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Case Study. Samantha Bannister EDU 484. Megan Smith . Has dyslexia 7 Cascade Elementary First Grade 1 y ounger brother Dad: Scott Smith Lt. Col MTANG Mom: Lisa Smith Nurse Diagnosed with mild Dyslexia at age 6.

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case study
Case Study

Samantha Bannister

EDU 484

megan smith
Megan Smith

Has dyslexia

7

Cascade Elementary

First Grade

1 younger brother

Dad: Scott Smith

Lt. Col MTANG

Mom: Lisa Smith

Nurse

Diagnosed with mild Dyslexia at age 6.

Errors are primarily in phonetic spelling, flipping/replacing letters/words

‘d’ – ‘b’ and ‘p’ – ‘q’ (depending on the font)

Learning is not severely impeded

core phonics survey
CORE Phonics Survey

Mastery Test

Assesses commonly used phonics skills in reading

Student uses decoding skills

Used to plan instruction

Plan for systematic/explicit phonics instruction

Generally administered every 4-6 weeks

Uses sound/letter correspondence

monster test
Monster Test

Categorizes spelling abilities

Precommunicative

Semiphonetic

Phonetic

Transitional

Conventional

oh the places you ll go
Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

Reading for fluency

Keeping track of errors

Looking for progress in error numbers

summary of work
Summary of Work

Attitude:

Positive

Enthusiastic

Eager

Progress

Gains in all tests

Biggest gain:

Monster Test

Mistakes:

Pseudowords

Hyphenated words

Silent letters

final results
Final Results

Mastery of Skills:

Monster Test

Zero errors

Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

One error

Huge gains in all tests

summary of results
Summary of Results

My Experience:

Wonderful

Informative

Insight into Dyslexia

Ramifications in classroom

Meaningful

Teaching moments

Made growths in explaining principles/information

Differentiating instruction

Follow up:

Lasting connections

Child’s experience:

Began perfecting already learned skills

Took away information and tools

Will continue to learn and grow