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This is a first, but by my interpretation, you would be determining this
student's listening level. For elementary students, this is considered
their potential reading level.  


Barbara Kitcey
Remediation Specialist
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh
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From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals
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Sent: Tuesday, December 20, 2005 5:30 PM
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Subject: Reading Out Loud Nelson Denny Reading Assessment

Dear Members:
I have a student with a learning disability for which an accommodation
is to have tests read out loud to her.  What would your interpretation
be about having the entire Nelson Denny test read out loud to this
student?  Would the grade level or percentile rank be correct? What
about the time factor?  



Mary Weller
Reading and Study Skills Instructor
Kellogg Community College
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