Comprehension Reflection

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The lesson is designed to address the aspects of reading comprehension and fluency for three students. There is a total of three activities. The first activity is Model Reading. The second activity is Think-Alouds and the third activity is a Story Structure. The purpose of these activities is to improve reading comprehension and fluency. Each activity should take approximately one hour, over a period of three days.

Grade Level - Kindergarten
Number of Students in Classroom - 3 students
ELL Students - number and levels - 3 ELL students (levels 2 and 4)
Students with Disabilities - number and nature of disability - 1 Student with ADD (medication is taken)

Model Reading
Informal Assessment - The teacher will observe the students as they read
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Formal assessment - The students will turn in their person book. The checklist used by the teacher is attached below.

Model Reading
Informal Assessment - The teacher will observe the students as they read aloud. The teacher will circulate amongst the students for assistance. Think Alouds
Formal Assessment - The teacher will check off on the "think-aloud checklist" for each student to monitor their comprehension of the story. Story Structure
Informal assessment - The teacher will circulate amongst the students an observe if the studetns are placing the events in the correct location.
Formal assessment - The students will turn in their person book. The checklist used by the teacher is attached below.

Model Reading
Informal Assessment - The teacher will observe the students as they read aloud. The teacher will circulate amongst the students for assistance. Think Alouds
Formal Assessment - The teacher will check off on the "think-aloud checklist" for each student to monitor their comprehension of the story. Story
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One student is a male, level two emergent bilingual who struggles with fluency. The other two students are level four emergent bilinguals, who are struggling with comprehension and excel in fluency. The theory I used to implement the artifact was through Inquiry-based learning. As a result of implementing the artifact, the students will increase their comprehension and fluency levels. I have learned that students prefer to learn through games and fun class activities rather than drill and practice when it comes to implementing this
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