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K-12 Evidence-Based Literacy Instruction: Implementing a Collective Effort to Support Students Part 5 - Shared screen with speaker view
Shelby Skaanes
32:37
Welcome everyone!
Kaleigh Ryno
33:36
Jarred deer meat with gravy and lots of onions over mashed potatoes and a tall glass of cold milk
Lydia Zeisel
33:42
A really good salad with chicken and veggies and some added fruit for sweetness.
MirabelleNausialuataqblossom
33:42
Kale and quinoa salad w/ tahini sauce (vegan) and roasted zucchini on top
Julia Boynton
33:50
Hound House pizza, our one and only restaurant here in Aniak :) pizza has lots of veggies and sausage and we love to get the stuffed crust
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
33:53
Harvey’s is hash browns with butter, scrambled eggs with cheese and sausage
Troy Poage
33:54
Ribeye steak or prime rib, mashed potatoes and gravy and salad.
Elena Allers
33:55
Chile rellenos
Fran
33:55
Donuts!! Specifically from small bakeries :)
michelle.amundson
34:23
Piping hot Turkey, creamy gravy, smooth mashed potatoes, stuffing and more stuffing and don’t forget the pumpkin pie with heaps of cool whip
dianakurka
34:27
I love Thanksgiving dinner with the turkey, creamy mashed potatoes, green beans, homemade rolls, cranberry salad and pumpkin or Pecan pie!
Melissa
34:29
shrimp, pasta, veggies, salad and clam chowder
mollychingliak
34:37
I enjoy a brown crispy skinned turkey, tangy, sour cranberry sauce with sweet yams, corn on a cob
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
34:41
Kyra’s is burritos with all the fixings (lettuce, tomato, sour cream, salsa, olives, cheese)
Pamella Simpson
34:44
Watergate salad (grandkids call is green ice cream), Creamed corn casserole, Turkey, gravy, dressing, Pound cake, Pecan Pie, and pumpkin pie, veggie casserole, buttered rolls, cranberry sauce
Erica Burnham
34:45
Pasta Primavera
mollychingliak
34:49
aqutaq
Lisa
34:59
stuffed peppers
Lisa
35:25
orzo and ground beef
Troy Poage
35:31
This year, stuck in the village, I am splurging on Thanksgiving. A variety of flavors of top ramen instead of just chicken.
mollychingliak
35:35
Salmonberries, blue berries with a small amount of low bush cranberries
penny.gray
35:51
Hello from Gambell,,,,just letting you know our internet connection is very unstable today….we struggled all day with GCI
M Hayes
36:00
grilled silvers
Lesi Anderson
36:15
The Tribal Council bought us all a turkey!!
dianakurka
36:32
I’m starving now!
Jordan Scanlan
40:26
Does anyone else have Lexie and Shelby’s videos covering the slides?
Pamella Simpson
40:40
yes
Julia Boynton
40:48
no
Kaleigh Ryno
40:48
mine is too
Melissa Crane
40:53
no
MirabelleNausialuataqblossom
41:28
I don’t see a video on the resource page
Jordan Scanlan
41:54
Got it! Thanks :)
dianakurka
42:25
No sorry Mirabelle the question was not the one I answered. No video posted on the Resource page.
Julia Boynton
46:08
My one year old loves “Brown Bear” :)
michelle.amundson
59:24
And, what, is, on, the
Lydia Zeisel
59:27
Short i, e,
Melissa
59:28
/n/ /t/ /s/ final consonant blends
carissacotta
59:28
The, list, on—I’m secondary :)
Fran
59:30
Short i
Pamella Simpson
59:30
Wh, st, nt,
annemagalsky
59:32
this, and, what, is, on, the
Elena Allers
59:32
‘ist
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
59:35
Short vowels
Troy Poage
59:35
is
Julia Boynton
59:35
and, is, on, the
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
59:39
sight words
mollychingliak
59:41
this and is on the
Jordan Scanlan
59:42
Sound-/t/ /i/ /e/
Hoeler_Joan
59:45
/t/, st
mollychingliak
59:50
a_e
annemagalsky
59:50
CVC and final blends
becky.long
59:54
What, -st and
Kerkhoff
59:56
this, run, what, list, and, ’t’, get
annemagalsky
01:00:01
Beginning blends
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
01:00:12
Certain sound spelling cards (R, B, G, M, etc)
dianakurka
01:09:52
Making a quick video of yourself practicing the sample decodable protocol is one of the options for those taking the webinar for credit.
