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Session 5. Supporting Your Learners : Case Studies. Objectives. Participants will collaboratively examine case studies based on sample data from end-of year assessments

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Session 5

Session 5

Supporting Your Learners :

Case Studies

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Objectives
Objectives

Participants will collaboratively examine case studies based on sample data from end-of year assessments

Participants will understand how Skills remediation lessons are developed from the Assessment and Remediation Guide to address the specific needs of the students

Participants will have the opportunity to build their own lessons based on data they brought

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Case study pathway
Case Study Pathway

  • Walk through of end-of year assessments for kindergarten student, Evan

  • Walk through of end-of year assessments for first grade student, Ella

    For each case study:

    • Gather, score and analyze results from EOY assessments

    • Determine each student’s specific instructional needs

    • Build an instructional plan for each student

    • View a sample lesson from the A & R guide that fits each student’s needs

  • Create lessons for these case studies or your own data using the A & R Guide

  • Analysis of data to determine Evan and Ella’s specific instructional needs

  • Use the Assessment and Remediation Guide to plan targeted lessons for Evan and Ella

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    Case study 1 evan

    Kindergarten End- of-Year Assessments

    Case Study 1: Evan

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    Gathering assessment materials
    Gathering Assessment Materials

    Teacher Guides

    Student Workbooks

    Student assessments

    Individual summary score sheets

    Extra worksheets to do while teacher is administering assessments to other students

    • Testing instructions

    • Answer keys

    • Scoring analysis

    • Class summary sheets

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    Gathering kindergarten eoy assessment materials
    Gathering Kindergarten EOYAssessment Materials

    CS 1

    Teacher’s Guide: Lessons 15-20

    Student Workbook: 15.1, 15.2, 16.1, 16.2, 16.3, 17.1, 17.6, 18.2

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    Kindergarten end of year assessments skills unit 8
    Kindergarten End-Of-Year Assessments Skills Unit 8

    • Word Recognition

    • Lowercase Letter name

    • Tricky Words

    • Psuedoword Reading

    • Real Word Reading

    • Code Knowledge Diagnostic

    • Story Reading: Running record and comprehension

    CS 5

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    Gathering data for students
    Gathering Data for Students

    Individual Summary Score Sheet in Workbook

    Class Summary Sheets in Teacher’s Guide

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    Example eoy results
    Example EOY results

    CS 6

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    Word recognition assessment
    Word Recognition Assessment

    • Whole group

    • 20 words

    • Students who score 90% (18 or more correct) have strong word recognition skills

    • Students who score 90% (less than 18 correct, need further assessment)

    • Evan scored 16/20

    CS 7 – 9

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    Psuedoword assessment
    Psuedoword Assessment

    CS 12 – 13

    Scores 27 or above

    indicate strong word attack skills

    Evan received 23/30

    Next task…Code Knowledge Diagnostic

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    Code knowledge diagnostic assessment
    Code Knowledge Diagnostic Assessment

    • Pinpoints specific letter sound correspondences not yet mastered

    • Evan scored 22 on rows 1-5 suggesting weak letter/sound knowledge

    CS 15 – 17

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    Scoring and analysis
    Scoring and Analysis

    Evan Scored 16.

    Evan scored 23.

    Evan scored 22.

    CS 18 – 19

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    More assessments for evan
    More Assessments for Evan

    The Lowercase Letter Name Assessment

    Tricky Word Assessment

    Evan missed tricky words

    a, was

    • Total Score 22/26

    • Considered: Good

    • Evan missed

    • ‘d’, ‘t’, ‘p’, ‘f’

    CS 20 – 25

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    What will evan need
    What Will Evan Need?

    • Review the assessments and results

    • What does the data tell you?

    • What will Evan need to be retaught?

