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Edu 643 - Brooke Di Giacomo Edu 643 - Brooke Di Giacomo Presentation Transcript

  • The Case of the Missing Sight Words Brooke Di Giacomo EDU 643 Interactive Web-Based Lesson
  • Introduction Web-based activity for 1st-2nd grade struggling readers The activity allows students to see and interact with sight words. Students can see and hear sight words being used in stories and songs.
  • ADDIE - Analyze Audience characteristics: Short attention span Love using the computer Varying degrees of motivation for reading Different reading levels, however, all below grade level
  • Analyze What do they need to learn? Learning Objective: Students will be able to recognize/read the first 220 Dolch words. State Standards: R.WS.01.06 Make progress in automatically recognizing the 220 Dolch basic sight words.
  • Analyze Enjoy seat work and computer time Struggling Readers who need to be at grade level Lacking confidence and interest in reading deficits in sight word recognition common throughout all students Create activity for sight word practice, interest and confidence Interactive using stories and songs
  • Analyze Constraints computer time, learner’s reading level, availability of resources Delivery Options: computer, book, teacher, paper, audio, video
  • Analyze Tasks to determine competency: Accuracy in: finding sight words on the web activity, reading sight words form the rapid naming chart, seat work, writing and reading
  • Analyze Timeline: 4 school weeks - Students will complete all activities/centers including the web activity and assessments in a 4 week period. Activities are changed after all children have completed it.
  • Analyze Classroom/web learning differences: staying on the correct webpage, computer literacy, turn taking, listening to the computer as if it were a human/teacher
  • Analyze Online Pedagogical Considerations: Visual - students are seeing the sight words displayed in the song and stories. Auditory - Students are listening to the words being read in the stories and song. Verbal - Students can sing along or say the words to themselves. They are also listening to the stories being read.
  • ADDIE - Design Stage 1 - What are the objectives?: Learning Objective: Students will be able to recognize/read the first 220 Dolch words.
  • Design Stage 2 - What skills, knowledge and attitudes are trying to be developed?: Skills - computer literacy (navigating a webpage, staying on task, clicking on the correct links...) Knowledge - sight words Attitudes - positive attitudes toward reading and computer competency
  • Design Stage 3 -What resources and strategies are used in your instruction?: Resources - weebly.com, youtube.com, starfall.com Strategies - repetition of words, keeping students engaged, having fun with reading, creating successful experiences with reading
  • Design Stage 4 -How is the content of the learning material structured? The activity begins with an intro to hook the students. Next, the task is presented. The task begins and students watch embedded videos until they find all of the sight words listed on the “check off” sheets provided. At the end, students practice the words with an activity from starfall.com and their “check off” sheets are turned in.
  • Design Stage 5 -How will the learner's understanding and whether or not they have met the objectives of the instruction be assessed. The web based activity will be assessed using the “check off” sheets. The formative assessments for the month will include: “check off” sheets, seat work, writing and reading out loud to an adult. The summative assessment that will be used is a rapid naming chart.
  • ADDIE - Develop Create a web page at weebly.com - teacher - 2 days Find videos to embed on the webpage at weebly.com - teacher - 2 hours Find/develop practice activities to use after the web based activity - teacher - 1 hour Finalize web page and publish site - teacher - 5 mins. Create the “check off” sheet - teacher - 20 mins.
  • Develop Set up activity on the computer for students - teacher - 5 mins. Students complete web based activity - students - 15 mins. per student Turn in “check off” sheets - students - 1 min. Review completed “check off” sheets - teacher - 1 hour
  • ADDIE - Implement The Training of Facilitators - Curriculum Review testing data with my co-teacher and determine the area of need - sight words Plan a curriculum based on data collected - The curriculum focuses on practicing and using sight words to master them. Learning sight words provides for confidence building for frustrated learners.
  • Implementation Training of Facilitators - Learning Outcomes Identify/read the first 220 sight words Improve confidence Improve reading skills
  • Implementation Training of Facilitators - Method of Delivery direct instruction, web based activity, independent/seat work
  • Implementation Training of Facilitators - Testing Procedures Beginning - Rapid Naming Chart - Students read the words without sounding them out Middle - Classroom Assignments End - Rapid Naming Chart
  • Implementation Preparation of the Learners - Use of New Tools Which button is play How tabs work
  • Implementation Preparation of the Learners - Advising Students on Good Software Use Strategies Stay on the correct website Follow instructions on-line as you would the teacher
  • Implementation Placing all Tools The “check off” sheet and a highlighter will be provided under each monitor Seat/independent work will be in their folders Computers will be set up and on the webpage headphones will be plugged in Center rotation will be on their folders
  • Evaluate Evaluation Goal Specification Teacher - data in order to measure progress and plan instruction Parents/Students - see progress, know which areas need to be targeted at home
  • Evaluate Preparation Rapid naming chart for each student Get all assignments into each students folder
  • Evaluate Data Collection Known words will be counted and the rapid naming charts will be kept until the next assessment. Classroom assessments will be reviewed by the teacher.
  • Evaluate Data Analysis The number of known words are measured against others in the class and the total that should be known for a student’s specific grade level The data is used to plan instruction for each student.
  • Evaluate Revision If students’ number of known sight words have not improved then modification of the curriculum is needed. If the number has improved then more practice is needed until all 220 are known.
  • Evaluate Recycling Students will be assessed using summative evaluation. The summative evaluation is the rapid naming chart. Based on the results of this assessment, changes may be made to the curriculum, for use in the future.
  • Learning Objectives Short Term Objective: Increase students’ known sight words to 220. Longterm Objective: Increase students’ reading level to their grade level.
  • The Case of the Missing Sight Words Home Page
  • The Case of the Missing Sight Words Introduction
  • The Case of the Missing Sight Words Task & Evaluation
  • The Case of the Missing Sight Words Video Page
  • The Case of the Missing Sight Words Games Page
  • The Case of the Missing Sight Words Teacher Page
  • The Case of the Missing Sight Words Credits Page
  • The Case of the Missing Sight Words Assessment Formative - Students’ assessments for the web based activity will be based on how many sight words they can find. They will have a sheet of paper with all of the sight words listed in alphabetical order and they will cross off each word with a highlighter when they find it.
  • The Case of the Missing Sight Words Assessment Summative - Students’ summative assessment will be based on how many sight words they have gained on their rapid naming chart.
  • Implementation The web based activity will be added to the curriculum for next year’s Reading Club. After completing initial assessments we will begin the curriculum on sight words, which will now include The Case of the Missing Sight Words activity.
  • Peer Evaluations Mentor Teacher
  • Peer Evaluations Co-Teacher
  • Conclusion Overall, I am very happy with the results and I am very excited to implement this next year.