Intervention Strategies to Follow Informal Reading Inventory Assessment: So What Do I Do Now?
This book will help to specifically connect performance on a informal reading inventory to related and practical intervention strategies. Written ... Show synopsis This book will help to specifically connect performance on a informal reading inventory to related and practical intervention strategies. Written with the firm belief that a student's performance on an evaluation instrument should be specifically connected to instruction in the intervention sessions that follow, this book will provide a clear understanding on how to connect assessment and instruction and specifically to tie informal reading inventory assessment and intervention instruction together. Arguing that there is a disconnect between the assessment of reading and the design of instructional activities to improve it, renowned authors of the Qualitative Reading Inventory, JoAnne Caldwell and Lauren Leslie, discuss how this disconnect stands in the way of implementing effective programs for struggling readers. Intervention strategies are offered that will help teachers connect assessment results on an informal reading inventory with specific aspects of intervention instruction. In a nutshell, Intervention Strategies to Follow Informal Reading Inventory Assessment is ideal for instructors seeking a systematic perspective to how intervention should be based on assessment. Reading Inventory. It is equally effective as a classroom tool. The informal reading inventory examiner can use it to suggest specific instructional directions in his/her evaluation report. The classroom teacher can use this book to base instruction on informal reading assessment which s/he may or may not have conducted. The classroom teacher will also find many instructional suggestions that can be used with all students, not just those who are struggling with reading. This book is marked by vibrant design and large size. Such features make it accessible, convenient, and easy to read.