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1 D Student: LONGBLANKLONGBLANKLONGBLANK Extension Level Mastery Tests Teacher s Cumulative Record Have the student read from the student card for each test as you record his responses. Place a blank piece of paper or an index card under each row to help the student follow the row. If the student is taking the mastery test for a second time, mark his answers with a different color pencil. If the student does not pass the test, reteach the previous group of lessons. Word correct: write a check mark ( ) Word incorrect: write exactly what the student said No answer given: write NR (no response) Mastery Test 1 (follows Review Lesson 5) wet fog gas hit sun pan fix bus tell dot the he what some little see under by to I be are have no my a she so why come fly we go me do Number right: sblank /25 Pass (20 25 correct) or Not Pass (continues) Developmental SIPPS Studies Extension Center and Level John Shefelbine. Permission is granted for reproduction of this material for educational use only. 437 Mastery Tests (page 1 of 14)

2 Extension Level Mastery Tests (continued) D Mastery Test 2 (follows Review Lesson 10) shop math quit ship thin fish this rash shut path play for way all out call our from put ball of small here you want day Number right: sblank /16 Pass (13 16 correct) or Not Pass Mastery Test 3 (follows Review Lesson 15) hang deck when match neck fudge such catch rang chip any your does said where old down find was her goes like they many cold says over one bird saw there gold Number right: sblank /22 Pass (17 22 correct) or Not Pass (continues) 438. Permission is granted for reproduction of this material for educational use only. Mastery Tests (page 2 of 14)

3 Extension Level Mastery Tests (continued) D Mastery Test 4 (follows Lesson 5) log blmmediumblank passes blmmediumblank filled blmmediumblank gum blmmediumblank pens blmmediumblank hopped blmmediumblank sing blmmediumblank batted blmmediumblank petting blmmediumblank rips blmmediumblank other blmmediumblank walk blmmediumblank mother blmmediumblank talk blmmediumblank their blmmediumblank father blmmediumblank water blmmediumblank brother blmmediumblank too blmmediumblank Number right: sblank /9 Pass (7 9 correct) or Not Pass Mastery Test 5 (follows Lesson 9) dress plug spill stuck frog smell flash class desk slip again food been large live(2) very after both look every carry give Number right: sblank /13 Pass (10 13 correct) or Not Pass (continues). Permission is granted for reproduction of this material for educational use only. 439 Mastery Tests (page 3 of 14)

4 Extension Level Mastery Tests (continued) D Mastery Test 6 (follows Lesson 15) lake cone eve lock rule spine sung spin save while would blmmediumblank wild blmmediumblank children blmmediumblank pull blmmediumblank friend blmmediumblank school blmmediumblank full blmmediumblank watch blmmediumblank child blmmediumblank could blmmediumblank Mastery Test 7 (follows Lesson 17) tapped blmmediumblank hops blmmediumblank selling blmmediumblank taped blmmediumblank fitting blmmediumblank wishes blmmediumblank hiding blmmediumblank rubbed blmmediumblank hopes blmmediumblank times blmmediumblank won t blmmediumblank most blmmediumblank ready blmmediumblank don t blmmediumblank read(2) blmmediumblank blmmediumblank were blmmediumblank people blmmediumblank good blmmediumblank move blmmediumblank (continues) 440. Permission is granted for reproduction of this material for educational use only. Mastery Tests (page 4 of 14)

5 Extension Level Mastery Tests (continued) D Mastery Test 8 (follows Lesson 20) fur meat herd stir week leaf term dirt team burn work blmmediumblank gone blmmediumblank today blmmediumblank once blmmediumblank great blmmediumblank word blmmediumblank few blmmediumblank because blmmediumblank who blmmediumblank push blmmediumblank done blmmediumblank sure blmmediumblank love blmmediumblank answer blmmediumblank nothing blmmediumblank Number right: sblank /15 Pass (12 15 correct) or Not Pass Mastery Test 9 (follows Lesson 25) pail arm lay worn far fork pay aim main sort kind blmmediumblank even blmmediumblank never blmmediumblank change blmmediumblank ever blmmediumblank should blmmediumblank mind blmmediumblank ago blmmediumblank only blmmediumblank woman blmmediumblank toward blmmediumblank won blmmediumblank women blmmediumblank often blmmediumblank Number right: sblank /14 Pass (11 14 correct) or Not Pass (continues). Permission is granted for reproduction of this material for educational use only. Mastery Tests (page 5 of 14) 441

6 Extension Level Mastery Tests (continued) D Mastery Test 10 (follows Lesson 30) soap cook snow chew wall town salt loaf wood pool POLYSYLLABIC WORDS (5-second limit per word) bottle blmmediumblank handle blmmediumblank bubble blmmediumblank turtle blmmediumblank puddle blmmediumblank Number right: sblank /5 Pass (4 5 correct) or Not Pass Mr. blmmediumblank blue blmmediumblank head blmmediumblank whole blmmediumblank Mrs. blmmediumblank who s blmmediumblank Miss blmmediumblank bread blmmediumblank beautiful blmmediumblank true blmmediumblank whose blmmediumblank four blmmediumblank picture blmmediumblank eye blmmediumblank guess blmmediumblank Ms. blmmediumblank Number right: sblank /16 Pass (13 16 correct) or Not Pass Mastery Test 11 (follows Lesson 35) round blmmediumblank knee blmmediumblank penny blmmediumblank tight blmmediumblank fry blmmediumblank wrote blmmediumblank loud blmmediumblank cry blmmediumblank spoon blmmediumblank sleepy blmmediumblank POLYSYLLABIC WORDS (5-second limit per word) purple blmmediumblank summer blmmediumblank airport blmmediumblank farmer blmmediumblank giggle blmmediumblank Number right: sblank /5 Pass (4 5 correct) or Not Pass (continues) 442. Permission is granted for reproduction of this material for educational use only. Mastery Tests (page 6 of 14)

