and areas for growth related to literacy development 1 Review Johns BRI 1 BRI

And areas for growth related to literacy development

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and areas for growth related to literacy development? 1. Review John’s BRI 1. BRI Assessment And Fluency 2. Phonemic Awareness 4. Phonics 5. Writing 5. Spelling Week 2 How do we assess all students, including ELLs and students with special needs, to identify strengths and areas for growth related to literacy development? Time Frame Administer the BRI Administer Phonemic Awareness Assessment Administer Phonics Assessment Administer Writing Assessment Administer Spelling Assessment Week 3 How do we assess all students, including ELLs and students with special needs, to identify strengths and areas for growth related to literacy development? Finish All Assessments How do we use knowledge of literacy stages and assessment data to initiate effective literacy instruction for all students including Decision Chart Instructional Plan Time Frame 17
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ELLs and student with special needs? Week 4 How do we use knowledge of literacy stages and assessment data to initiate effective literacy instruction for all students including ELLs and student with special needs? Decision Chart Instructional Plan Time Frame What are best practice and evidence-based instructional experiences that support literacy development (oral language, reading, handwriting, writing, spelling, comprehension, phonics, phonemic awareness) Decision Chart Instructional Plan Time Frame Week 5 How do we use assessment data to monitor students literacy development as they are engaged in literacy instructional experiences? Decision Chart Instructional Plan Time Frame What are best practice and evidence-based instructional experiences that support literacy development (oral language, reading, handwriting, writing, spelling, comprehension, phonics, phonemic awareness) Decision Chart Instructional Plan Time Frame Week 6 How do we use assessment data to monitor students literacy development as Decision Chart Instructional Plan Time Frame 18
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they are engaged in literacy instructional experiences? What are best practice and evidence-based instructional experiences that support literacy development (oral language, reading, handwriting, writing, spelling, comprehension, phonics, phonemic awareness) Decision Chart Instructional Plan Time Frame Week 7 How do we use assessment data to monitor students/ literacy development as they are engaged in literacy instructional experiences? Student Profile Group Instructional Plan How do we differentiate instruction based on students’ literacy needs (individual, small group, whole class) Student Profile Group Instructional Plan Week 8 How do we use assessment data to monitor students/ literacy development as they are engaged in literacy instructional experiences? Student Profile Group Instructional Plan How do we differentiate instruction based on students’ literacy needs (individual, small group, whole class) Student Profile Group Instructional Plan Week 9 How do we use assessment data to monitor students/ literacy Student Profile Group Instructional 19
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development as they are engaged in literacy instructional experiences?
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