About the webcast
Planning for small groups of five or more students can be challenging, especially for beginning readers in Grades K-2. Each student has different literacy needs and different literacy strengths.
We will first look at administering a running record, a key tool in determining the needs of individual students. Then, we will review how to carefully analyze a running record to assess the needs of the child. Finally, we will focus on how to take the information from each of the running records of individual students and devise a plan for the instruction of the whole group to best meet the needs and build upon the strengths of the children.
About the presenters Amy Emmons teaches reading intervention at Squires Elementary in Lexington, KY. She has a master’s degree in School Administration, is Reading Recovery-trained, and is National Board Certified in Reading and Writing.
LeeAnn Lewellen teaches reading intervention at Squires Elementary in Lexington, KY. She has a master’s degree in reading and writing, is Reading Recovery-trained, and is National Board Certified in Reading and Writing.
Length of Session Approximately 70 minutes
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