I learned the magic spoons game in college and thought it was so fun and such a

I learned the magic spoons game in college and

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I learned the magic spoons game in college and thought it was so fun and such a creative idea to help the students with blending and fluency. I have used it in my primary classes ever since. The spoons are inexpensive and all I need to do is use a permanent marker to write the consonant on the spoon. The worksheets have a list of vowel consonant blends on them so each student will have their own. I also learned the Slap it Tap is Game in college. I use the notecards to write grade level sight words on them. Each group will have their own set. The Abeka first grade readers are the curriculum we use in our private school, so it is something that my students are already familiar with. I acquired Giggle Poetry during my student internship experience and have integrated it in my teaching since then. It has great outcomes with © Laureate Education, Inc. 12
13 increasing my student’s fluency. I chose the iPad for the students to get on EPIC while they are waiting to be assessed. The students love having the opportunity to choose their own stories at their grade level and get excited to show me their passing scores on their quiz after they finish reading the story. I stumbled upon Fortnite Sight words on YouTube by a sorority sister of mine on social media. At this age a lot of the students are into singing and dancing and Fortnite has become popular. I thought it was a great idea for the creator to develop a video like this to help children with sight word recognition. The student does not even realize they are using the strategy read spell read as they singalong and dance. 4. ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION A SSESSMENT O PTIONS Application Exam Standard: Objective: X Objective Test Standard: LAFS.1. RF.4.4 Objective: 1,2,3 Concept Mapping Standard: Objective: X Observation Standard: ELA.1. F.1.4 Objective: 1 Parent Evaluation Standard: Objective: Contract Standard: Objective: Peer Evaluation Standard: Objective: Checklist Standard: Objective: Self-Evaluation Standard: Objective: X Performance Task Standard: ELA.1. F.1.4 Objective: 1 Inventory Standard: Objective: Portfolio Standard: Objective: Quantitative Scale Rating Scales © Laureate Education, Inc. 13
14 Standard: Objective: Standard: Objective: Rubric Standard: Objective: Scored Discussion Standard: Objective: Journal Standard: Objective: Problem-Solving Assessment Standard: Objective: Other (Please specify): Standard: Objective: Why did you choose this assessment(s)? How do the chosen assessment(s) help you determine if your students met the goals/objectives? In your answer, provide a rationale for each assessment you plan to use and its connection with each of your standard(s) and objective(s). Be sure and link each assessment piece to a specific objective. Make sure you collect student work samples that can be included as appendices. What do your pre- assessment, formative assessments, and summative assessments tell you about the learning of your group of P-12 students?

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