We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byRyleigh Fenton
Modified about 1 year ago
What is fluency? Fluency- the ability to read with speed, accuracy, and proper expression.
How we practice By partner reading By reading aloud in class By reading a specific passage for one minute with an assigned partner
What fluency practice looks like Sit next to your partner- “Look, Lean, Whisper” Recorder is always right. Be sensitive to your partner- everyone is here to learn Partner A Parnter B
Fluency goals high school: w.p.m 98% accuracy – 2 errors or less per 100 words
Discontinue Rule If the student doesn’t read any words correctly in the 1 st row, stop and the score is 0.
Hesitate/Struggle 3 seconds- mark the word incorrect and tell your partner the word
Hyphenated Words Count all words that can stand alone separately – Ex. Mother-in-law ( 3 words) Count all words that cannot stand alone as one word – ex. Yo-yo (1 word)
Numerals Read as one word – Ex. 109 = one hundred nine
Mispronounced Word Counts as an error They read: The sky was dark and cloudy. The text says: The sky was dark and mp stormy.
Self-Corrections If within 3-4 seconds, no error They read: The sky was dark and cloudy. I mean, the sky was dark and stormy. The text says: The sky was dark and sc stormy.
Repeated Words Doesn’t affect score Mark by underlining. They read: The sky was dark and, the sky was dark and stormy. The text says: The sky was dark and stormy.
Inserted Words Counts as 1 error per word. They read: The blue sky was dark and very stormy. blue The text says: The ^sky was dark and very ^ stormy. (2 errors)
Omitted Words Count as 1 error per word They read: The sky was dark. The text says: The sky was dark and stormy. (2 errors)
Word Order Count as 1 error for every word out of order They read: The sky was stormy and dark. The text says: The sky was dark and stormy. (2 errors)
If you finish the passage and there is still time left, begin reading the passage again.
Miscues MP = Mispronounced word SC = Self-correction ___ = Repeated word ^ = Inserted word Circle = omitted word Arrow = word order
Final Thoughts Fluency is not a competition. It is for you to personally improve your reading skills. Do not try to rush through the passages; remember that your goal is 98% accuracy.
QRI IV Training Qualitative Reading Inventory. What is it? An informal reading inventory It is NOT a standardized test.
Why assess Word Recognition in Context? Provides measure of student’s fluency (through reading rates/qualitative measures of expression) Comprehension.
Reading - Curriculum-Based Measurement (R-CBM) Edformation’s Standard Reading Assessment Passages Students read aloud for 1 minute from Edformation’s.
Curriculum Based Measurement: Reading (a.k.a. Oral Reading Fluency) Administration & Scoring Rules St. Croix River Education District Minnesota.
Materials For The Module Training Book DIBELS ® Next Assessment Manual Stopwatch Clipboard Pen or pencil DIBELS ® Next Kindergarten Scoring Booklet DIBELS.
DIBELS ® Assess the Basic Early Literacy Skills 2.
Analytical Reading Inventory Grades 4-8. What? The ARI is an informal, individualized reading inventory. This inventory will allow you to analyze decoding,
Administration and Scoring of READING-CURRICULUM-BASED MEASUREMENT (R-CBM) for Use in General Outcome Measurement Mark R. Shinn, Ph.D. Michelle M. Shinn,
Materials For The Module Training Book DIBELS ® Next Assessment Manual Stopwatch Pen or pencil DIBELS ® Next Kindergarten and 1 st Grade Scoring Booklets.
Informal Reading Inventory Dr. Melissa Comer Tennessee Tech University.
1 AIMSweb: R-CBM Administration and Scoring Presented by Debbie Oliver, RtI Coordinator for Stanly County Schools Adapted from Amy Jablonski’s 2009 Presentation.
QUALITATIVE READING INVENTORY Presented by: Sara King 2014.
Test Your Knowledge. x + 3 =6 a.5 b.4 c.3 d.2 y - 11= 78 a. 69 b. 89 c. 87 d. 68.
DIBELS Progress Monitoring Instructions and Video Testing Samples.
1. 2 What is ? CBMReading is Curriculum Based Measurement for reading –Screen/Benchmark 3 times a year (all students) –Read a 3 grade-level passages.
Module 5 Lesson 10. Objective Use math drawings to represent additions with up to two compositions and relate drawings to the addition algorithm.
Progress Monitoring with Curriculum Based Measurement Tracey Hall CAST Oral Reading Fluency.
CBM in Reading Develop Measures Administration Scoring Graphic Display Analysis of Graphic Display Error Analysis Implications for Instruction.
Review of Six Minute Protocols Sabin Elementary. Six Minute Solution Instructional Format Teacher sets timer & says, “Begin” Partner 1 reads & Partner.
Lana Titus (with Rose Hill staff members Debbie Firebaugh and Kathy Feigl) CI 837 Fall 2012.
© 2007, Dynamic Measurement Group DIBELS THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF PHILADELPHIA Office of Assessment Office of Curriculum, Instruction and Teacher Development.
August 22, 2016 READING 3-D TRAINING. Overview All students will need a benchmark assessment beginning September 5 th Students will need several assessments.
Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM) URI – EDC 452.
The Running Record The Running Record is a record or errors, or miscues, that readers make as they are reading. Why do we use Running Records? to evaluate.
ESL PLC Meetings October 14 & 15, 2013 What’s Different About Teaching Reading to Students Learning English? Chapter 5: Fluency.
Intermediate DRA Training Dean Richards. Nuts and bolts The purpose of the DRA to diagnose student reading issues and guiding instruction in the classroom.
MASI-R Oral Reading Fluency Measures. Overview Individually administered Takes approximately 5 minutes Two or Three, 1 minute, grade level passages are.
Kindergarten Reading Comprehension AP3. Once signed in on the PMRN, the K-2 Demo link is at the left on the main homepage. The K-2 Demo has first.
Sight-Word Reading Instructional process by which students learn to instantly recognize words Usually refers to just the end product— _________ _______.
IDEL™ Training: Administration and Scoring of “Fluidez en la Lectura Oral (FLO)” D ynamic M easurement G roup Supporting School Success One Step at a Time.
Understanding DIBELS Next Understanding DIBELS Next Addressing Questions About Your Student’s Testing.
Integrating Technology into Developmental Writing Sentence Patterns.
The School District of Philadelphia Office of Assessment Office of Curriculum, Instruction and Teacher Development Literacy Assessment Tools – Grades.
English Language Arts/Reading Domain 1 Competency 6 Reading Fluency.
1 Reading Assessments. 2 EAs often assist with student assessments by conducting ______________________ assessments of language skills.
Fountas & Pinnell Benchmark Assessment Review. Testing Reminders alternate texts test all three levels administer the oral reading, coding, miscue analysis.
10 Steps to Successful Performances
DIBELS Next Review of Scoring Melrose Public Schools September 2012.
1 Administration and Scoring of Early Literacy Measures for Use with AIMSweb Power Point Created by Jillyan Kennedy Based on Administration and Scoring.
BOY Refresher. General Scoring Guidelines SCHWA No penalty for schwa sound /u/ added to consonant sounds. (“buh” for /b/) – Please model the clipped sound,
MODULE 1 LESSON 2 Relate multiplication to the array model.
2008 Student Progress Monitoring & Data-Based Instruction in Special Education Introduction to Using CBM for Progress Monitoring in Reading An overview.
MASI-R Oral Reading Fluency Measures. Screening options have been selected from this resource for our adolescent learners.
Beacon Media Supporting Christian schooling worldwide Running Records and book leveling.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.