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 Part 1 

Using one of the following English Language Arts Standards resources below, (1) select three standards from the pre-kindergarten through grade five range. Then, (2) detail an appropriate assessment tool that you would utilize to determine literacy growth from your students. You must provide a minimum of 2 informal and 2 formal assessments for each standard (a total of 12 assessment tools). You are strongly encouraged to be creative with your informal and formal assessments providing it addresses the standards you select. Look at the example that is attached 

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org/ELA-Literacy“>http://www.corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy   

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Part 2 

 M4: Rough Draft pages Phonemic Awareness Please follow the example I have attached the blank template to fill out, 

Renee Lisecki EDU203 January 20, 2021

Assessment Tools Assignment

Standard: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.1.4: Read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.

Grade Level: 1

Formal Assessment: Discuss the main components of a story and have each student fill in a blank story map as to which event happened first, middle, and at the end. They can write the events with words or draw pictures to show what happened.

Formal Assessment: Perform one minute timed readings with each child to determine accuracy and fluency.

Informal Assessment: Have the students record themselves reading a story and then retelling the story to the teacher.

Informal Assessment: Read a short passage to the students and ask them about the main character, the setting, and a problem that occurs in the story.

Standard: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.1.4.B: Read grade-level text orally with accuracy, appropriate, and expression on successive readings.

Grade Level: 1

Formal Assessment: Performing a formal assessment such as The Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS).

Formal Assessment: Say a word out loud to the student and then have them change the first letter of the word and tell you what the new word is. Have them write the word on a piece of paper.

Informal Assessment: Place the students in small groups to read together and observe their expression, tone, and fluency.

Informal Assessment: Have the students pair up with a partner and do “Readers Theater” where they each read parts of a script or poem out loud to their peers.

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Standard: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.1.3.B: Decode regularly spelled one-syllable words.

Formal Assessment: Have the students find and fill in the missing letters to spell words.

Formal Assessment: Have the students find words that rhyme with their weekly spelling words and write each word with their spelling words.

Informal Assessment: Have children say words out loud phonetically using their hands.

Informal Assessment: Say a word slowly to the student and have the student blend the sounds together and guess what the word is.

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Phonemic Awareness
Phonics
Fluency
Vocabulary
Component
Reading Comprehension
Writing

Phonemic Awareness

. Phonemic Awareness is the ability to identify and manipulate individuals sounds in spoken words. The ability to hear and manipulate the sounds in spoken words and understanding that spoken words and syllables are made up of sequences of speech sounds.

In my classroom, these are a few ways I will be teaching phonemic awareness.

 Circle Rhyme  Bag of sounds  Clap out the sound.  Reading Preparedness

At home, there are many fun ways you can reinforces this skill at home.

 Play I spy  Practice combining words and syllables  Guess my word 

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