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RE3030 Spelling Assignment Spring 2012. Lindsey Spleet , Alicia Chester, Lisa Shoemaker. Part 1: Classroom Assessment (QIWK)—Background. Classroom: 5 th Grade Number of students: 18 QIWK Lists: III, IV, V How is spelling taught in class: No formal spelling instruction has been observed.

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Re3030 spelling assignment spring 2012

RE3030 Spelling AssignmentSpring 2012

Lindsey Spleet, Alicia Chester, Lisa Shoemaker


Part 1 classroom assessment qiwk background

Part 1: Classroom Assessment (QIWK)—Background

  • Classroom: 5th Grade

  • Number of students: 18

  • QIWK Lists: III, IV, V

  • How is spelling taught in class: No formal spelling instruction has been observed.


Part 1 qiwk findings rank order table

Part 1: QIWK Findings—Rank Order Table


Part 1 qiwk findings word study grouping

Part 1: QIWK Findings—Word Study Grouping


Part 2 individual assessment background

Part 2: Individual Assessment –Background

  • Kid’s name: N.B.

  • Grade: 5th

  • Sex: Male

  • Other info: Student gains some of his content information from the Special Education classroom.


Part 2 individual assessment passage reading findings

Part 2: Individual Assessment –Passage Reading Findings

INSTRUCTIONAL LEVEL 1-2

“GRAY AREA” LEVEL 2nd

FRUSTRATIONAL LEVEL 3rd


Part 2 individual assessment observations

Part 2: Individual Assessment –Observations

  • For the retest the student did much worse than he did in the initial assessment. This may be due to the fact the he had been practicing his reading prior to this level on the previous testing day.

  • He is shy & quiet

  • His body language mimicked the difficulty of the reading passage.

  • He is very artistic

  • Low confidence in personal ability

  • He acts embarrassed a lot.


Reading sample 1

Reading Sample 1


Audio sample of retest

Audio Sample of Retest


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