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  1. TM System 44: Using Data to Make It Work in the READ 180 Classroom

  2. Learning Outcomes • Understand how to use reports to regroup students for targeted instruction. • Plan Small-Group Instruction with System 44 and READ 180 materials. • Identify strategies for managing System 44 in your READ 180 classroom. • Incorporate System 44 data into your existing grading process.

  3. Using report data Exploring resources Just getting started Where Do You Stand?

  4. Using Reports to Group Students STEP 1: Administer SRI test.

  5. Using Reports to Group Students STEP 2: Screen select students with SPI.

  6. Using Reports to Group Students STEP 3: Place all students using System 44 into one group, if possible. Group 1 Group 2 Group 3

  7. Using Reports to Group Students STEP 4: Otherwise, form a mixed group of System 44 and low level READ 180 students. Group 1 Group 2 Group 3

  8. Using Reports to Group Students STEP 5: Regroup READ 180 students throughout the year. PARG page 84

  9. Using Reports to Group Students STEP 6: If possible, regroup System 44 students throughout the year.

  10. Planning for Small-Group Instruction

  11. Small-Group Instruction Instructional Software Whole-Group Instruction Whole-Group Wrap-Up Modeled and Independent Reading READ 180 Instructional Model READ 180 orSystem 44 software rBook orSystem 44 Teaching Guide rBook Exit Slips, QuickWrites, etc. READ 180 orSystem 44 Paperbacks and Audiobooks

  12. Planning for Mixed Groups How do you plan for Small-Group Instruction with a mixed group of READ 180 and System 44 students? • Use the rBook with all students. • Use CheckPoints for Differentiated Instruction to teach S.M.A.R.T. lessons. • Have System 44 students use the 44Book and Decodable Digest during Modeled and Independent Reading.

  13. Using the rBook with System 44 students

  14. Participant Guide page 2 System 44 Materials A B C D 1. Provide practice with sound-spelling correspondences students are learning on the System 44 software 2. Monitor and support independent reading of System 44 Library 3. Teach phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, and word strategies for any student needing additional instruction 4. Provide reading fluency practice with high-interest decodable text for System 44 students

  15. Facilitating Student Practice and Learning • Provide one-on-one instruction while monitoring others • Provide two/three-on-one instruction while monitoring others • Teach all students in small-group • Monitor all students in small-group

  16. TIG pages 117–120 SAM Keyword: 44 Student Chart Self-Monitoring Chart

  17. Self-Monitoring Chart

  18. N E W S Navigating System 44 Reports

  19. SARG page 70 SARG page 70 or TIG page 82 Participant Guide page 3 Reading Progress Report

  20. SARG page 70 or TIG page 82 Participant Guide page 3 Reading Progress Report

  21. SARG page 70 or TIG page 82 Participant Guide page 3 Reading Progress Report

  22. Decoding Accuracy Score Average percentage of target words scored as accurate on the Progress Monitor Decoding Fluency Score Average percentage of target words scored as fluent on the Progress Monitor SARG page 70 or TIG page 82 Participant Guide page 3 Reading Progress Report

  23. SARG page 70 or TIG page 82 Participant Guide page 3 Reading Progress Report

  24. SARG page 76 SARG page 76 or TIG page 80 Student Mastery Report

  25. SARG page 76 or TIG page 80 Student Mastery Report Date Started System 44: 09/05/08 Rate of Completion: 25 Minutes/Topic

  26. SARG page 76 or TIG page 80 Student Mastery Report Date Started System 44: 09/05/08 Rate of Completion: 25 Minutes/Topic

  27. SARG page 68 SARG page 68 or TIG page 84 Participant Guide page 4 Student Software Performance Report

  28. SARG page 68 or TIG page 84 Participant Guide page 4 Student Software Performance Report

  29. SARG page 68 or TIG page 84 Participant Guide page 4 Student Software Performance Report

  30. SARG page 68 or TIG page 84 Participant Guide page 4 Student Software Performance Report

  31. SARG page 68 or TIG page 84 Participant Guide page 4 Student Software Performance Report

  32. SARG page 68 Student Software Performance Report

  33. SARG page 74 SARG page 74 or TIG page 86 Differentiated Instruction Grouping Report

  34. SARG page 74 or TIG page 86 Differentiated Instruction Grouping Report

  35. SARG page 74 or TIG page 86 Differentiated Instruction Grouping Report How might you use this report data in your classroom?

  36. Participant Guide page 3 Using Data to Plan Instruction Step 1: Form instructional groups What factors do you consider when grouping students?

  37. Which factor do you consider most when first grouping students? Student Relationships Similar Interests Reading Levels Report Data Other

  38. SARG page 74 or TIG page 86 Using Data to Plan Instruction Step 2: Identify related S.M.A.R.T. lessons

  39. SARG page 74 or TIG page 86 Using Data to Plan Instruction Step 3: Further divide small-group into mini small-groups

  40. SARG page 74 or TIG page 86 Using Data to Plan Instruction Step 4: Decide what to teach each mini small-group

  41. TIG pages 117–120 SAM Keyword: 44 Student Chart TIG page 117 Using Data to Plan Instruction Step 5: Monitor other students in the small-group

  42. TIG page 117 Self-Monitoring Chart

  43. Grading Students What do you currently use to determine student grades in READ 180? • SAM report data • rSkills Tests scores • Other test scores • Classwork and homework completion • Informal assessment of student effort

  44. READ 180 Students System 44 Students READ 180 Grading Report System 44 Reading Progress Report Using Report Data for Grading

  45. READ 180 Grading Report PARG page 78

  46. TIG page 82 System 44 Reading Progress Report

  47. System 44 Reading Progress Report READ 180 Grading Report Decoding Accuracy Decoding Fluency Oral Reading Fluency Spelling Score Comprehension Score Vocabulary Score Word Fluency Final Fluency Spelling Score Comprehension Score Context Passage Participant Guide page 5 Comparing Report Data for Grading

  48. Learning Outcomes • Understand how to use reports to regroup students for targeted instruction. • Plan Small-Group Instruction with System 44 and READ 180 materials. • Identify strategies for managing System 44 in your READ 180 classroom. • Incorporate System 44 data into your existing grading process.