વાંચન સમીક્ષા ચકાસણી , vachan samiksha by swiftchat
A new platform of Reading Review (ORF) has been made available through AI technology, a new initiative to assess students’ reading speed and accuracy
In which the Reading Review (ORF) can be assessed for all students of classes 3 to 8.
With the use of this innovative technology, teachers will be able to conduct ORF assessment of maximum number of students in less time. So the time and energy of the teachers can be saved. Also, the reading review application will provide details on how many words students can read per minute, where words are mispronounced, how many words are missed, and if some extra words are added.
Based on this result, all the details about the necessary remedial work to strengthen the students’ reading will be available to the teachers, based on which effective remedial work can be carried out. A link and guidelines for conducting the Student Reading Review (ORF) assessment are attached. which will be studied in detail to ensure that all students are assessed for reading review ORF.
Oral reading fluency is the ability to read texts aloud with accuracy, appropriate speed and prosody (expression and phrasing). Reading fluency has been identified as a key component of successful reading.
Reading is a complex cognitive process whereby skilled readers decode texts to make meaning. However, reading comprehension is not automatic even when fluency is strong, so educators need to ensure the teaching of comprehension occurs in conjunction with teaching fluency.
The elements that underpin fluency, such as phonological awareness, phonemic awareness and phonics, support word recognition and need to be developed over time so that students can read accurately and with appropriate speed.
Additionally, ensuring students understand the texts they read will enhance the reciprocal relationship between comprehension and fluency. Differentiated teaching of fluency is important, as not all students will automatically develop reading fluency. Monitoring fluency will help teachers determine if students are improving their decoding skills as well as their ability to apply elements of oral language to the text.
Teachers can support students to note punctuation and see where sentences can be broken up into meaningful phrases. This may include identifying declarative sentences that require a decline in pitch; identifying questions which require a raise in pitch; identifying where pauses are appropriate and using expression for character dialogue.
Teachers and students can set and monitor goals for reading fluency. Goals may be set around word accuracy, prosody or reading with appropriate speed. However, caution needs to be taken when setting goals about appropriate speed of reading.
Studies have highlighted that measuring reading speed is the dominant assessment of fluency, but fast reading does not always mean fluent reading. Some students including those who speak languages other than English may read at slower rates and therefore goal setting for prosody and accuracy rather than speed will be of greater importance
ORF Assessment with AI Technology, વાંચન સમીક્ષા ચકાસણી , vachan samiksha by swiftchat