Assessments

— Case Study Assignment Guidelines and RubricIn this assignment, students will:Collect and analyze assessment data from multiple measures and sources to plan and modify instruction and document students’ learning over timeSupport the development of foundational reading skillsUse knowledge about students and learning goals to organize the curriculum to facilitate language development and make accommodations and/or modifications as needed to promote student access to the curriculum.
For this assignment, you will give a series of short assessments to a child in your  student teaching placement or home, analyze them to determine the students strengths and areas of need, and develop an instructional support plan.
Part I: AssessmentsStudent Background Sheet You will be able to find the student background. Submit PDFs or pictures of your assessments and write a summary of what you learned from each assessment about the students strengths and needs, citing evidence. CHOOSE AND ADMINISTER TWO ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENT TOOLS FROM EITHER OR BOTH LISTS THAT ARE APPROPRIATE TO THE AGE AND SKILL LEVEL OF YOUR STUDENT:
Almost Fluent and Fluent Readers and WritersFluency Rubric Retelling Rubric (Fiction/ Nonfiction)Developmental Spelling InventoryRunning RecordSubmit PDFs or pictures of your assessments and write a summary of what you learned from each assessment about the students strengths and needs, citing evidence.All assessments are available.See instructor for approval to use alternate assessments.Part II: Instructional Support PlanWrite a detailed summary of the students strengths and needs, drawing on evidence from the assessments. Then, describe two specific instructional strategies and/or activities designed to foster your students literacy development by addressing the needs and/or building on the strengths you identified.
APA StylesCheck grammarsStrengthsComprehensionAreas of growthsReadingSpelling