E345- Case Study Assignment Details.docx - Case Study Assignment(35 points During your field experiences you will collect and analyze evidence of a

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Case Study Assignment (35 points) During your field experiences, you will collect and analyze evidence of a child’s thinking about reading and writing. The case study is an asset-based assessment of a child’s reading and writing abilities based on Kidwatching, a Student Interest Inventory, their Heart Map, their Concepts of Print and Reading, their Monster Test, their Running Records results, and their Burke Interview answers as well as other field experience observations. You will synthesize the knowledge and understanding that you have gleaned from course readings and class discussions to reflect on your child’s reading and writing development and write the case study. Kidwatching - (5 points) o Also know as “seeing kids with new eyes” (Mills), kidwatching consists of your “noticings” and other anecdotal notes taken during the field experiences with your Buddy. These observations should be woven throughout your paper to add depth and richness to the Case Study. o Although it does not need its own section, it is expected that this information will be included in each section throughout the paper. Student Interest Inventory - (5 points) o The information gleaned from this “getting to know you” activity should be used in the “introduction” section of your Case Study. o Because student interests drive many of the decisions that educators make, you should reference moments when you responded to your Buddy’s interests during field experiences.
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