annemagalsky
01:09:59
60%
michelle.amundson
01:10:01
14
Lydia Zeisel
01:10:12
15
Melissa
01:10:14
16
Elena Allers
01:10:18
17
Hoeler_Joan
01:10:18
15
becky.long
01:10:20
15
MirabelleNausialuataqblossom
01:10:20
Were we suppose to count the same word more than once if it appeared more than once?
annemagalsky
01:10:24
12
Jordan Scanlan
01:10:28
15
Fran
01:10:31
15
Pamella Simpson
01:10:32
14
Kerkhoff
01:10:34
13
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
01:10:43
17
Hoeler_Joan
01:11:03
80%
Lydia Zeisel
01:11:06
80%
becky.long
01:11:07
80
Megan Hayes
01:11:19
Which words aren’t decodable? … I am confused
Megan Hayes
01:11:36
okay, now I understand
Chad Bentz
01:12:29
Don’t worry, I’m more confused than anyone I bet!
carissacotta
01:13:27
It’s eye opening how much goes into early reading instruction
Hoeler_Joan
01:13:52
9 out of 20
Megan Hayes
01:14:02
The best (decodable) book ever published: Iris Vinton’s “Look Out for Pirates”. I now see why I loved this story.
Lydia Zeisel
01:14:09
4
Fran
01:14:11
8
Kerkhoff
01:14:12
8, but can’t they sound out blends?
becky.long
01:14:21
5
Lydia Zeisel
01:14:27
Is nd a blend?
Megan Hayes
01:14:29
4
carissacotta
01:15:05
5
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
01:15:05
7
Hoeler_Joan
01:15:34
30-50%
becky.long
01:15:36
35%
Hoeler_Joan
01:15:43
Which 7?
Fran
01:15:45
35%
dianakurka
01:17:43
It’s great because you can click on the name which is a link!
Elena Allers
01:19:33
The protocal
dianakurka
01:19:40
Will do!
Jordan Scanlan
01:19:48
How to calculate if it is decodable.
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
01:19:50
Decidability percentage
michelle.amundson
01:19:51
That 80% of the words must be decodable
Lydia Zeisel
01:20:02
I did not know that there was a percentage we should watch for. Nor did I know there were options for struggling older students
Fran
01:20:04
The need to analyze the decodable text to see what students need to know prior to giving it to them (not all decodable texts are the same)
Melissa
01:20:04
confirm reading decodable several times every day
annemagalsky
01:20:09
I have always felt that students need to read from what they know and can do- from their strengths- building on adding confidence…I did not know how to match the readers to the readers! Thanks for that!!
Kerkhoff
01:20:11
i have a better understanding of how to determine if a book is ‘decodable’ fora particular student
michelle.amundson
01:20:17
How do we get the hyper links to the list
Hoeler_Joan
01:20:19
I loved FLyleaf the moment I saw them. They’re like the Rosetta Stone of reading.
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
01:20:21
decodability I mean
becky.long
01:20:22
making sure the students have had the lessons to make it decodable to them
Lesi Anderson
01:20:22
Love the resource list - thanks
Chad Bentz
01:20:26
I never knew that you could decode words as a whole. super interesting and makes sense!
carissacotta
01:20:30
I better understand what decodable means. Thank you for the list—I’ll share that with some key people at my school.
Theresa Crushshon
01:20:39
Providing vocabulary lists
Theresa Crushshon
01:20:47
Building a base
Julia Boynton
01:21:25
I liked the routine and the resource document
Theresa Crushshon
01:21:47
Helping with pronounciation
Hoeler_Joan
01:22:55
You have to do a quick and dirty content analysis ofeach book.
Chad Bentz
01:42:45
yes
Hoeler_Joan
01:42:45
yes
becky.long
01:42:46
yes
Lydia Zeisel
01:42:47
yes
mollychingliak
01:42:47
yes
carissacotta
01:42:47
yes
Pamella Simpson
01:42:49
yes
Amy Macpherson
01:42:50
yes
annemagalsky
01:42:53
Where is the article?
Troy Poage
01:42:54
yes
Jordan Scanlan
01:42:56
yes
Kerkhoff
01:42:59
yes
annemagalsky
01:43:07
Ok Thanks!
Megan Hayes
01:56:59
I have assisted with the administration of AIMS/WEB. As a secondary teacher I don’t “get” why having the student read as fast as they can with no expression and just counting how many words they read correctly….not assessing comprehension.
