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Clevedon school power point presentation

  1. 1. Accelerated Literacy Learning Writing Warriors
  2. 2. Writing Warriors
  3. 3. Student Selection !  Students who were just below the National Standard. !  Experienced very little progress. !  Struggled with verbalizing their ideas. !  Writing process was a struggle.
  4. 4. Writing Warriors !  Ownership was given to the children. !  Selected special names !  A warrior chant was established. !  Photos were taken of the children. !  Warrior Treaty. !  List of interests. !  Ready to start
  5. 5. The Programme ! The programme sessions were run at the same time each day ! Visible Learning. ! Liiteracy needs were established. ! Shared group goals as well as individual goals. ! Group and individual goals were reviewed. ! Discussed orally before commencing.
  6. 6. The Programme (cont.) !  Visual prompts !  Discuss their reactions to these prompts. !  Verbalizing sentence/s first. !  Feedback and feedforward. !  Teacher modelling !  Reflect and discuss !  Post It notes
  7. 7. Data Analysis Comparison of various e-asTTle data between start (time 1) and end (time 2) Year 3 Students Student e-asTTle 1 e-asTTle cut score 1 e-asTTle 2 e-asTTle cut score 2 Effect size A - RC 1P 1259 2B 1372 0.96 B – JF 1P 1288 2B 1371 0.71 C – RhCh 1A 1315 1A 1320 0.05 D – NS 1B 1164 1P 1294 1.10 E – DM 1B 1128 1P 1294 1.41 F – GP 1B 1031 1B 1170 1.18 !
  8. 8. Successful Strategies !  Verbalising – sentence structure !  Questioning !  Visuals – posters/videos !  Routines were the same each day !  Clear achievable, visible goals !  Use of materials – books, pens, post its, big books for the children to write in. !  Teacher modelling and think alouds !  Teachers planning together – sharing ideas !  Consistency – changing our plans to meet student needs.
  9. 9. Parent/Whanau Involvement !  Initial consultation !  Observation dates !  3-Way conferences !  Regular involvement !  Learning books
  10. 10. Inquiry team !  Teachers of target students were also part of the Inquiry Team - immediate feedback of student writing behaviour in own classroom setting was discussed/analysed on regular basis. !  Met every week to review, reflect and plan for future sessions. !  Practical ideas/strategies were shared and discussed. !  Regular weekly meetings ensured impact of teaching strategies were analysed and changed according to desired outcomes of students.
  11. 11. Teaching staff !  Timetabled weekly updates given the teaching staff. !  Formal sessions were scheduled. The Inquiry Team presented to staff more in-depth information as well as ideas and strategies that were proving successful. !  The classroom teachers of students in the programme also made time to come in and observe lessons. !  Feedback from staff was positive about the programme. !  More knowledgeable about the inquiry cycle and how we as teaching professionals need to constantly inquire into the impact of our teaching practices.

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