2 Running Record Common Standards Format and conventionsBased on what you observedCalculating /scoringInterpreting or analyzing
3 Why do a Running Record/ Record of Oral Reading? Summarize a reader’s understanding of written languageIdentify student’s strengths and weaknessesIdentify a reading levelMonitor student’s progressPinpoint and make decisions about grouping and teaching2-3 min
4 Accurate ReadingAccurate reading is recorded with a check mark for each correct word. The dog ran down the street.No Errors
5 SubstitutionsSubstitutions are recorded with what the reader says on top and the correct word on the bottom. cat dogThe dog ran down the street.Substitution = 1 Error
6 Repetitions Repetitions are a recording of words or phrases repeated. A line is drawn above what is repeated with the letter “R” placed at the point where the child stopped to go back and repeat __________ R The dog ran down the street.No Error
7 Self CorrectionsSelf corrections occur when a previous error is correct. This is written as SC (self-correction). cat |SC dog|The dog ran down the street.No Error
8 OmissionsIf no response is given to a word, it is recorded with a dash over the word omitted. downThe dog ran down the street.Omission=1 Error
9 Insertions If an extra response is given, it is record over a dash. big -The dog ran down the street.Insertions=1 Error
10 ToldIf the child balks, unable to proceed because he is aware he has made an error or cannot not attempt, he is told the word-written T. dig | or | down | T ran | TThe dog ran down the street.Told = 1 Error
11 AppealsAn appeal for help from the child is turned back to the child for further effort before using T. (say “try it”) | A| or | A| run down| | T ran | |The dog ran down the street.Appeal = 1 Error if wrong answer or T given
12 Try That Again Then run dust that TTA =1 Error Sometimes the child gets into a state of confusion and it is necessary to assist. Put brackets around the first words that caused confusion and , enter the TTA, then begin a fresh record of the problem text. Then run dust that TTA =1 ErrorThe ran down the run ranThe dog ran down the street.One ErrorThe most detached method of doing this is to say “try that again”. This does not involve any teaching.
13 Sounding Out Sometimes students decode words in ways that are not natural or fluent. d/o/g The dog ran down the street.
14 ReversalsSometimes kids read words and in the process reverse the words. The god ran down the street. dog This is counted as an error
16 Quick Tips for Oral Reading SubstitutionErrorRepetitionNot an errorSelf-correctionOmissionInsertionReversalSounding Out**Error if sounded out incorrectlyTeacher Told WordLong PausesNamesError only onceRecording FluencyTina – Go over the conventions wit examples. 15 minutes
17 Practice Running Records… Group practice: ItemGroup Practice 2: Item 9Group Practice 3: All conventions
18 Analyzing errors and Self-corrections Consider the behavior up to the point of errorSelf-corrections –what did the student use to automatically correct the errorAnalyze errors first and then the self- correctionWhat did the student use:meaning, syntax or visual information2-3 min
19 Sources of information Meaning/SemanticsUses pictures or illustrationsBackground knowledgeAt word, phrase sentence levelStructure/SyntaxDoes it sound right/could you say that wayTense agreementStory structuresVisualDoes it look right?Used initial, medial, endClusters, chunksOne to one
20 Time to Analyze our Records! Whole GroupandPartner work5 min
21 You cannot personalize learning without data. Phil Stubbs Data is Key….You cannot personalize learning without data. Phil Stubbs
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