REWARDSINTERVENTIONPROGRAMCrissy HancockCIED 4123April 25, 2013Penny Ezell and Angelia Arguello
REWARDSReadingExcellenceWord AttackandRateDevelopmentStrategies (Microsoft Clipart, 2011)
REWARDS INTERVENTIONPROGRAM REWARDS is readingand writing programaimed to teachintermediate andsecondary students aflexib...
REWARDS INTERVENTIONPROGRAM Emerged from Dr. Anita Archer’s ideas Students were significantly below grade level inreadin...
REWARDS Interventionhelps various age groupsand subjects• Intermediate (4th-6thgrades)• Secondary (6th grade +)• Plus Soci...
REWARDS INTERMEDIATE (4-6GRADES) Created for students who are at orabove 2.5 grade level Various assessments are used to...
REWARDS INTERMEDIATE Helps withcomprehension Improves decodingability of students Helps with multisyllabicword identifi...
REWARDS INTERMEDIATE 25 Scripted lessons Each lesson is approx.50 minutes per day Evidenced based Pretest/Posttest hel...
REWARDS INTERMEDIATELESSONSCovert Strategy in alesson1. Look for prefixes, suffixes,and vowels.2. Say the word.3. Say the ...
EVIDENCED-BASEDINTERVENTIONStudy:18 days of instructionstudents showed huge gainswith the REWARDSprogram over students who...
REWARDS INTERVENTION Scaffolding instructionalapproach Guided instruction leadsto independent learning Strategies to he...
REFERENCES Archer, A., Gleason, M., Vachon, V. (2003). DECODING AND FLUENCY: FOUNDATIONSKILLS FOR STRUGGLING OLDER READER...
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  • Crissy, excellent presentation! the rewards=success was great as well as your explanation over multiple great levels. Gradual release connection is very important, no need to modify! Using content area reading would be a great way to build skills across the curriculum, and possibly identifying weaknesses in those areas. Very detailed with lots of examples, illustrations and proof. Amazing -
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  • I also appreciated the way you organized your information. This presentation has given me a very good idea of who this intervention is for and what it contains. I like the organization of different levels and different books, and it's nice knowing examples of word attack strategies that are implemented. - Ryan
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  • Crissy, This is Sharon Loniak. I just viewed your powerpoint presentation on the rewards intervention program. Who knew what a cool program Rewards must be?! I am glad that you chose it and shared the information with us. I enjoyed the way you set up your information. I also liked the graphics that you chose. The color scheme and background of gray and yellow would be a good contrast for watching your powerpoint on an overhead, I think.
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  • Not sure why, but some of my text moved when it was converted to the slideshare website. I hope you can still read it. :)
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  1. 1. REWARDSINTERVENTIONPROGRAMCrissy HancockCIED 4123April 25, 2013Penny Ezell and Angelia Arguello
  2. 2. REWARDSReadingExcellenceWord AttackandRateDevelopmentStrategies (Microsoft Clipart, 2011)
  3. 3. REWARDS INTERVENTIONPROGRAM REWARDS is readingand writing programaimed to teachintermediate andsecondary students aflexible strategy fordecoding long words. REWARDS increasesoral and silent readingfluency. Supports content-areasuccess Builds backgroundknowledge in Science andSocial Studies Explicit systematicapproach Tier II, Response toIntervention solution Strategic supplementalsupport(Sopris Learning, n.d.)REWARDS = SUCCESS
  4. 4. REWARDS INTERVENTIONPROGRAM Emerged from Dr. Anita Archer’s ideas Students were significantly below grade level inreading skills Incorporates the Gradual Release model I do We do You do Focuses on decoding long words Identifying Prefixes, suffixes, and vowels sounds Segmenting longer words(Archer, Gleason, & Vachon, 2006)
  5. 5. REWARDS Interventionhelps various age groupsand subjects• Intermediate (4th-6thgrades)• Secondary (6th grade +)• Plus Social Studies(6th grades +)• Plus Science(6th grades +)• Plus Writing(6th grades +)(Sopris Learning, n.d.)