    CS 6

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    What evan needs
    What Evan Needs

    Assessments

    What to Reteach:

    Medial sound /o/,

    Final sounds /b/, /t/, /d/,

    Digraphs /sh/, /ch/ ,

    Consonant Doubles /ff/

    ‘d’, ‘t’, ‘p’, ‘f’

    a, was

    Code Diagnostic

    Lowercase Letters

    Tricky Words

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    Instructional planning

    For Evan

    Instructional Planning

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    Building an instructional plan for evan
    Building an Instructional Plan for Evan

    Reteach:

    • Medial sound /o/,

    • Final sounds /b/, /t/, /d/,

    • Digraphs /sh/, /ch/

    • Consonant Doubles /ff/

    • Lowercase Letters: ‘d’, ‘t’, ‘p’, ‘f’

    • Tricky Words: a, was

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    Unit 8 a r instructional flowchart
    Unit 8 A & R Instructional Flowchart

    /o/,/b/,/d/,/t/

    /sp/

    /ff/

    AR 2

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    Establishing evan s level of instructional need
    Establishing Evan’s Level of Instructional Need

    Based on Evan’s specific errors, what level of instruction will he require?

    • Guided Reinforcement: On pace some gaps in knowledge

    • Explicit Re-teaching: Explicit instruction in (1) specific literacy component

    • Comprehensive

      Re-teaching: Instruction over (2+) multiple components of literacy

    • .

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    Establishing evan s level of instructional need1
    Establishing Evan’s Level of Instructional Need

    Evan will need to receive explicit reteaching in the areas of phonological awareness and phonics for the specific sounds targeted

    He has not demonstrated preparedness to move onto K Skills Units 9 and 10.

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    Lesson structure for explicit reteaching
    Lesson Structure for Explicit Reteaching

    • Warm-Up

    • Explicit Phonics Instruction

    • Guided Practice (working with skills)

    • Guided Practice (Applying Skills)

    AR 6

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    Sample lesson
    Sample Lesson

    AR 7 – 9

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    Case study 2 ella

    Grade 1 End of Year

    Case Study 2: Ella

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    First and second grades end of year assessments
    First and Second Grades End-Of-Year Assessments

    Three Part Assessment

    Silent Reading Comprehension

    Fluency

    Word Reading In Isolation

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    Gathering first grade eoy assessment materials
    Gathering First Grade EOY Assessment Materials

    CS 26

    • Teachers Guide: Unit 7, Lessons 19–21

    • Student Workbook: 19.1, 19.2, 19.3

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    Focus on comprehension
    Focus on Comprehension

    • Ella answered 1 literal question and 1 evaluative question incorrectly

    • Ella will be assessed for Fluency

    • Work on comprehension

    CS 32 – 38

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    Focus on fluency
    Focus on Fluency

    CS 39 – 46

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    Focus on word reading in isolation
    Focus on Word Reading in Isolation

    CS 47 – 49

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    Directing remediation
    Directing Remediation

    Remediation sheet to group students

    Record phonemes student missed

    CS 50 – 56

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    Instructional planning1

    For Ella

    Instructional Planning

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    What will ella need
    What Will Ella Need?

    • Review the assessments and results

    • What does the data tell you?

    • What will Ella’s instruction need to focus on?

    CS 28 – 29

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    Ella s missed phonemes on word reading assessment
    Ella’s Missed Phonemes on Word Reading Assessment

    Consonants

    /d/, /g/, /j/, /n/, /r/, /s/, /ch, /th/

    Vowels

    /i/, /ae/, /oe/, /aw/

    Record phonemes Ella missed

    CS 48

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    First grade ella s eoy summary
    First Grade Ella’s EOY Summary

    • Received 2 wrong on silent reading

    • Fluency running record taken Ella scored 50%percentile, and is on grade level

    • Scored 75% for word reading

    CS 28 – 29, 41

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    Establishing ella s level of instructional need
    Establishing Ella’s Level of Instructional Need

    Based on Ella’s specific errors, what level of instruction will she require?

    • Guided Reinforcement: On pace some gaps in knowledge

    • Explicit Re-teaching: Explicit instruction in (1)specific literacy component

    • Comprehensive

      Re-teaching: Instruction over (2+) multiple components of literacy

    • .

