1. Topic-
Reading Assessment
2. Content-
words from the pre primer list to the level three.
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1. To find a base reading level for student.
2. To improve students reading.
3. To improve students comprehension.
4. Objectives-
Students will improve their reading accuracy and fluency of literary text, their comprehension of
literary and informational text, and their ability to convey information about what they've read.
5. Materials and Aids-
Subject word list
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1. The student will be advised that he will be reading words to find out they reading level. Student would be encouraged to keep going even if they feel stuck.

B. Development-

1.Reading fluency and comprehension

C. Practice-

1.Student will recite the words.
2.The ones he gets wrong we will go over them and sound them out.
3. Assist student in developing vocabulary

D. Independent Practice-

1.Student will complete worksheets that will help Student recognize the sounds.
2. We will make cards to go on the word wall with something to help us remember that word.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1.one on one assistance

F. Checking for understanding-

Student will have random words from the list given to him on cards and when he learns them they go on the word wall.
7. Evaluation-
Fist day
8. Teacher Reflection-
By looking at previous test given I assumed student would test higher than they did. By the QRI, student tested as reading on the first grade level. When give the Dolch Sight Word Reading Assessment given September 2014 student tested on a third grad level.
Student did not get frustrated while testing. Student did pause at times to think the words. Some of the words missed he called it another word. Even after we finished I went back to certain words to see if the student was just reading to fast and the student called the word the same as the first time. The student is very soft spoken so you have to truly listen to them pronounce the syllables of the words. I feel student has the ability to retain more words than he has been exposed to because of the disability. The student was receptive to the corrections I gave.

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