  6. 6. REWARDS INTERMEDIATE (4-6GRADES) Created for students who are at orabove 2.5 grade level Various assessments are used toidentify students San Diego Quick Assessment Woodcock Reading Mastery Tests Students that struggle with longwords, word identification, and oralreading can benefit fromREWARDS (Archer et al, 2006)(Microsoft Clipart, 2011)
  7. 7. REWARDS INTERMEDIATE Helps withcomprehension Improves decodingability of students Helps with multisyllabicword identification andunderstanding Expands vocabulary Fluency will alsoincrease(Archer et al, 2006)(Microsoft Clipart, 2011)
  8. 8. REWARDS INTERMEDIATE 25 Scripted lessons Each lesson is approx.50 minutes per day Evidenced based Pretest/Posttest helpswith monitoring Lessons 1-15 preskills Lessons 16-25 teachesstrategies for decodingwords Lessons include: Oral Activities Vowel combinations Vowel conversions Reading parts of aword Underlining vowels Prefix & Suffixidentification (Archer et al, 2006)(Sopris Learning, n.d
  9. 9. REWARDS INTERMEDIATELESSONSCovert Strategy in alesson1. Look for prefixes, suffixes,and vowels.2. Say the word.3. Say the whole word.4. Make it a real word.The overt strategy is fadedout to help the studentsmove on to the covertstrategy.Overt Strategy in a lesson1. Circle the prefixes2. Circles the suffixes3. Underline the vowels4. Say the parts of the word5. Say the whole word6. Make it realEXAMPLERe con struc tion(Archer et al, 2006)
  10. 10. EVIDENCED-BASEDINTERVENTIONStudy:18 days of instructionstudents showed huge gainswith the REWARDSprogram over students whowere taught generaldecoding lessons.(Archer, Gleason, Vachon, &Hollenbeck, 2001)Study:Struggling 4th and 5th graderswho were a REWARDS groupmade significant gains overstudents in a control group.(Sopris Learning, n.d.)(Sopris Learning, n.d.)
  11. 11. REWARDS INTERVENTION Scaffolding instructionalapproach Guided instruction leadsto independent learning Strategies to help withdecoding multisyllabicwords Significant improvementfor struggling readersComprehensionVocabularyFluency(Archer, Gleason, Vachon, 2003)
  12. 12. REFERENCES Archer, A., Gleason, M., Vachon, V. (2003). DECODING AND FLUENCY: FOUNDATIONSKILLS FOR STRUGGLING OLDER READERS. Learning Disability Quarterly, 26(2), 89. Archer, A., Gleason, M., & Vachon, V. (2006). REWARDS. New York, New York: Sopris WestEducational Services. Microsoft Clipart. (2011). Student Working [Photograph]. Retrieved fromhttp://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/results.aspx?qu=students&ex=1#ai:MP900427825| Microsoft Clipart. (2011). Student Testing [Photograph]. Retrieved fromhttp://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/results.aspx?qu=students+testing&ex=1#ai:MP900408982| Microsoft Clipart. (2011). Teacher with Student [Photograph]. Retrieved fromhttp://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/results.aspxqu=student&ex=1#ai:MP900448524|mt:2| Sopris Learning. (n.d.). The REWARDS Overview. Retrieved fromhttp://www.soprislearning.com/docs/librariesprovider3/other-products-items/rewards_overview.pdf?sfvrsn=0 Sopris Learning. (n.d.). REWARDS Research. [Iage of Graph]. Retrieved fromhttp://www.soprislearning.com/literacy/rewards-program/research-and-results Sopris Learning. (n.d.). REWARDS Workbooks [Photograph]. Retrieved fromhttp://www.soprislearning.com/literacy/rewards-program/rewards-sample

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