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eRead and Report - User's Guide

eRead and Report - User's Guide

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Published by: William K. McIntosh on Mar 31, 2013
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User's Guide
www.rourkeeducationalmedia.com rourke@rourkeeducationalmedia.com
 User’s Guide
e-Read and Report
What is e-Read and Report?
Rourke’s e-Read and Report program is a reading comprehension and vocabulary assessmentprogram designed or grades K – 12. This program utilizes Rourke’s highly engaginginormational e-Books. Students have the opportunity to read one o the e-Books and thenanswer vocabulary and comprehension questions.Rourke’s e-Read and Report program eatures vocabulary usage questions ocusing onTier I, Tier II and Tier III vocabulary words. Students will read the denition o a word andthen select the correct usage sentence or sentences. Each vocabulary denition will have vepossible answers or students to choose rom. In books that are in the Guided Reading LevelsA – M there are 5 vocabulary words with photo support. Books or Guided Reading Levels N –Z+ will have 10 words without photo support. In addition to a total score or vocabulary, students and teachers see the specic words thatthe student got correct and incorrect. Each word is coded as a Tier I, Tier II or Tier III wordand a score or Tier I, Tier II and Tier III words is given.Rourke’s e-Read and Report program also eatures comprehension questions. Each title will have ve comprehension questions with ve possible answers or students to choose rom.All comprehension questions ocus on inormational text and ction reading strategies orcomprehension listed below:1. Using and interpreting text eatures (graphs, charts, maps)2. Determining importance or main idea and identiying key details3. Synthesizing or summarizing complex concepts or processes4. Visualizing5. Making inerences6. Making connections7. Asking questions
User's Guide
and who is eligible to participate
or asking the classroom teacher to provide a report or you
Getting Started with e-Read and Report
At the time o purchase, Rourke Educational Media’s IT department will supply your school ordistricts IT department with the data structure to automate the uploading o all student andteacher inormation, including logins and passwords, to e-Read and Report.
e-Read and Report is easy to access on any internet connected computer, tablet or smartphone at the web address provided below.
When prompted, you simply login using the usernameand password provided to you by Rourke or by your
be able to add students, create assignments, viewand print student reports.The web address or e-Read and Report is thesame or both students, teachers, and buildingadministrators. The login and password determineswhat the user can access in the program.

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