ITL 514Individual Assessment, Analysis, & Planning ProjectAssessment Assignment – Part OneASSESSMENT & ANALYSISCOVER SHEETStudent’sFirstName: Luis (Provided Case Study)Student’s current grade: 5thAttach permission slip (See Course Resources)
Assessment Assignment – Section OneASSESSMENT & ANALYSISStudentFirstName: Luis (Provided Case Study) DOB: NOT PROVIDEDGrade: 5thChronological Age:I.BACKGROUND HISTORY - LearnerFactors to investigate:oSiblings: NOT PROVIDEDoFamily size: NOT PROVIDEDoAre there any medical or emotional health issues that might impact thechild’s reading? NOT PROVIDEDoIs English the child’s first language? NOT PROVIDEDWhat is the family’sfirst language? NOT PROVIDEDoSchool history: how many schools has the child attended? NOTPROVIDEDoAre there any behavior problems? NOT PROVIDEDoHave there been any previous interventions? NOT PROVIDEDII.ASSESSMENTS TO BE ADMINISTEREDSee Course Resources for samples of all assessments.1.Interest and attitude survey2.Phonemic awarenessPhonological test: Yopp Singer, IAPA3.Phonics – decoding – San Diego Quick, or Names test4.Spelling – Required: Use the appropriate Spelling Inventory from Appendix A in the“Words Their Way” textbook5.Fluency – You can use one of the passages of the Informal Reading Inventory (IRI) inorder to obtain a fluency score/range6.Comprehension – Use an IRI with a comprehension rubric (list of questions) to assesscomprehension.This will provide you with a series of miscues to analyze from therunning record portion of the assessment and also information regarding the child’sability to comprehend what was just read.If you do not have a formal IRI (see CourseResources for a list of IRIs), then have the child retell the passage in their own wordsonce they have finished reading it.(Do not allow them to look at the passage after theyhave read it once.)7.Writing – get sample of their own creation or dictate something to them.