Developmental Reading Programs : Developmental Reading Programs Presented by:
Sheryl Padilla Topics for Discussion : Topics for Discussion What is a Developmental Reading Program?
Reading Programs throughout the grade levels (K-5th grade)
How to establish a developmental reading program
Examples of Reading Programs
Reading Programs on Guam What is a developmental Reading Program? : What is a developmental Reading Program? Reading Programs throughout the grade levels: : Reading Programs throughout the grade levels: What to include in reading programs throughout the grade levels (k-5)
Reading Skills Pyramid Kindergarten Reading Programs : Kindergarten Reading Programs Vocabulary Development
….. 1st Grade Reading Programs : 1st Grade Reading Programs Vocabulary Development
….. 2nd Grade Reading Programs : 2nd Grade Reading Programs Vocabulary Development
responding to essential questions
comparing information from several sources
Distinguish between theme, plot, characters, setting
Create alternative endings for stories
Identify the use of rhyme, rhythm, and alliteration in reading level appropriate poetry. 3rd Grade Reading Programs : 3rd Grade Reading Programs Vocabulary Development
Read narrative and expository text aloud, fluently and accurately, pacing, intonation, and expression.
antonyms, synonyms, homophones, and homographs to determine the meanings of words.
demonstrate comprehension by identifying answers in the text
Students develop reading skill by distinguishing between structural features of the text and literary elements such as theme, plot, setting, and characters.
encourages development of an ability to distinguish common forms of literature such as poetry, drama, fiction, and non-fiction, as well as the basic plots of classic fairy tales, myths, folktale, legends, and fables from around the world. 4th Grade Reading Programs : 4th Grade Reading Programs Vocabulary Development
….. 5th Grade Reading Programs : 5th Grade Reading Programs Vocabulary Development
….. How to Establish a Developmental Reading Program : How to Establish a Developmental Reading Program Step 1:
Step 5: Slide 13: Guidelines for Reviewing a Reading Program Examples of Reading Programs : Examples of Reading Programs Success For All (SFA)
Designed for prevention and early intervention for K-3 students at risks for early reading failure
Key features include:
small teacher-student ratios for reading lessons
assessment and re-grouping assignments at eight week intervals
a reading curricula facilitator on site, and a comprehensive reading program
Direct Instruction (DI)
Is an early elementary school program that originated in 1960s as part of a federal program called Follow Through (FT) to teach low SES students to read successfully.
DI teacher manuals provide exact wording and precise direction for everything the teacher says and does in a lesson Slide 15: Exemplary Center for Reading Instruction (ECRI)
purpose is to teach teachers to use effective teaching strategies that prevent reading failure
The program emphasizes reading-related skills such as word recognition, study skills, spelling, penmanship, writing skills related to decoding, comprehension, and vocabulary
1st through 10th graders Some other reading programs… : Some other reading programs… Open Court
Carbo Reading Program Styles Program
Concept Oriented Reading Instruction (CORI)
ECE Reading Programs
Read (books) Aloud Interactive Games to Teach Reading : Interactive Games to Teach Reading Reading Programs used on GUAM : Reading Programs used on GUAM Direct Instruction (DI)
Success for All (SFA)
Effectives Schools Programs (ESP)
*** In Guam DOE’s District Action Plan it states that the elementary schools must select a program with input from parents, teachers, and staff.*** Schools that use DI : Schools that use DI …
… Schools that use SFA : Schools that use SFA Adacao Elementary
… Schools that use ESP : Schools that use ESP Price Elementary
Machanaonao Elementary School
***Schools have not begun using the program because USDOE has not yet approved the grant for funding.*** THE END…. THANK YOU!! : THE END…. THANK YOU!! Questions?
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