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RE3030 Spelling AssignmentSpring 2012 Group Members: Emily Abernethy and Jennifer Moore
Part 1: Classroom Assessment (QIWK)—Background • Classroom: Mr. C • Number of students: 21 • QIWK Lists: I, II, III • How is spelling taught in class: They have spelling every morning. Each student is given a spelling list based on individual levels. They do interactive spelling activities.
Part 1: QIWK Findings—Rank Order Table Grade: 3School: Mountain CrestTeacher: Mr. C
Part 1: QIWK Findings—Word Study Grouping • Below lowest Instr. Level Instr. Level _1___ Instr. Level __2__ • _Hannah_____________ Eddie_____________ Cassie_______________ • ____________________ Jimmy______________ Lauren_______________ • ____________________ Mallory __________ Lonnie_______________ • ____________________ ____________________ Annie _______________ • ____________________ ____________________Nathan______________ • ____________________ ____________________ Allie_____________ Josh______________ Instr. Level_3___ Instr. Level Above highest Instr. Level • Jessica_______ _____________________ Dana______________ • Adam_____________________________ JoAnn______________ • Chelsea_______ _____________________ Jason______________ • Natalie ______ _____________________ ___________________ • Ariel ____ • Sarah______ • Sally _____
Part 2: Individual Assessment –Background • Kid’s name: Kenneth • Grade: Kindergarten • Sex: Male • Other info: ELL student
Part 2: Individual Assessment –Passage Reading Findings 99% Yes 45.45 95% Yes 41.96 98% Yes 94.05% Yes 41.6 1-2 2nd
Part 2: Individual Assessment –Observations • We didn’t expect him to do as well as he did. • You could tell he was starting to get frustrated with the Frog and Toad passage. • He was very good at correcting himself when he made mistakes • On the passages that we didn’t do picture walks for, he still paid close attention to the pictures while going through the readings.