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Heidi Watkins#001400481Inclusive ClassroomTask 1A. Describe a specialized instructional strategy for reading that Mrs. Patel should use with Meiduring the implementation of the attached “Mrs. Patel’s Lesson Plan.”Using systematic instruction as an instructional strategy for reading with Mei could help benefit her throughout the lesson. Mrs. Patel could show Mei a phonics blend sheet and a medial vowel information sheet. The phonics blend sheet would contain 42 blends that could support Mei with consonant blends. The medial vowel sheet would help Mei with vowel sounds. Using systematic instruction when teaching phonics will clearly define the use of letter-sound relationships for Mei. 1. Explain how Mei would benefit from the specialized instructional strategy described in part A and how this specialized instructional strategy will be used to do the following:• address one of Mei’s learner characteristicsOne of Mei's learning characteristics is difficulty with medial vowels and consonant blends. If theinstructional strategy used above was utilized before Mei is required to read math problems it could help support her memory of the sounds and help to address the issue of knowing how to read medial vowels and consonant blends. Addressing the issue of reading these sounds would also help improve Mei's fluency and comprehension. • help Mei meet her IEP goals from the scenarioUsing systematic instruction could benefit Mei to meet her IEP goal. Mei's IEP goal states that "When given a selected reading prompt, Mei will increase reading fluency from 15 to 50 words per minute, with 80% accuracy.” With having Mei practice consonant blends, as well as medial vowel sounds, can assist her to meet her IEP goal because she is being reminded of blends and short or long vowel sounds, which can help increase her reading fluency. • help Mei meet Mrs. Patel's lesson objective
Mrs. Patel's lesson objective states "Given word problem scenarios, the student will read, write, solve, and justify multi-step word problems with 80% proficiency." For Mei to be able to read, write, solve and justify multi-step word problems with 80% proficiency she must increase her fluency (reading accuracy and rate). If Mei does not read the words in the math problem correct she can very easily get the wrong answer due to misreading the problem. If Mei does not