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running records
Old 01-20-2012, 01:12 PM
 
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One easy way to track progress is with running records. Give her an instructional leveled passage and do a RR on the first 100 words. Keep her in the 90-95% range. Hopefully you have access to leveled passages/books, like Reading A-Z. Speaking of Reading A-Z, they also have ReadingTutor.com. Lots of materials there, tutor reports, etc.

If I were the parent, I would want to see progress tracked also.

I tutor during the summer and created a tutor report that suited my needs. It shares what skills I've worked on, areas of strength, areas of weakness, assessment results, anecdotal observations.

2 hours is too long for a 9 yr old to spend on a Saturday with a tutor. I'd convince him that one on one for an hour is a significant amount of instructional time, especially if you are seeing her 4 days a week.

If I could attach my tutor report, I would. Good luck.
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