BRI's Module 5: Structured Literacy: Fluency, Assessment, and Intervention
Fluency is more than the rate of reading! Learn how to teach fluency and its vital role in making instructional decisions for students.
K-6 teachers and Administrators, Interventionists, and Special Education teachers
From this module, participants will be able to…
- Define what fluency and accuracy are and identify key characteristics.
- Explain where fluency falls within the integrated process of reading (Simple View of Reading and Scarborough’s Rope Model) and how it serves as a gateway to identifying reading gaps.
- Demonstrate how to administer and score a fluency screener and apply national norms.
- Demonstrate strategies for teaching the subskills of fluency.
- Apply the SVR to identify who and what types of intervention are needed.
- Follow the Assessment Cycle to determine next steps in identifying the lowest deficit skill.
- Teach self-monitoring skills to boost accuracy.
- Administer and score decoding surveys and phonics/spelling screener.
- Explain and demonstrate the steps in an evidence-based intervention and how it differs from Tier 1 instruction and tutoring.
Items to Bring and/or Prework: TBD
|Tue, Jun 12, 2018||8:30 AM - 4:00 PM|
|8:30 AM - 4:00 PM||Full Day||Greer Proctor-Dickson||Carolyn Mack||Teach For America Building|
|Wed, Jun 13, 2018||8:30 AM - 4:00 AM|
|8:30 AM - 4:00 AM||Full Day||Greer Proctor-Dickson||Carolyn Mack||Teach For America Building|
|Disabilities||If you have a disability that would need an accommodation (wheelchair, visual impairment, etc.), please contact us so that we can best accommodate you.|
|Food Allergies||If you have a food allergy or preference (vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, etc.), please contact us so that we can best accommodate you.|