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Data Driven Instruction. Developmental Reading Grades 7-8. Why is Data Driven Instruction Important?. Drives Instruction which provides curriculum continuity. Allows for Differentiation for all students. Self-Monitoring for Student and Teacher. Allows teacher to become a diagnostician. .

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data driven instruction

Data Driven Instruction

Developmental Reading

Grades 7-8

why is data driven instruction important
Why is Data Driven Instruction Important?
  • Drives Instruction which provides curriculum continuity.
  • Allows for Differentiation for all students.
  • Self-Monitoring for Student and Teacher.
  • Allows teacher to become a diagnostician.
academic plan revisions
Academic Plan Revisions
  • District Data
  • Block Scheduling
  • Curriculum Changes
  • Student Needs
rewards
REWARDS
  • REWARDSis a research-based and validated reading program that increases content-area reading skills by improving:
  • Decoding
  • Fluency
  • Vocabulary
  • Comprehension
  • Test-taking
  • Writing
why rewards
Why REWARDS?
  • Student achievement is highly related to opportunities to respond. When students constantly say, write, or do things in a lesson, they are much more likely to learn from the resulting practice.
  • As in all academic and nonacademic areas, students are significantly more motivated if they experience success. Careful lesson preparation, intentional modeling of skills and strategies, and effective correction of errors are three teacher behaviors that increase students’ success.
why rewards1
Why REWARDS?
  • Develops strong foundational skills for improved test taking.
  • Closes the achievement gap for students who lack early foundational skills and enhances skills of students who are average to above average readers.
  • Applies strategies across all content areas to support student learning through academic language.
  • A scaffold instructional approach (“I do, we do, you do”) moves students from guided to independent learning.
  • The goal of the instructional design of the REWARDS program is for students to be successful in their content area classes as well as advanced placement courses.
why teach secondary rewards
Why Teach Secondary REWARDS
  • A number of studies have determined that students’ oral reading fluency is correlated with reading comprehension. As students read words more fluently, they can turn their attention from decoding to comprehension. This is particularly evident when Students are faced with real life academic language. (Taking the SAT, LSAT, etc.)
independent research
Independent Research

Research

4th and 6th graders having difficulty reading longer words had significant gains when taught to use affixes and vowels to pronounce long words. (Shefelbine, 1990)

7th, 8th, and 9th graders who were taught a decoding strategy for reading long words had fewer oral reading errors and increased reading comprehension. (Lenz & Hughes, 1990)

how are intermediate and secondary different
How are Intermediate and Secondary different?

REWARDS Intermediate

For Students–Grades 4-6

25 lessons

Word choice, reading and interest level - Grades 4, 5 & 6

Expanded instruction focusing on word relatives

More in-depth vocabulary component

REWARDS Secondary

Students–Grades 6+

20 lessons

Word choice, reading and interest level–Grades 6+

Word relatives exercise

Vocabulary exercise

differentiation of rewards plus
Differentiation of REWARDS Plus
  • Use content textbooks or other texts to transfer reading skills for application into other areas and real world situations.
reading teacher and content area teacher partnerships
Reading Teachers

Oral Language

Prior Knowledge

Phonological Awareness

Phonics/Word Analysis

Vocabulary

Fluency

Comprehension Strategies

Higher Order Thinking Skills

Content Area Teachers

Content Vocabulary

Teaching for Comprehension

Content Knowledge

Higher Order Thinking Skills

State Standards/FCAT Strands & Prep

Independent Reading with Classroom Libraries

Reading Teacher and Content Area Teacher Partnerships
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REWARDSPlus

is designed to improve content-area reading skills for all students.

data collection
Data Collection
  • District Initiative
  • Individual schools may have their own data collection procedures
  • Managing data (Time and Forms)
  • Keep it simple
district resource
District Resource
  • SharePoint is a web-based resource available to the middle school developmental reading teachers that houses district resources related to the respective curriculum.
  • Teachers access it to download different files to support their curriculum.
  • http://sharepoint/dept/curr/msdr/