Identify your stage in the learning cycle

VIII. Steps to Complete Tasks:

IV.1. Student Input
Please put the following steps into an order to complete the task

Steps Order
Identify the level of the text being used. Use Rog and Burton, Fry, or other text leveling method.
Review the data analysis. Based on the results, identify strengths and learning needs and make recommendations for targeted instruction. Communicate your findings and instructional recommendations in a detailed report.
If you are teaching kindergarten, give the student a CAP assessment. Record and analyze responses. If you are teaching grades 1-3, give the student a RR. Record and analyze responses. If you are teaching grades 4-6, give the student a RMI. Record and analyze responses. Indicate whether the text is a warm or cold read.
Have the student read aloud. Record words correct per minute (WCPM).
Have the student retell what they read and record responses on the retelling form./td>
Write interview questions, set the stage for the interview, ask the student the interview questions.
Collect three writing samples. Identify the studentís spelling stage and writing stage.
Compose a letter to the parents that explains your findings and your ideas for further instruction. The letter must include (1) identification of who you are and statements of your philosophy of literacy education, (2) the design and practices of your literacy instructional program, (3) assessment tools used, (4) results of your assessment, (5) your instructional plans to address assessment results, and (6) suggestions for how parents might support the studentís literacy development at home.
Attach assessment pieces and review the checklist to ensure you have met all assignment requirements.
Record the studentsí responses and observable behaviors. Analyze the responses and behaviors from socio-cultural, socio-linguistic, and cognitive perspectives.