This report will cover new diagnosing and assessing procedures are being used for phonics difficulties. The studies of recent diagnostic procedures for phonics difficulties are important to me, as a teacher because I can learn new ways of diagnosing my students with difficulties they may have in phonics as soon as those difficulties show themselves. Diagnostic testing for phonics is used to identify skill deficits and that need a plan of assistance. As a teacher, I can the most recent combination
currently has around 410 students. Typically around 400 students are enrolled with approximately 110 students permitted. Wilson currently has 91% free and reduced lunch. It is a Title 1 school with a poverty rate of 88.48%. Wilson has a preschool program but it is not directly tied to the school. The Wilson Elementary School Vision is the same as the district’s vision: “Every student prepared for a world yet to be imagined.” Wilson’s Mission is “To pursue knowledge, strive for excellence and to model
Oklahoma Abstract This paper explores related research in aspects of language acquisition, specifically, reading instruction and its effect on students who live in low socioeconomic environments. We will review the methods of explicit phonics and whole language to examine what, if any, is the more advantageous method of reading instruction for students who live in poverty. The purpose of this literature review is to investigate the impacts of specific reading instruction on the literacy
Only one third of students in the U.S. are scoring at proficient levels on reading assessments. The data from 2013 to 2015 has remained relatively unchanged with one exception – children with intellectual disabilities reading scores have actually dropped (National Report Card, 2015). The purpose of this study was to determine if evidence-based reading interventions from the Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR) would increase phoneme blending and segmenting skills in children who have intellectual
Assessment tools take on many forms within the school as well as individual classrooms. Assessments must be administered informal as well as formal in order to determine student needs, differentiate instruction, personalize learning and gauge the effectiveness of instruction. They can vary from a simple teacher observation to a standardized test that is given on a yearly basis (Vacca & Vacca, 2008). “Assessment goes hand in hand with teaching. It is an ongoing process that informs and guides instruction”
the teacher assessment tools, students were placed in learning groups based on the results and interventions were assigned to the individual students. Once the interventions were completed the assessment tools were re-administered to track the effectiveness of the intervention strategies. The teacher researcher chose three interventions to implement. Cooperative learning, guided reading, and reader’s theater are all ways that students can work together to better comprehend what they are reading.
ADHD and Comprehension JVT2 Task 2 Jennifer Blake July 19, 2015 A Written Project Presented to the Faculty of the Teachers College of Western Governors University Abstract There is a need to provide effective comprehension support for students labeled with ADHD. ADHD students struggle with comprehension and there is limited research on comprehension strategies for these student. This is a qualitative research study that proposes to find useful comprehension strategies for students with