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1 PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS PHONICS FLUENCY VOCABULARY COMPREHENSION National Reading Panel Components of an Effective Reading Program

2 Regular Education Special Education Phonological Awareness Phonics Fluency Vocabulary Comprehension Assess for Weaknesses Set Goals Provide Multisensory Reading Instruction (Learning Styles Inventory) Reading Instruction

3 ASSESSMENT SETTING GOALS INTERVENTION STRATEGIES Reading Instruction for Exceptional Education Students

4 ASSESSMENT

5 Assessment Nonreaders Readers

6 Assessment for Nonreaders Letter Recognition Phonics Summary Sight Word Recognition Nonsense Word Recognition

7 Letter Recognition

8 What Sound?

9 Grapheme Phoneme Knowledge

10 Sight Word Recognition Dolch Sight Words high frequency words - leveled (PP, P, 1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd ) Fry High Frequency Words words - grouped by hundreds (1 st hundred, 2 nd hundred, etc.) - arranged by frequency

11 Nonsense Word Reading zit wex zayflum zinchack zapshife zanloak zillgrunk zackvight zingdraph zipdation zoreunrupting

12 Assessment for Readers IRI - Informal Reading Inventory Nonsense Word Inventory (Phonics Summary) Comprehension Sight Word Recognition if below 4 th grade

13 Informal Reading Inventories There are many informal reading inventories being published. Each has its own strengths, weaknesses, and unique characteristics. You have to decide what best fits your needs. Basic Reading Inventory by Jerry L. Johns Informal Reading Inventory by Burns & Roe Qualitative Reading Inventory-4 by Leslie and Caldwell posted an article by International Reading Association “A Critical Analysis of Eight Informal Reading Inventories” (2008)

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15 Assessing Comprehension Select a short passage at the student’s reading level. Prepare questions Ask the student to read the passage silently. Tell the student to retell the story from the beginning. Score their comprehension by what they share. - retelling / summarize - problem / plot -main idea / theme - inference questions

16 Assessing Comprehension The percentage of correct responses indicates the student’s silent reading level: Independent = 90 to 100% Instructional = 75% Frustration = below 70%

17 Formal Reading Assessments Comprehensive Test of Phonological Processing (CTOPP) - Phonological Awareness, Phonological Memory, & Rapid Naming Grays Silent Reading Test (GSRT) - Comprehension Quotient Gray Oral Reading Tests (Gort-4) - Fluency (Accuracy + Rate) - Comprehension - Oral Reading Quotient Test of Word Reading Efficiency (TOWRE) - Sight Word Reading Fluency - Nonsense Word Reading Fluency Comprehensive Receptive & Expressive Vocabulary Test (CREVT-2) - Expressive Vocabulary and Receptive Vocabulary

18 Graded Word List Graded Passages Tells you the grade level passage to give first. Student reads passages until he reaches a frustration level. IRI will yield two scores: -reading accuracy -fluency Administering an IRI

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21 10th Grader Reading an IRI

22 Reading Accuracy Words in Passage: 214 Errors: – % Accurate Words in Passage: 217 Errors: 26 Self Corrects: 4 Time: 2min 31 sec x Words Correct Per Minute Scoring an IRI Fluency

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24 2 nd Grader Reading an IRI (Poco)

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26 Reading Accuracy Words in Passage: 132 Errors: – % Accurate Words in Passage: 137 Errors: 22 Self Corrects: 1 Time: 2min 35 sec x Words Correct Per Minute Scoring: Poco – 2 nd Grader Fluency

27 3 rd Grader Reading an IRI “Poco”

28 Reading Accuracy Words in Passage: 132 Errors: – % Accurate Words in Passage: 137 Errors: 6 Self Corrects: 2 Time: 2min 8sec x Words Correct Per Minute Scoring: Poco -3 rd Grader Fluency

29 3 rd Grader Reading an IRI “Beatrice”

30 Reading Accuracy Words in Passage: 98 Errors: – % Accurate Words in Passage: 113 Errors: 19 Self Corrects: 3 Time: 2min 42sec x Words Correct Per Minute Scoring: Beatrice -3 rd Grader Fluency

31 How would you program for this student? Strengths? Weaknesses?

32 Phonological Awareness Phonics Comprehension Vocabulary Fluency National Reading Panel Components of an Effective Reading Program

33 GOAL SETTING

34 Progress Monitor

35 Set the Reading Goal

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38 INTERVENTION STRATEGIES

39 Reading Program Components Multisensory Structured Instruction Phonemic Awareness Phonics Vocabulary Comprehension Fluency Simultaneous VATK Systematic/Cumulative Direct Instruction Diagnostic Synthetic/Analytical Effective, Efficient Reading Program

40 Eldon Ekwall Students retain:  10% of what they read  20% of what they hear  30% of what they see  50% of what whey see and hear  70% of what they say  90% of what they say and do

41 Multisensory Reading Instruction Simultaneous, Multisensory VATK (Visual, Auditory, Tactile, Kinesthetic) Systematic and Cumulative Direct Instruction Diagnostic Teaching Synthetic & Analytic Instruction

42 Phonemic Awareness Strategies

43 Mold the Letters

44 Sound Card Drills


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