Jos Lynn: Case Study

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Jos 'Lynn is currently a sophomore at Euclid High School who applied and for the Culinary Arts program at Euclid High School and the Early Childhood Education program at Mentor High School. Jos 'Lynn was accepted into the Culinary Arts program and is on a waiting list for the Early Childhood program at Mentor High School. She will be participating in the program. Teachers report that Jos 'Lynn is a cooperative and courteous student who is a pleasure to have in class. Her teachers also report that Jos 'Lynn works hard to complete all of her assignments, takes interest and pride in her work, arrives on time prepared to work and asks for help when needed. Jos 'Lynn has raised her overall GPA from a 2.5 to a 2.6 by earning a 2.992 the first…show more content…
Her score on the last formal assessment on short story selection was a 60% demonstrating near mastery in Analyze how complex characters develop over the course of a text, interact with other characters, and advance the plot or develop the theme. She is also at near master in the area of Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the text. Jos 'Lynn scored mastery in three areas on the reading assessment including determining the central idea, cite strong evidence and Analyze how an author 's choices. Other reading scores are 80%, 70%, and 58% on assessments evaluation literal and inferential questions.Jos 'Lynn continues to make progress in the area of reading comprehension. Her current scores on reading assessments are 70%,(novel assessment), 78% (reading assessment/English mid-term) 58%(informational text;biology), 39% (history). She is able to answer literal questions with 80% and above averages, inferential and analytical questions are at approximately 75% accuracy. Her reading skills are at grade level with her peers and according to her last ETR, she did not demonstrate any weaknesses in reading and reading comprehension skills. According to her last MAP score, Jos 'Lynn scored a 229 placing her in the 67%tile as compared to peers the same age…show more content…
Math: Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Achievement that was given on 3/6/15. Jos 'Lynn 's scores were as follows: Calculation (52) and Applied Problems (58) were both in the below average range of 100. The test is measured without the use of a calculator. Jos 'Lynn had difficulty with one and two digit long division, long division involving money, fractions with like denominators, simple algebraic functions, and regrouping subtraction of two or more digits. She also does not have multiplication tables memorized. In math reasoning, she did not know the concept of one-half, she cannot read an analog clock, she could not add money problems, she could not count change accurately, and she did not know how many days there are in a week. She could not compute grade level math work consisting of finding the average, finding area, reading maps, computing percentages, etc. Jos 'Lynn 's current scores in math are as follows: mean, mode and median assessment score was a 75% and her Pre.Alg. assessment she scored a 67%. She is currently earned an 80% average in math intervention. Jos 'Lynn 's scores on understanding and computing two or more step math operations are the following scores: 80% (Geometry assessment), 78%, 67% (Algebra). Her current math scores are meeting or
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