QRI: Using Data to
Guide Action
Research Planning
& Interventions
Dr. Margarita Zisselsberger
QRI
Review
QRI Scavenger Hunt
Word Identification in Isolation
Background Knowledge
Reading Fluency (Miscues- what is child
doing as a reader)
Reading Compr
Retelling & Paraphrasing
Language Experience
Approach
Dr. Wendy Smith
Loyola University Maryland
Agenda
Paraphrasing/Retelling
Language Experience Approach
Review of Analysis of Running
Records
Retelling Narrative Text
Teachers have traditionally
asses
RE 344: ASSESSMENT AND
INSTRUCTION OF READING I:
VOCABULARY & WRITING
Dr. Wendy M. Smith
Loyola University Maryland
Announcements & Agenda
Teaching Vocabulary
What are tier words & how/what words
should you teach?
Strategies for Teaching Vocabulary
Model:
RE344 FINAL PROJECTS
AND GOOD-BYE ROUND
ROBIN
WENDY M. SMITH
AGENDA
Good-bye Round Robin
Action Research Project: what will this look
like?
Case Study: what will this look like?
Homework
GOOD-BYE ROUND ROBIN: CHAPTER 1
Reading is language
Three cuei
RE344 FINAL PROJECTS
AND GOOD-BYE ROUND
ROBIN
WENDY M. SMITH
AGENDA
Good-bye Round Robin
Action Research Project: what will this look
like?
Case Study: what will this look like?
Homework
GOOD-BYE ROUND ROBIN: CHAPTER 1
Reading is language
Three cuei
Introduction to Com m on
Core M ath for Elem entary
Teachers
Ms. Michelle Morgan
3rd Grade Math
Introduction
Elementary and Early Childhood degree
from Millersville University
Graduated in 2009
Substitute teacher 1 year
Lead Teacher at Head Start of Y
Fluency & Prior/Background
knowledge
Concept Development
Review of QRI & Action
Research
Dr. Wendy Smith
Agenda
Questions
on administering the QRI
Points
of information and Practice with
Objectives and Assessments
Review
the readings for Today from
Ins
RE344: Kidwatching
Wendy M. Smith
Agenda
Questions
Good-Bye Round Robin: Group time
Comprehension activity from Tuesday
Kidwatching
Homework
Questions
What kind of data will you collect today?
How does this relate to your Action Research Project or
RE344:
COMPREHENSI
ON
Dr. Wendy M. Smith
AGENDA
Questions on Assignments, due dates, etc.
Discussion of article on print-referencing
Spelling/writing questions on padlet
Good-bye Round Robin
Comprehension strategies: Vocabulary
Homework
QUESTIONS: WHATS O
RE344 CASE
STUDY AND
MOTIVATION
Dr. Wendy M. Smith
Agenda
Motivation:
Case Study: Focus on
Assessment Results
Homework
Motivation
What motivates you?
What motivates primary students?
What motivates intermediate students?
What forms of motivation have you
Lesson Plan
Template
1. Lesson Plan Information
Subject/Course:
Grade Level:
Topic:
Name:
Date:
Time:
Length of Period:
2. Expectation(s)
Expectation(s) (Directly from The Ontario Curriculum):
Learning Skills (Where applicable):
3. Content
What do I want
Homework 4
Fibonacci Numbers & Related Topics
Due Thursday, February 15, 2007
#1. Prove that
n
k=0
n
Fk = F2n .
k
#2. Consider the innite series
2
3
4
5
6
7
Fn xn .
0 + 1x + 1x + 2x + 3x + 5x + 8x + 13x + =
i=0
Find the radius of convergence of this serie
Homework 2
Fibonacci Numbers & Related Topics
Due Thursday, February 1, 2007
Note: On problems 1, 2, and 3, you must explain your reasoning. It is not enough just to
write down a numerical answer.
#1. Let n be a xed positive integer. Find the probability
Homework 5
Fibonacci Numbers & Related Topics
Due Thursday, March 22, 2007
#1. Using generating functions, solve the dierence equation
an+2 an+1 2an = 0,
with initial conditions a0 = 9 and a1 = 3.
#2. Using generating functions, solve the dierence equatio
Homework 1
Fibonacci Numbers & Related Topics
Due Thursday, January 25, 2007
#1. Calculate the rst 10 terms of the sequence given by T0 = 0 and Tn = Tn1 + n for
all n 1. The numbers in this sequence are called triangular numbers. If we have time,
well see
Homework 3
Fibonacci Numbers & Related Topics
Due Thursday, February 8, 2007
#1. Prove that for all positive integers n, we have F2n = Fn Ln .
Hint: Weve done almost a complete proof of this in class (although I didnt tell you that
at the time). To prove
Homework 6
Fibonacci Numbers & Related Topics
Due Thursday, March 29, 2007
#1. Consider the proof that we gave in class of Theorem 22. Explain why this proof does
not work if m = 2. Do not give me counterexamples to the theorem when m = 2. Go carefully th
Homework 8
Fibonacci Numbers & Related Topics
Due Thursday, April 12, 2007
#1. Prove that 17 does not divide any odd Fibonacci numbers.
#2. Prove that if n > 4 and n is composite then Fn is also composite.
Hint: If n > 4 and n is composite, then n has at
Homework 10
Fibonacci Numbers & Related Topics
Due Thursday, April 26, 2007
#1. Write each number from n = 30 to n = 40 as a sum of Fibonacci numbers.
#2. Write each number from n = 85 to n = 95 as a sum of Fibonacci numbers without
using the number F9 =
Homework 9
Fibonacci Numbers & Related Topics
Due Thursday, April 19, 2007
#1. Prove that if m, n 1, then Lm+n = Fn+1 Lm + Fn Lm1 .
#2. Prove part b) of Corollary 34 by using the Binet Formulas.
#3. Find all of the Lucas numbers which are divisible by 29.
Homework 7
Fibonacci Numbers & Related Topics
Due Thursday, April 5, 2007
#1. Let m be an integer greater than 1. Prove that congruence modulo m is an equivalence
relation.
#2. Suppose that a, b, c, d Z, that a c (mod m), and that b d (mod m). Prove that:
Math 251 (M.Knapp)
Exam #1. Thurs. March 27, 2008
BE SURE TO SHOW YOUR WORK FOR FULL CREDIT!
NAME:
Scores:
Problem Maximum
1
12
2
10
3
15
4
15
5
12
6
12
7
12
8
12
TOTAL
Score
100
1
#1. Suppose that f (x) is a function.
a) Write down the limit denition of
Math 251 (M.Knapp)
Exam #1. Thurs. Feb. 21, 2008
BE SURE TO SHOW YOUR WORK FOR FULL CREDIT!
NAME:
Scores:
Problem Maximum
1
12
2
12
3
15
4
15
5
14
6
14
7
10
8
8
TOTAL
Score
100
1
#1. Consider the two functions f (x) =
a) What is the domain of f (x)?
3 x a
Math 251 - Quiz 7
April 3, 2008
#1. Consider the function f (x) = x3 3x + 5.
a) Find all of the x-values which are critical points of f (x).
b) Find the global minimum of f (x) on the interval [3, 2].
#2. A box has a square base and a height of 5 feet. If
Math 251 - Quiz 9
April 17, 2008
#1. Evaluate each of the following limits.
ex 1
a) lim
x0 cos x
ex 1
x0 sin x
b) lim
#2. Suppose that you run a business. The demand function for your business is given by
the formula p(x) = 700 5x, where x is the number o