Kim Entzminger

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Kim Entzminger
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Insanity: doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. Albert Einstein
 
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This includes a student assessment page, a teacher record page with columns for initial assessment and progress monitoring up to 4 times. In addition, a reference chart has been added to determine risk factor based on letter naming fluency from the
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Phonemic Awareness to Phonics uses Elkonin (sound) boxes to help students develop sound/sequence correspondence. These activities are designed to help students who have difficulty hearing beginning, middle, and ending sounds, for those students who
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This document includes assessment, progress monitoring, and ideas for intervention for students who need or have difficulty learning high frequency or sight words. There is an progress monitoring form with space for recording the initial
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This kit is designed to address fluency issues for small groups and individual students. There area multiple ways to assess and examine fluency included in this document. All interventions are research based and designed to help the educator
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This assessment examines consonants, short vowels, vowel patterns, digraphs, and the 37 most common rime or word endings in the English language. Teachers can use this assessment to determine where students fall within the developmental progression
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This is a one page, formatted document that has pictures along with the capital and lower case letters on it. I use this with my small groups for letter naming fluency activities, and with students who have difficulty remembering how letter look.
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These flash card go with my Personal Alphabet Chart. They have pictures and capital and lowercase letters, and are formatted for clean edge business cards. I love that I can just print these out and snap them apart. They really last and I don't
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These flash cards are high frequency cards that go with my 100 High Frequency Word Assessment, Progress Monitoring, and ideas for research based interventions for Response to Intervention. They are formatted to fit Clean Edge Business Cards, but
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This kit has everything you need to jumpstart Response to Intervention for letters and sounds, or just become more effective at meeting the needs of your students. Included are multiple research based interventions, ideas for changing up your
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This book is designed to be used with my RTI kit for letters and sounds, but can be used as an alphabet book where the child traces the letters. The pictures match my Personal Alphabet Chart and Flash Cards also available for free in my Storefront.
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This file contains eight different pages that are mentioned in my Letters and Sounds RTI Kit. These can be used to improve fluency in letter and/or sound naming.
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This is a one page "cheat sheet" for analyzing running records. It provides a question to ask yourself for each area and notation section at the top to guide you as you analyze a child's running or reading record.
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This document contains 12 different small group instruction plan templates that you can type into or modify to suit your own needs. Included are plans for individual groups or multiple groups for the week. They DO NOT provide specific intervention
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These bookmarks were designed to be sent home with students at the end of the year encouraging students to read at least 5 books to prevent summer reading loss.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am currently a Reading Coach, but was a Kindergarten Teacher for seven years prior to becoming the Reading Interventionist for six years. I have training in Reading Recovery, Project Read, and Orton Gillingham Multisensory Language Instruction. I know work with teachers, helping analyze data, planning instruction, and developing intervention plans. I served as the SST and 504 Coordinator, and as a model kindergarten classroom for our school. I also served as one of three Intetrventionist on the District Interventionist Leadership Team in 2010-2011training other Interventionists on small group instruction, and have been a Mentor Trainer for the District. I currently serve on our School Intervention Team and assist with planning interventions, staff development on RTI/Interventions.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am a whatever works kind of teacher. I prefer hands on, integrated, multi-modal instruction, but my teaching style is dictated by the needs of the teachers and students I work with. I often incorporate music, movement, and high interest materials when teaching students.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I recieved my National Board Certification as an Early Childhood Generalist on my first attempt with a perfect score on the on the Literacy Component of my portfolio. I was the District Distinguished Teacher of Reading in 2015. I have presented at the 2008 SCIRA Conference on Brain Development and Early Literacy. .

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a Bachelor of Education with a focus on Early Childhood Education from the University of South Carolina at Aiken, a Masters of Education in Divergent Learning from Columbia College in Columbia, SC, and have completed all but a pilot study and dissertation for my PhD in Early Childhood Education from Walden University. In addition, I completed the graduate level training for Reading Recovery from Clemson Univeristy, and the Orton Gillingham Assoicate level training .I hold highly qualified certification status in Early Childhood , Elementary Education, and Reading Teacher. I am also designated as a Mentor Trainer for the District.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I have two children, and am married to my high school sweetheart. My oldest daughter is 21, married, working on a degree in early intervention with the goal of a Master's in Speech Pathology while moving around with her husband who is in the Navy, currently in New Bern, NC. My youngest child is in the 3rd grade. I have a sister who is a Special Education teacher and a brother in law enforcement who struggled to learn to read due to dyslexia. I have lots of animals and would have been a Veternarian if I wasn't a teacher. We currently have 5 dogs (3 resuces), a cat, 1 bearded dragon, 1 velied chameleon, and 2 goats named Romeo and Juliette. My parents live within walking distance of my home and are wildlife rehabilitators, so we have lots of deer, raccoons, squirrels, and other assorted animals around. Life is fun, crazy, chaotic, and never boring!

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