Lexie Domaradzki
01:59:15
It gives us a peek into whether or not fluency is one of the factors that may be inhibiting comprehension. If theya re fluent, we then know that the intervention work can focus on vocab and comprehension. Not meant to measure comprehension, meant to be an indicator of whether or not they can read the words accurately and efficiently enough to support comp.
Lexie Domaradzki
02:00:10
Also, the fluency measure gives us an accuracy score which is an important data point to indicate an underlying issue
Megan Hayes
02:00:36
thank you
Lexie Domaradzki
02:00:46
Great comment and question, Megan
Lydia Zeisel
02:03:54
76
Hoeler_Joan
02:03:55
76
Pamella Simpson
02:03:56
76
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
02:03:58
76
Melissa
02:03:59
76
Melissa
02:04:34
91.5%
becky.long
02:04:41
92%
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
02:05:11
25th
becky.long
02:05:13
50%
Julia Boynton
02:05:30
25th
Julia Boynton
02:05:52
Btwn 25-50th
carissacotta
02:05:52
20-25
becky.long
02:06:00
25th
Hoeler_Joan
02:06:07
24th
Megan Hayes
02:06:07
45th
Troy Poage
02:07:19
140
Hoeler_Joan
02:07:21
140
Hoeler_Joan
02:07:34
99%
Fran
02:07:34
97.9%
Amy Macpherson
02:07:37
98
Troy Poage
02:07:40
98
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
02:08:01
Just under 50th
Lydia Zeisel
02:08:02
About 60th
carissacotta
02:08:04
50-75
Megan Hayes
02:08:05
60th
Chad Bentz
02:08:09
60
Julia Boynton
02:08:12
btwn 50-75th
Hoeler_Joan
02:08:12
68th
Troy Poage
02:08:19
70
Melissa
02:09:27
So, how would you explain the percentile score to parents?
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
02:09:46
oops I read it at the winter measure
Julia Boynton
02:10:49
Dialectal variations also need to be considered
annemagalsky
02:15:33
Libby Riddle’s childhood dream to race in the Iditarod.
Julia Boynton
02:15:34
Libby becoming a dog musher and being the first woman to win the Iditarod
Hoeler_Joan
02:15:42
Libby Riddles dream
Fran
02:15:43
Libby Riddles completing the Iditarod.
carissacotta
02:15:43
Libby’s dream to be part of the iditarod
Jordan Scanlan
02:15:46
What her dream was.
Lydia Zeisel
02:15:51
First woman to win Iditarod
mollychingliak
02:15:52
Her dream to run the idiarod
becky.long
02:15:54
Libby’s dream
MirabelleNausialuataqblossom
02:15:54
Childhood goal and the accomplishment
Kerkhoff
02:15:54
Libby Riddles overcoming challenges to be the first woman winner of the Iditarod
Troy Poage
02:15:54
Destiny.
Theresa Crushshon
02:15:57
Great woman in history, Libby Riddles.
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
02:16:02
Woman overcoming obstacles to reach goal
Pamella Simpson
02:16:03
Libby always knew she wanted to be a musher and win the Iditarod.
Megan Hayes
02:16:14
Libby Riddles dream of becoming an Iditarod Musher
Melissa
02:16:17
Libby's dream to race in the Iditarod came true.
Chad Bentz
02:16:24
Her and her history with the Itidarod
annemagalsky
02:18:17
She wanted to win the Iditarod as the first woman to do so.
Theresa Crushshon
02:18:20
Libby Riddles desired to become a first-class musher.
Julia Boynton
02:18:21
She wanted to become a dog musher
Kerkhoff
02:18:24
She wanted to be an Iditarod musher
mollychingliak
02:18:38
She already knew her dream
Lydia Zeisel
02:18:39
She wanted to complete the idiarod
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
02:18:50
first woman to win the Iditarod
MirabelleNausialuataqblossom
02:18:52
succeeding at her goal of being a dog musher
Fran
02:18:52
That she wanted to race in the Iditarod.
Hoeler_Joan
02:18:59
She wanted to be a musher.
Pamella Simpson
02:19:00
She always dreamed of being a dog musher and wanted to compete in the Iditarod.
Jordan Scanlan
02:19:01
first woman musher to win the iditarod.
Megan Hayes
02:19:04
She wanted to race in the Iditarod
Theresa Crushshon
02:19:14
They don’t use the vocabulary word musher in the paragraph. We have background information.
