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Trends in reading: SRA Flex Literacy

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Discover the trends in reading and literacy, reading strategies, and the key takeaways of SRA Flex Literacy.

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Trends in reading: SRA Flex Literacy

  1. 1. Nancy E. Marchand-Martella, Ph.D., BCBA-D Ronald C. Martella, Ph.D., BCBA-D confidential and proprietary 1 Current Trends in Reading: Highlighting
  2. 2. confidential and proprietary • Students struggle with the complex demands of reading more complex text across two text types (literary and informational): –About two-thirds of 4th- and 8th- grade students read at less than a “proficient” level (Source: National Assessment of Educational Progress [NAEP], 2013) 2 What’s the Problem?
  3. 3. confidential and proprietary (Source: NAEP, 2013) 3
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  5. 5. confidential and proprietary 5 2. Response to Intervention 3. Elements of Effective Reading Instruction (Grades 4-12) 4. Gradual Release of Responsibility 1. Common Core State Standards and Other Hot Areas
  6. 6. confidential and proprietary 6 “What’s Hot, What’s Not” International Reading Association Literacy Survey for 2015 Two Extremely Hot Topics: (100% of respondents were in agreement) 1). Close Reading/Deep Reading 2). Common Core Standards
  7. 7. confidential and proprietary 7 “What’s Hot, What’s Not” International Reading Association Literacy Survey for 2015 (Source: Cassidy & Grote-Garcia, 2014) Six Very Hot Topics: (at least 75% of respondents were in agreement) 1). College and Career Readiness* 2). High Stakes Assessment* 3). Informational/Nonfiction Texts* 4). Text Complexity* 5). Digital Literacies/New Literacies 6). Writing, Argumentative and Based on Sources *= were considered very hot in 2014.
  8. 8. confidential and proprietary Response to Intervention (RTI) Tier 3: Intensive Intervention (Possibly Special Education) Tier 2: Strategic Intervention (Supplemental) Tier 1: General Education (Core) 8
  9. 9. confidential and proprietary Response to Intervention (RTI) Tier 4: Additional Tier (Special Education) Tier 3: Intensive Intervention (Possibly Special Education) Tier 2: Strategic Intervention (Supplemental) Tier 1: General Education (Core) 9
  10. 10. confidential and proprietary 5 Elements of Effective Reading Instruction (Grades 4-12) Word Study Fluency Vocabulary Comprehension Motivation 10 (Source: Marchand-Martella & Martella, 2013)
  11. 11. confidential and proprietary Model Guide Monitor Student Responsibility Increases Computer/Teacher Responsibility Decreases 11 Gradual Release of Responsibility
  12. 12. confidential and proprietary 12 SRA FLEX Literacy Overview
  13. 13. confidential and proprietary Interact with Skill- Specific Text 13
  14. 14. confidential and proprietary Writing Speaking and Listening Reading: Foundational Skills Reading: Literature Reading: Informational Text LanguageReading: Foundational Skills Reading: Literature Reading: Informational Text Language 14 Common Core State Standards
  15. 15. confidential and proprietary Digital Experience 15
  16. 16. confidential and proprietary Interact with Challenging Text 16
  17. 17. confidential and proprietaryconfidential and proprietary Reading: Foundational Skills Writing Speaking and Listening Reading: Literature Reading: Informational Text LanguageReading: Literature Reading: Informational Text Language 17 Common Core State Standards
  18. 18. confidential and proprietary Interact with Challenging Text 18
  19. 19. confidential and proprietary Reading: Literature Reading: Foundational Skills Reading: Informational Text Writing Speaking and Listening LanguageReading: Informational Text Writing Speaking and Listening Language 19 Common Core State Standards
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  21. 21. confidential and proprietary 21 Gradual Release Model
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  23. 23. confidential and proprietary 23 2. Response to Intervention 3. Five Elements of Effective Reading Instruction (Grades 4-12) 4. Gradual Release of Responsibility Takeaways: 1. Common Core State Standards and Other Hot Areas

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