Option A: Early Reading
Goal #1: Jeff will develop book and print awareness.
The strategy that will be implemented to achieve this goal will be Comprehension strategies. Comprehension strategies are the techniques a proficient reader uses to gain meaning from the text. Jeff will use this strategy to build his skills and learn how to predict, summarize, retell, reread, and question what he is reading, in order to gain the understanding of letters, words, sentences, and stories.
Goal #2: Jeff will demonstrate decoding and word recognition skills
The Model-Lead-Test approach to instruction is used to provide students with frequent opportunities for practicing a new skill correctly while having direct teacher supervision, Jeff will use this strategy in order to help him Recognize consonants.
Goal#3: Jeff will develop and apply strategies and skills to comprehend text that is read, heard, and viewed.
Graphic organizers are simple diagrams used to assist students, at any grade level, in organizing and recalling elements from stories they have listened to or read. Jeff will use graphic organizers in order to be able to retell details, events, and ideas from a story. This will help him Engage in talk about books and stories that are discussed by being able to talk about characters, settings, and main events, use pictures and context to make predictions about story content, and demonstrate a sense of story (e.g. beginning, middle, end, characters, and details).
One hands on activity for Jeff is a story banner. He will draw the main events of a narrative story making a story banner for his goal to develop and apply strategies and skills to comprehend text that is read, heard, and viewed. Using construction paper he will fold the paper to make 6 squares, and write and draw what happens in the beginning, middle, and end of the story in each square as the text is being read.
The research based Reading resource page that should be used for Jeff...