7 Extension Level Mastery Tests (continued) D build blmmediumblank buy blmmediumblank piece blmmediumblank built blmmediumblank shoe blmmediumblank money blmmediumblank hour blmmediumblank month blmmediumblank key blmmediumblank busy blmmediumblank door blmmediumblank half blmmediumblank floor blmmediumblank toe blmmediumblank eight blmmediumblank Number right: sblank /15 Pass (12 15 correct) or Not Pass Mastery Test 12 (follows Lesson 40) dry paw point fault cent sigh dirty mouth race joy POLYSYLLABIC WORDS (5-second limit per word) middle blmmediumblank battle blmmediumblank bedroom blmmediumblank winter blmmediumblank unfair blmmediumblank Number right: sblank /5 Pass (4 5 correct) or Not Pass climb blmmediumblank learn blmmediumblank group blmmediumblank bought blmmediumblank heart blmmediumblank either blmmediumblank tie blmmediumblank heard blmmediumblank pie blmmediumblank brought blmmediumblank young blmmediumblank since blmmediumblank through blmmediumblank earth blmmediumblank neither blmmediumblank early blmmediumblank caught blmmediumblank enough blmmediumblank lie blmmediumblank thought blmmediumblank Number right: sblank /20 Pass (16 20 correct) or Not Pass Developmental Mastery Studies Tests Center (page and 7 John of 14) Shefelbine. Permission is granted for reproduction of this material for Developmental educational use Studies only. Center and John Shefelbine 443

8 Extension Level Mastery Tests Student Card Copy #1 wet fog gas hit sun pan fix bus tell dot the he what some little see under by to I be are have no my a she so why come fly we go me do #2 shop math quit ship thin fish this rash shut path play for way all out call our from put ball of small SIPPS Assessment (continued) here you want day C 444. Permission is granted for reproduction of this material for educational use only. Section C h u d c all Mastery Tests (page 8 of 14) o k b ck if rat him hat mad

9 #3 hang deck when match neck fudge such catch rang chip any your does said where old down find was her goes like they many cold says over one bird saw there gold #4 log passes filled gum pens hopped sing batted petting rips other walk mother talk their father water brother SIPPS Assessment (continued) too C Section C h u d c all. Permission is granted for reproduction of this material for educational use only. o k b ck Mastery Tests (page 9 of 14) if rat him hat mad 445

10 #5 dress plug spill stuck frog smell flash class desk slip again food been large live(2) very after both look every carry give #6 lake cone eve lock rule spine sung spin save while would wild children pull friend school full watch SIPPS Assessment (continued) child could C Section C h u d c all o k b ck if rat him hat mad was go down saw my 446. Permission is granted for reproduction of this material for educational use only. where here they little put Mastery Tests (page 10 of 14) Section D

11 #7 tapped hops selling taped fitting wishes hiding rubbed hopes times won t most ready don t read(2) were people good move #8 fur meat herd stir week leaf term dirt team burn work gone today once great word few because who push done sure SIPPS Assessment (continued) love answer nothing C Section C h u d c all o k b ck. Permission is granted for reproduction of this material for educational use only. if rat him hat mad was go down saw my Mastery Tests (page 11 of 14) where here they little put 447

12 #9 pail arm lay worn far fork pay aim main sort kind even never change ever should mind ago only woman toward won women often #10 soap cook snow chew wall town salt loaf wood pool Polysyllabic Words bottle handle bubble turtle puddle Mr. blue head whole Mrs. who s Miss bread beautiful true whose four SIPPS Assessment (continued) picture eye guess Ms. C 448. Permission is granted for reproduction of this material for educational use only. Section C h u d c all Mastery Tests (page 12 of 14) o k b ck

13 #11 round knee penny tight fry wrote loud cry spoon sleepy Polysyllabic Words purple summer airport farmer giggle build buy piece built shoe money hour month key busy door half SIPPS Assessment (continued) floor toe eight C Section C h u d c all o k b ck if rat him hat mad was go down saw my where here they little put Section D p g l e w sick mad tack cut rock. Permission is granted for reproduction of this material for educational use only. fall kid mop hot duck Mastery Tests (page 13 of 14) her over have said of out some like be come 449

14 #12 dry paw point fault cent sigh dirty mouth race joy Polysyllabic Words middle battle bedroom winter unfair climb learn group bought heart either tie heard pie brought young since through earth neither early SIPPS Assessment (continued) caught enough lie thought C Section C h u d c all o k b ck if rat him hat mad was go down saw my where here they little put Section D p g l e w sick mad tack cut rock 450. Permission is granted for reproduction of this material for educational use only. fall kid mop hot duck Mastery Tests (page 14 of 14) her over have said of out some like be come

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