Is there a way to see the comprehension questions, responses, and the responses the students chose for the Reading Zone comprehension component?

I would like access to each student's Reading Zone comprehension test so that I can really be specific in my interventions. I know there is a report that gives me the skill and the percentage the student earned on the skill, but it would be so helpful to actually see the questions, choices of responses, and the student's responses so I can gain some understanding into their misconceptions. What I am looking for is a test printout like the one that is offered for the Reading Inventory only it would be for the Reading Zone.

By Danna
Posted on: September 30 2018
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  • AskDee

    Those exact questions are not available. I usually talk to students in generalities about those questions after looking at the report. One thing that I emphasize to them, though, is that they can look back at the text at any time when they are answering the questions. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

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