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SEDM 5820 Course Orientation, Fall 2012. Ann Morrison, Ph.D. SEDM 5820. Purpose of SEDM 5820 Assessment of literacy skills of young, struggling readers E valuation of student strengths and needs Design and provide effective and engaging instruction Nonpurpose of SEDM 5820

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sedm 5820
SEDM 5820
  • Purpose of SEDM 5820
    • Assessment of literacy skills of young, struggling readers
    • Evaluation of student strengths and needs
    • Design and provide effective and engaging instruction
  • Nonpurpose of SEDM 5820
    • Reading instruction for students with severe needs
    • Reading instruction more typical of that found in the general education setting
in class
In-Class

Rule #1, if you aren’t comfortable, you won’t learn as much. So…

  • If you are hungry, eat
  • I bring a kettle and tea, coffee, etc. You may want to bring a cup-o-whatever
  • If you need to attend to a personal matter, please do so outside of the classroom
  • If you are uncomfortable sitting, stand up, stretch, do what will make you feel better
  • If you need to use the washroom, please do

Unless there is a problem, we begin on time

Use of computers or ipads is not allowed unless it is on an ACCESS Accommodation form

work products
Work Products
  • Syllabus Quiz
  • Reference Notebook
  • Bag of Tricks
  • IRIS Modules
  • Two Reading Intervention Lesson Plans
  • Case Study (key assignment)
field experience
Field Experience
  • Begins in weeks 3 - 5
  • Ends in weeks 11 - 14
  • No more than 3 hours per visit
  • Should largely be spent observing reading instruction and teaching small groups or 1-1, also instructing case study student
  • Done in a general education K, 1st, 2nd, or 3rd grade classroom
  • Includes doing a case study
  • Hours must be signed off by a host teacher on every visit
find information at
Find Information at…
  • makelearninghappen.com
  • Blackboard
    • Student class on how to use Blackboard
    • http://www.mscd.edu/academic/online/student/gettingstarted/studenttraining.shtml
things that are important in this class
Things That Are Important in This Class
  • Attendance
  • Professionalism
  • Using resources that are provided
  • Learning
  • Helplessness
  • Entitlement
why this class is among your most important
Why This Class isAmongYour Most Important…
  • Becauseitis a prerequisite for SED 4200 whichisreallygreat
  • Because Dr. Morrison saysitis
  • Becauseyouget to playreadinggames
  • Becauseonly 11% of childrenwho do not readat grade level by the end of grade 1 willeverreadat grade level (Cunningham & Stanovich, 1989).