Different Methods Of Literacy Learning For Students Chapter

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¶ … program READ 180 is designed for children in elementary school through high school whose achievement of reading is not above the level of proficiency. The main objective of this program is to address the gap in the skills of the students by using direct instruction, literature and computer program in the reading skills. The goal of the software is to adapt and track the progress of every student. Apart from that, the program also includes audio books with CDs for modeling reading, paperback books for independent reading and workbooks for addressing the comprehension skills of the students (WWC, 2009).

Scholastic Reading Inventory (SRI): Decision Making Process

Scholastic Reading Inventory (SRI) is a test of reading comprehension that assesses the reading skills of the students. The scores that come from this test help the teachers to place the students on the correct path and help the teachers to adjust their style of teaching according to the needs of the students. The SRI has 5,119 questions that are based on passages from children's literature nonfiction and fiction along with excerpts from periodicals, magazines, newspapers, classic and young adult literature. The students take the tests and answer cloze questions or fill-in-the-blank that measures how they comprehend the passage (SRI Manual, 2012).

Before implementation, I could collect the basic data through measurements of the reading abilities through the following categories; comprehension, inferences, vocabulary and literal explicit. The good thing about SRI is that it molds itself according to the needs of the students, so assembling a proper plan for it would be a good idea. The leadership team of the decision-making process involved the program managers, policy group representatives, and key staff members. (Steps to Success,...

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Every test assesses the ability of the students and they are designed to monitor support instruction and content progress. The rSkills tests are of two types which includes grade level comprehension passages and below grade level passages (Crismond, Gervasi, Harris, Kane, & Whitzell, n.d.)

Reading Counts Quizzes

Whenever a student finishes a book, he/she logs into the Scholastic Reading Counts! Software and take the test after which the teacher can use that score to;

Evaluate progress, monitor independent reading make sure that the students are reading the books that of the correct level track the success rate of the quizzes learn about the books that the students enjoy share the progress of the students with the parents celebrate the achievement and growth of the students (Crismond, Gervasi, Harris, Kane, & Whitzell, n.d.)

Workshop Wrap-up

The students take an assessment after the end of every Workshop in which there are different literal to high level thinking questions that target the vocabulary and comprehension skills of the students. Apart from that, students also learn to be patient, and get practice for the open-ended answers (Crismond, Gervasi, Harris, Kane, & Whitzell, n.d.).

Self-Evaluation

This can help the students to learn about having a more active role and think in critical ways (Crismond, Gervasi, Harris, Kane, & Whitzell, n.d.)

Student Conferences

These conferences give a chance to track down a student's performance through the whole year. Different points discussed in the conference are:

Setting of goals, rBooks workshops, reports about the performances of the students, and Independent and modeled reading progress (Crismond, Gervasi, Harris, Kane, & Whitzell, n.d.)

Bibliography

Crismond, M., Gervasi, E., Harris, J., Kane, J., & Whitzell, C. (n.d.). Camden City Public Schools Read 180 Handbook. Camden City Public School.

(2012). Scholastic Reading Inventory Software Manual. Scholastic Inc. .

Steps to Success. (n.d.). Decision Maker Guide. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

WWC.…

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Bibliography

Betebenner, D.W. (2011). A Technical Overview of the Student Growth Percentile Methodology: Student Growth Percentiles and Percentile Growth Projections/Trajectories. New Hampshire: The National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment Dover.

Bonds, M., Blewett, P., Sain, M., Spence, J., Woodward, A., Miller, L., . . . Falk, T. (2011). District Report Card. Milwaukee Board of School Directors.

Data Interpretation Guide. (n.d.). SPI.

Flynn, J.E., Bieler, D., Kim, H., Dow, R.R., Wong, C., & Worden, L. (n.d.). Recruiting and Retaining Students from Underrepresented Groups in University of Delaware Teacher Preparation Programs. Collaborative to Diversify Teacher Education at the University of Delaware.


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