students to determine which ones need intervention.
FCAT Data with improvements for last 2 years
FAIR Data (Florida
Assessment for Instruction in Reading) provides a plan for
Comprehension Data ( Data from
Action Research) provides items that will be emphasized
throughout the course to raise comprehension level.
assessments include both formative and summative structures.
assessments are ongoing take the form of teacher
observations, conferencing, and work tasks.
assessments render grades, but also drive remedial
instruction. Formative: on-going evaluation
for each level
Every exercise in texts are
computer based and student progress can be made on a
is recorded on all level one
students and analyzed for efficient reading. Continue
with current level and encourage outside reading.
will be recorded on all students in
level one and two until a 95% or higher is obtained.
Emphasize fluency and context clues
Summative given when a student
completes a level
The assessments are computer based.
80% is considered mastery
and will move a student to the next level.
Student log is
maintained for each level. All errors are recorded
and a determination is made of why the question was
answered incorrectly and is written down.
Grade evaluations are made from their effort.
helps establish the specific problem area
The diagnostics are
computer based (one for each level
> 74% move student
to next level (comprehension satisfactory for level)
The diagnostic provide
a score, benchmarks that need more effort, and problems
Provides lexile level ( level one 800 - 950) (level two
951 - 1050) (level three 1051 - 1100) (level four 1101 -
If < 75% percent
drop one level indicated by the FAIR assessment.
Focus on strategies to build comprehension and follow
instructions in text.
allow a final assessment of individual student growth and
the effectiveness of instructional programs. These outcome
measures also encourage refinement of the whole process.