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Title: Reading Intervention Strategies


1
ReadingIntervention Strategies
2
Introductions
3
Big Ideas Quick Review
  • Phonemic Awareness
  • Phonics
  • Fluency and Accuracy
  • Vocabulary
  • Comprehension

4
Reading Comprehension Strategies
Building Schema/Making Connections
Questioning
Working with Nonfiction
Determining Importance
5
Comprehension SchemaRachel Delevoryas
6
Comprehension Schema Folder
  • Activate background knowledge What we think we
    know.
  • Predict vocabulary
  • Read text
  • Record New Learning on Post-Its
  • Record New Vocabulary on Post-Its
  • Record Questions / I Wonder
  • Delete Misconceptions/Incorrect Information on
    the back of the file folder

7
Comprehension Schema
Schema Connections
Text to Self
Text to Text
Text to World
  • Questions for making connections
  • Thinking stems

8
Text-Self Relating reading to your own
lifeText-Text Connections between different
textsText-World Between text and the bigger
issues, events, or concerns of the world at large
9
Reading Comprehension Strategies
Building Schema/Making Connections
Questioning
Working with Nonfiction
Determining Importance
10
Comprehension Questioning
Questions Only Game
11
Question/Fact Charts
Bats
Questions
Facts
  • What kind of animal is a bat?
  • What do bats eat?
  • A bat is a mammal.
  • Some bats eat fruit.
  • Some bats eat insects.

12
Comprehension Questioning
  • I wonder
  • What if
  • Why
  • I dont understand
  • It confused me
  • How could

13
I WonderQuestioning Web
I Wonder_ _________ _________
Im thinking________________ ____________________
______
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Reading Comprehension Strategies
Building Schema/Making Connections
Questioning
Working with Nonfiction
Determining Importance
16
Comprehension Determining Importance
17
Comprehension Determining Importance
  • In your thirst for knowledge, be sure not to
    drown in all the information.
  • -- Anthony J. DAngelo, author

18
Managing It All
  • Time
  • Work stations
  • Ideal Skill Targeting
  • Progress Monitoring
  • Parents

19
  • Teachers should model the use of strategies
    identified by research that have the greatest
    effect on student learning, provide students time
    to apply these strategies, and give students
    feedback on their progress.
  • -Diane Paynter, 2005

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The Ideal Reading Intervention
Skill A Skill B Skill A Skill B Skills A B
30 minutes 30 minutes 30 minutes 30 minutes 30 minutes
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Managing Progress Monitoring
  • For Example

22
Day One of Benchmark Window
Benchmark Assessment
Progress Monitoring
Intervention Instruction
23
Day Two of Benchmark Window
Benchmark Assessment
Progress Monitoring
Scheduled Assessments To Be Started After
Benchmarking Assessment is Completed
Intervention Instruction Begins
24
Day Three of Benchmark Window
Benchmark Assessment
Progress Monitoring
Scheduled Assessments To Be Started After
Benchmarking Assessment is Completed
Intervention Instruction Continues
Intervention Instruction Begins
25
Day Four of Benchmark Window
Benchmark Assessment
Progress Monitoring
Scheduled Assessments To Be Started After
Benchmarking Assessment is Completed
Intervention Instruction Continues
Intervention Instruction Begins
26
Day Five of Benchmark Window
Benchmark Assessment
Progress Monitoring
Scheduled Assessments To Be Started After
Benchmarking Assessment is Completed
Intervention Instruction Continues
Intervention Instruction Begins
27
Day Six of Benchmark Window
Benchmark Assessment
Progress Monitoring
Scheduled Assessments To Be Started After
Benchmarking Assessment is Completed
Intervention Instruction Continues
Intervention Instruction Begins
28
Day Fifteen of Benchmark Window
Benchmark Assessment
Progress Monitoring
Scheduled Assessments To Be Started After
Benchmarking Assessment is Completed
Intervention Instruction Continues
29
Student Self Monitoring Example
Progress Monitor
Day Nine
Day Eight
Day Seven
Day Six
Day Five
Day Four
Day Three
Day Two
Day One
Name _______________________________
30
Making Intervention Kits
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