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  1. Superintendent’s Educational Opportunities Advisory Council Meeting Literacy Services Department Curriculum and Professional Development Division August, 2013

  2. Recommendation #8 Students in kindergarten through third grade who are not yet proficient in literacy will receive appropriate interventions.

  3. Instructional Support Every student in every classroom, without exceptions, without excuses! Pat Skorkowsky, 2013

  4. Clark County School District Literacy Plan The Vision is Established

  5. Recommendation #8 Students in kindergarten through third grade who are not yet proficient in literacy will receive appropriate interventions.

  6. Literacy Assessments • Screening Assessments • Diagnostic Assessments • Progress Monitoring Tools • Outcome Assessments

  7. Recommendation #8 Students in kindergarten through third grade who are not yet proficient in literacy will receive appropriate interventions.

  8. Effective & Appropriate Intervention • Research-based • Data-driven • More Time • Administered by Trained Professionals • Smaller Group Sizes • Targeted • Explicit & Systematic Buffum, Mattos, & Weber, 2012

  9. Intensifying Intervention • Scaffolding Instruction • Pre-teaching/Re-teaching • Additional Practice • Smaller Group Size • Adding Additional Minutes • Setting Academic Goals Related to Intervention

  10. Culturally Responsive Classrooms • Validation • Comprehensive • Multidimensional “Revisiting our understandings about diversity will reveal that it no longer refers to race alone and that it is a value-added resource to classrooms.” Mendoza Reis, Noni & Mendez, Sylvia

  11. Culturally Responsive Classrooms • Starts where the students are. • Is affective as well as cognitive. • Relates to issues that are personally relevant to the student. • Increases student academic achievement in all areas. • Incorporates the use of sensitive and relevant materials. • Involves parents!

  12. Family Connections • Read Together Daily • Conversation About Text • Sight Words • Rereading • Library Visits

  13. Montgomery County, Maryland

  14. Questions?