Study Group Flashcards
- Brigham Young University-Idaho
- Education 345
- Study Group Flashcards
Last Modified: 2014-07-01
1) selecting the words 2) defining the words 3) finalizing the word lists 4) extending word knowledge
- sharing literature,
- reading aloud,
- writing scripts,
- performing with a purpose, and
- working collaboratively.
Phrase-cued texts are a means to train students to recognize the natural pauses that occur between phrases in their reading. Because phrases are units that often encapsulate key ideas, the student’s ability to identify them can enhance comprehension of the text.
(DIBELS - AimsWeb)
Given to students K - 3rd grade.
Lower Limits: designed to assess reading readiness and phonolgical awareness
Upper Limits: assess fluency and accuracy
(Poster put up that walks the students through these steps when they do not know a word.)
Looking at book cover, making predictions, reading the title, taking a picture walk, reading the book, conversation, etc...
A daily progress monitoring software assessment in wide use but primary and secondary schools for monitoring the practice of reading, and it is created by Renaissance Learning, Inc.
Reading instruction in which the teacher provides the structure and purpose for reading and the responding to the material read. Note: Most basal reading programs have guided reading lessons.
Also called DRA
The measurement of educational achievement by tasks that call for the student to produce a response like that required in the instructional environment, as in portfolios or projects.
Time Order Sequence
1. A cumulative account of selected behavior, as of that of a student noted by a teacher over time.
2. A tool to assess students’ precise reading behaviors
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