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Using Phonics-Based Assessment to Develop Targeted Phonics Intervention
Learn to use accessible, low-cost phonics assessments to analyze students’ strengths and challenges, and to plan targeted phonics intervention. This presentation will demonstrate how
to use two freely available, informal, criterion-based phonics surveys to measure how secure students are in their knowledge of discrete phonics skills, and how to design structured,
systematic intervention based on assessment data. Topics will include analyzing assessment results to discover gaps in students’ phoneme-level proficiency and phonics skills; using a
phonics scope-and-sequence to plan instruction; referencing state standards for ELA foundational skills as part of setting goals for phonics instruction; appropriately incorporating controlled-decodable texts fit into phonics instruction.

Learning Objectives
At the end of the presentation, participants will be able to:

• Access two criterion-based free or low-cost foundational reading skills assessments for Grades K to 5 and up
• Analyze foundational skills assessment data to clarify students’ areas of skills security and insecurity
• Design a targeted, hierarchical plan of phonics intervention in response to assessment data
• Align common phonics scope-and-sequence frameworks with CCSS Foundational Reading Skills grade expectations

Jun 14, 2021 06:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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