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Nia Gibson saved to 3rd grade homeschool
Running Record Assessment Forms! Learn how to complete the running record assessment form. Learn why running records help you analyze readers and help you learn what to teach next. FREE File is included.
Ashley Jennings saved to Lesson plans
Finding out what a student knows about phonics is made easy with this quick and simple phonics assessment for K-3 readers! And it's FREE.
Becki Norrod saved to Educational
Research-based guidelines for teaching phonological awareness and phonemic awareness to all children are described. Additional instructional design guidelines are offered for teaching children with learning disabilities who are experiencing difficulties with early reading.
Amy Hyers saved to Homeschool Ideas
Morgan Hart saved to reading comprehension
This was a great checklist I developed for my students this year. Based on guided reading levels by Fountas and Pinnell, it helps the teacher keep track of which reading skills each student has mastered. I'd recommend keeping a reading file or binder for each student so that you can refer back to this checklist to monitor reading growth. Don't hesitate to direct message me with any questions! 51
Have you often wondered what your students reading abilities are at the beginning of the school year because you either receive NO data or the data seems really off? OR... Maybe you've gotten a new student in the middle of the year and had no clue where his/her reading abilities are? This blog post will
rochelle hull saved to speech therapy
This simple reading assessment makes it easy to see the letter names, sounds and sight words students have mastered so that you can determine what to teach next.
Playdough to Plato saved to New Teachers
We have all been there. It is district assessment week and you have a billion students to test using Fountas and Pinnell's BAS Benchmarking ...
Betsy saved to Fountas and Pinnell
Check your students’ level of understanding through student goals and self assessment.
Kari Thompson saved to Education