Hierarchy

Hierarchy of tests / subtests in order from lowest to highest

Start with the TVPS and end with the Neale / GORT
It is important to view the data for any client in this order

Hierarchy of tests / subtests in order from lowest to highest
I
t is important to view the data for any individual client in this order. We  find that it in general the items lower in the hierarchy (e.g. Visual) will prevent higher level performance if there are poor scores for these components.

Comprehension, a high level item, will usually be compromised when there are low level items scoring poorly. Simply remediation of these lower items will often result in improved reading technique and ability and this alone will facilitate better comprehension.



Assessment

Subtest

G.O.R.T.

Form A / B

Rate

 

Accuracy

 

Fluency

 

Comprehension

Neale

Form 1 / 2

Accuracy

 

Comprehension

 

Rate

Woodcock Reading Mastery

Word Identification

Form G / H

Word Attack

 

Passage Comprehension

QUIL

Non-Word Spelling

Syllable Segmentation

Phoneme Segmentation

LAC

Student’s Score

TVPS

Visual Discrimination

Visual Memory

Form Constancy

Visual Closure