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Reading 5: Demonstration of Accomplishment R+

Description

Through a culminating practicum, teachers demonstrate knowledge of the reading components, assessment, and data analysis by creating and implementing comprehensive, research-based instructional plans. Participants must have completed Reading Competencies 1-4 before beginning this course. Reading 4 must have been with Beacon.

Requires student contact.

Learning Objectives - FL

Competency 5 - Demonstration of Accomplishment

  • 5.1 Use assessment and data analysis to monitor student progress and guide instruction over time to ensure an increase in student learning.
  • 5.2 Demonstrate research-based instructional practices for facilitating reading comprehension.
  • 5.3 Demonstrate research-based instructional practices for developing oral/aural language development.
  • 5.4 Demonstrate research-based instructional practices for developing students’ phonological awareness.
  • 5.5 Demonstrate research-based instructional practices for developing phonics skills and word recognition.  
  • 5.6 Demonstrate research-based instructional practices for developing reading fluency and reading endurance.
  • 5.7 Demonstrate research-based instructional practices for developing both academic and domain specific vocabulary.
  • 5.8 Demonstrate research-based instructional practices to facilitate students’ monitoring and self correcting in reading.
  • 5.9 Demonstrate research-based comprehension instructional practices for developing students’ higher order thinking to enhance comprehension.
  • 5.10 Demonstrate research-based instructional practices for developing students’ ability to read critically.
  • 5.11 Demonstrate differentiation of instruction for all students utilizing increasingly complex print and digital text.
  • 5.12 Demonstrate skill in assessment and instruction with English language learners from diverse backgrounds and at varying English proficiency levels.
  • 5.13 Create an information intensive environment that includes print and digital text.
  • 5.14 Use a variety of instructional practices to motivate and engage students in reading.
  • 5.15 Demonstrate intentional, explicit, systematic writing instruction as it relates to the ability to read written language.

Additional Objectives Based on HB 7069 Requirements

  • Design instructional plans that include explicit, systematic, and sequential instruction and incorporate multisensory intervention. 
  • Implement instruction appropriate for a student with dyslexia (or the characteristics of dyslexia).

Learning Objectives

  • Use assessment and data analysis to monitor student progress and guide instruction over time to ensure an increase in student learning. 
  • Demonstrate research-based instructional practices for facilitating reading comprehension. Demonstrate research-based instructional practices for developing oral/aural language development. 
  • Demonstrate research-based instructional practices for developing students’ phonological awareness. 
  • Demonstrate research-based instructional practices for developing phonics skills and word recognition. 
  • Demonstrate research-based instructional practices for developing reading fluency and reading endurance. 
  • Demonstrate research-based instructional practices for developing both academic and domain specific vocabulary. 
  • Demonstrate research-based instructional practices to facilitate students’ monitoring and self-correcting in reading. 
  • Demonstrate research-based comprehension instructional practices for developing students’ higher order thinking to enhance comprehension. 
  • Demonstrate research-based instructional practices for developing students’ ability to read critically. 
  • Demonstrate differentiation of instruction for all students utilizing increasingly complex print and digital text. 
  • Demonstrate skill in assessment and instruction with English language learners from diverse backgrounds and at varying English proficiency levels. 
  • Create an information intensive environment that includes print and digital text. 
  • Use a variety of instructional practices to motivate and engage students in reading. 
  • Demonstrate intentional, explicit, systematic writing instruction as it relates to the ability to read written language. 
  • Design instructional plans that include explicit, systematic, and sequential instruction and incorporate multisensory intervention. 
  • Implement instruction appropriate for a student with dyslexia (or the characteristics of dyslexia).

Documentation Methods

Participants must document their learning by completing the following summatives.

3 Lesson Plans - Learner creates a standards-based plan for instruction.
3 Reflections - Learner synthesizes previous knowledge and course content in order to develop a narrative response.
1 Video Submission - Learner demonstrates implementation of course content by providing a video submission of a specified activity.

The summatives must meet 80% of the established criteria.

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Course Last Updated: 2022