One of the biggest pieces of Response to Intervention is documenting, documenting, documenting. Once you and/or your grade level team determine which students need the same targeted intervention, whether it's long and short vowels, fluency with repeated readings or using context clues to increase vocabulary knowledge, for example...use this log sheet for a small group of 1-5 students to document your intervention area, skill, length of intervention and anecdotal notes and observations...with room on Friday to document progress monitoring results. I usually keep each group's lesson log sheet on one side of a two-pocket folder with any lesson materials and progress monitoring hard copies in the other pocket.
For more information on possible interventions, see my "If, Then - Reading Interventions Menu" in my TpT store or my blog to see how we do RtI at our school.
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You have carefully thought about the many aspects of intervention and have provided such right materials to help teachers keep track of everything that is going on during intervention times. Thank you so much for such high quality work! YOU ROCK!
April 28, 2013
Thanks Jen for the sale!
I adore your products.
Sarah! I hear you. I'm totally up for creating that if you let me know what type of reading skills you would like to progress monitor. What grade level are your students actually reading on? Are they getting phonics interventions or more of comprehension interventions? You know you can use my Fluency Passages to monitor comprehension for students reading anywhere between the 1st and 5th grade reading level. Let me know. Jen