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Does your school have a specific screening? I would use it to determine what students are 1-2 years behind. With Kindergarten, simple recognition of letters and numbers is a decent indicator. With 1-2, if they aren't reading appropriate leveled texts, then you need to devise a plan on how to get them to grade level.

Start by identifying based on being 2 years behind and go from there. I would suggest keeping those groups between 1-2 students, and students 1 year behind 3-4 in a group.

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driventoteach 05-30-2015 05:35 AM

Does your school have a specific screening? I would use it to determine what students are 1-2 years behind. With Kindergarten, simple recognition of letters and numbers is a decent indicator. With 1-2, if they aren't reading appropriate leveled texts, then you need to devise a plan on how to get them to grade level.

Start by identifying based on being 2 years behind and go from there. I would suggest keeping those groups between 1-2 students, and students 1 year behind 3-4 in a group.

1teacher21 05-28-2015 11:00 AM

I'm trying to connect with other reading interventionist or remedial specialist in reading. Need some advice on the best approach for identifying students. I have narrowed it down to several qualifiers; however with only one of me what grades should I focus in on. Kindergarten- Second or 1st through third? Either way gives me a lot of kiddos to work with.




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