in 1 minute

  9. Add number of correct letter sounds for each line (up to bracket). Record total for each line in space provided in right column of scoring page. Add number of correct letter sounds from each line. Record total number of correct letter sounds in space provided in lower right corner of scoring page. Add number of words correctly recoded and record in same space (use slash to separate scores). 12 11 10 10 0 5 48 4 Errors on middle vowels; starting to recode v-c and rime.