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I find that tracking each students progress in reading is important for ensuring that they are in fact making growth. I have found it helpful to create a graph for each child that shows what the expected standard for growth is for the year, and also includes what level the child is at relative to standard. I plot the child’s instructional level at the beginning of the year, and also throughout the year as I progress monitor with running records. Depending on if the child is below, at, or above standard I draw in my own line that shows the path the child needs to take in order to obtain standard, or maintain standard by the end of the year. This helps me to visually see if the child is on track for reaching their goal by the end of the year.
The graphs included in this resource are for K-7th grade. Also, there are two versions of each graph; one for schools that start in August, the other for schools that start in September. I have also included a blank graph so that you can fill it in so it fits your needs.
Be sure to check out these other great resources for tracking your student's growth:
Dolch Sight Words Assessment Lists
Letter Names & Sounds Assessment Lists
Math Fact Quizzes
I also recommend these resources:
Handwriting Practice Bundle
First Grade Math Morning Work: Bundle 1
Math Fact Fluency: Addition and Subtraction Mega Bundle
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