Theresa Crushshon
02:19:32
All children do not have this experience.
Julia Boynton
02:19:45
also the image provided
Theresa Crushshon
02:20:05
That is Alaskan culture.
carissacotta
02:21:38
Libby Riddle’s adventure and overcoming obstacles to become the winner of the Iditarod
Kerkhoff
02:21:45
relating what the challenges were in greater detail
Julia Boynton
02:21:47
Her experiences dog mushing
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
02:21:56
What her adventure was like to become the first woman to win the Iditarod
Lydia Zeisel
02:22:06
The author will help us feel and imagine what it was like
Theresa Crushshon
02:22:07
Weather was an obstacle
Pamella Simpson
02:22:07
The rest of the story will tell us more about what she experienced on the Iditarod trail.
Fran
02:22:09
Libby Riddles story of growing up with sled dogs
annemagalsky
02:22:13
The rest of the story will be about Libby’s endurance and adventure in overcoming challenges and difficulties.
mollychingliak
02:22:18
The unique trail of the Alaskan Idarod trail
Megan Hayes
02:22:20
Libby Riddles arduous journey on the 1049 miles trail
Elena Allers
02:22:27
Her life’s adventure
Hoeler_Joan
02:22:32
Her experiences as a musher.
dianakurka
02:23:28
Yes and they are one of the options to read and share for those taking the webinar for credit.
Pamella Simpson
02:24:59
Troy and I were surprised to learn that is fluency accuracy is below 95%, comprehension may not be high.
Lydia Zeisel
02:25:00
I have recently added close reading to my remote learning. This is helpful for my group meetings with students.
Troy Poage
02:25:11
Prosody was very interesting and made a lot of sense.
Theresa Crushshon
02:25:38
Reading outlaid and building vocabulary with zoom students
Julia Boynton
02:25:41
I really liked your approach and the Libby example of Close Reading. I think I can do the exact short lesson you did to help my students understand Close Reading
Kerkhoff
02:25:44
how to determine what makes up a decodable reader
Chad Bentz
02:25:50
Learning about decoding words and fluency.
carissacotta
02:26:00
I’m glad I understand decoding and testing for oral reading fluency better.
Fran
02:26:02
Fluency influences reading motivation…something that we do not think of while is very true!
Megan Hayes
02:26:11
I found it was interesting that there are no developmental norms developed for evaluating prosody.
becky.long
02:26:14
Decodable texts are not always decodable to all students if they have not had the proper instruction
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
02:26:14
Use of decodable books for Harvey’s secondary students
Melissa
02:26:35
appreciate the decodable resource page
Hoeler_Joan
02:26:36
I think that teachers have to teach soooo much that we are forced to go through materials so quickly. Not enought time is spent on decoding and individual letter groups….laying the foundation.
mollychingliak
02:26:39
I am picturing in my mind’s eye how us Yupik story telling how the story teller uses prosody and it really does help to get the feel for the story
annemagalsky
02:26:54
I ‘ve gained clarity on the order and reasoning and research behind the ORF measures. This is so helpful!
Shelby Skaanes
02:27:22
Melissa...I would talk with parents about all elements of fluency and provide them information about the student's level of accuracy as well as whether they can read with prosody (expression, smoothness, etc...). Then I might share the information on percentile rank...if I were planning instructional support that has a goal of moving them closer to a determined goal. If a student were at the 50th percentile, they read more fluently than 49% of their peers. And, of course, 50% of their peers across the nation read more fluently than them. It would be a consideration to share percentile rank information in relation to a goal for their student (if fluency will be supported instructionally). Whew...long response.
Melissa Crane
02:27:24
Survey Link 5: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CJLZHPS
Melissa
02:27:24
thank you
Elena Allers
02:27:26
I gained a deeper understanding of protocol
Shelby Skaanes
02:27:52
Thanks everyone! Have a great evening!
Lexie Domaradzki
02:28:19
Happy Thanksgiving to each and every one of you!!! :)
Theresa Crushshon
02:29:15
Happy Turkey Day!
Chad Bentz
02:29:57
please root for my Lions and Happy Thanksgiving!!
Megan Hayes
02:30:07
Our next session is 12/7/20?
Julia Boynton
02:30:10
Go Lions :)
Melissa
02:30:32
Happy Thanksgiving!
Julia Boynton
02:30:40
Have a great Thanksgiving!
Megan Hayes
02:30:42
thank you
Hoeler_Joan
02:30:42
Thank you!! You too!