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Stanford Grade 5 Spring-Grade 6 Fall (Intermediate 2 test)

Stanford Grade 5 Spring-Grade 6 Fall (Intermediate 2 test)

Intermediate 2 Complete Battery includes Reading Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, Mathematics Problem Solving and Procedures, Language, Spelling, Listening, Science and Social Science subtests. To be used during the 2nd semester of Grade 5 or the 1st semester of Grade 6.

  • Author - Pearson
  • Copyright Year - 2003
  • Format - separate answer document
  • Length - 5.5 hrs. (approx.)
  • Grade Level - 5,6
  • Publisher - Pearson
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Stanford Grade 5 Spring-Grade 6 Fall (Intermediate 2 test)

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Stanford Grade 5 Spring-Grade 6 Fall (Intermediate 2 test) is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great product that lacks instructions I love the quality of Stanford tests. This is probably the 4th year we have used them during homeschooling. However, I am always frustrated with the lack of instructions. For example, there are two (language?) sections, but the test doesn't tell you which one to use for what purpose. Also, the explicit instructions for the kids are great (the ones that we are to read). however, the instructions for the proctors are so lengthy and don't really tell you what the test is really about (it seems that the proctor instructions may be standard across all grades of tests?). Summarize these instructions with better bulletized info that can be read easily instead of lengthy, page upon page instructions.
Date published: 2018-05-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very nicely put together Overall very well illustrated and written for students to follow with ease. I will be buying them for next year as well
Date published: 2017-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use No advance preparation necessary. Easily flows to guide student in testing.
Date published: 2017-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I Love this material We love this testing material. This allows my kids the time it needs to complete each section without rushing because of time restraints. It is also so easy to administer.
Date published: 2016-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from works for us I'm so happy they are continuing to offer the Stanford 10! We have been using it for years, and have been very happy with it. One important factor for me is that it is not timed. My son is very good at math, but works very slowly. The timed math section in the Iowa Test drove us away when my son was in 3rd grade. One issue that may also pop up on other tests as well are the pre-reading skills. My daughter started reading at age 4 (nearly 5). Because we never did the sound worksheets like schools use, she had an excellent reading score, but tested poorly in pre-reading skills. I figured logic would explain that to the County, and never worried about trying to improve that score the next couple of years. They drop it in 4th(?) grade. We
Date published: 2016-05-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super easy to administer I homeschooled for the first time this past year, and this testing was a state requirement. I was nervous about administering this test, but it was well laid out with great explanation. No problem!
Date published: 2015-08-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Review of the Stanford 10 The Stanford can have practical value if it is used over time (several years of administration) to identify strengths and weaknesses in curriculum as well as in student learning. It can be useful especially in reading, language, and mathematics to strengthen specific academic skills. One weakness in the test is in Social Studies. This area seems to examine issues and questions of little application to students, and is often dependent on material they have not studied, especially in the lower grades. Science is a strong subtest, as it is less "fact" based and more "thinking" based, as are parts of the Reading and Listening tests. The much needed skills of drawing conclusions and making inferences are strengths in most of the subtests. It is a good examination of basic academic skills and the score sheets give an understandable way to interpret student scores; one measure of student learning. I wonder why Listening is the last subtest suggested in the recommended schedule. Because students have been testing for several days, they are typically tired and ready for it to be over by the time the Listening subtest is given. Listening well takes concentration and focus. By the last day, they aren't 100% in either of those categories. The untimed nature of the test is good for students who need it.
Date published: 2015-05-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great test, but would definitely spread it out over 2 mornings and an afternoon, or 3 mornings. For readers who struggle with fluency, this is a great test because it is untimed. Students who need extra time to read or process information are allowed the time they need to do their best. I feel it more accurately shows what they are capable of.
Date published: 2014-07-06
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