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    Comprehensive reteaching lesson structure
    Comprehensive Reteaching Lesson Structure

    • Warm-Up

    • Explicit Instruction

    • Guided Practice (working with skills)

    • Guided practice (applying skills)

    • Independent Practice (Progress monitoring)

    AR 11

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    Creating lessons for your data

    Your Turn: Using the A&R Guide

    Creating Lessons for your data

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    Planning instruction with the a r guide
    Planning Instruction With the A & R Guide

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    Is determined by…

    • Observation of student performance during instruction

    • Student scores on performance throughout the units

    • Progress monitoring from the A & R Guide


    Navigating the a r guide for k and first grades
    Navigating the A & R Guide for K and First Grades

    AR 1

    • Step 1: Use the Cross Reference charts and Determining Student Need Flow Charts

    • Step 2: Refer to the Skills Scope and Sequence

    • Step 3: Consider the student’s level of Instructional Need

    • Step 4: Select exercises and assessments and prepare materials for instruction and progress monitoring

    • Step 5: Progress Monitor Students

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    Step 2 use skills scope and sequence
    Step 2: Use Skills ChartsScope and Sequence

    To confirm the earliest point of weakness

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    Step 3 level of instructional need
    Step 3: ChartsLevel of Instructional Need

    Guided

    Reinforcement

    Comprehensive

    Reteaching

    Explicit

    Reteaching

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    Step 4 choose exercises aligned to instruction
    Step 4: Choose Exercises Aligned to Instruction Charts

    Fluency Cards

    Bingo Cards

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    Step 5 monitor student s progress
    Step 5: Monitor Student’s Progress Charts

    Progress Monitoring

    Sheet from A & R Guide

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    Navigating second grade a r guide
    Navigating Second Grade Charts A & R Guide

    AR 1

    Phonics only:

    Typical instructional sequence

    • Determine letter-sound needs

    • Locate in TOC of the A&R guide the section for those letter-sounds

    • Pretest using section assessment

    • Teach lesson(s) using Word Lists, provide practice sheets, read aloud sentences/stories, games

    • Administer post -tests

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    Hyperlinks to the a r guides for each grade
    Hyperlinks to the A & R guides for each grade Charts

    KindergartenFirst GradeSecond Grade

    Unit 3Unit 3Whole guide

    Unit 4Unit 4

    Unit 5Unit 5

    Unit 6Unit 6

    Unit 7

    Unit 8

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    Work time developing targeted lesson plans
    Work Time: Developing Targeted Lesson Plans Charts

    Your Task

    Resources:

    Hyperlinks to A&R guide (Slide 50)

    A&R Navigational Checklist (AR, page 1)

    Lesson plan templates:

    Guided Reinforcement (AR, page 5)

    Explicit Reteaching

    (AR, page 10)

    Comprehensive Reteaching

    (AR, page 13)

    Using:

    • Your class data –or–

    • Evan or Ella’s EOY assessment data

    • Determine student’s area of need.

    • Determine level of instructional need:

    • Guided Reinforcement

    • Explicit Reteaching

    • Comprehensive Reteaching

    • Use the corresponding lesson plan template to develop a targeted lesson.

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    Consensogram
    Consensogram Charts

    Place your 3 red dots on the consensogram.


    Debrief
    Debrief Charts

    Take some time to reflect about the process of navigating the A & R guide.

    • What were the most challenging parts?

    • How well do you feel you would be able to do these tasks on your own?

    • What questions do you still have?

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    Consensogram1
    Consensogram Charts

    How has our level of understanding changed?


    To learn more
    To Learn More Charts

    • Navigating the AR Guide, review:

      Session 4 – Office Hour Recording

    • Determining instructional need, review:

      Session 5 – slides 4–23, 26-37

    • Creating Lessons with AR Guide, review:

      Session 5 – slides 24-25, 38-39, 46

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