Perusing K-12: The Perspective from 10,000 Feet Above School Level Dr. Joseph K. Torgesen Florida State College and Flor

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Perusing K-12: The View from 10,000 Feet Above School Level Dr. Joseph K. Torgesen Florida State University and Florida Center for Reading Research Principal's Leadership Conference, June, 2005

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The Plan: Describe the 5 most vital truths about perusing for basic, center, and secondary school principals. Depict 3 basic ramifications of these realities for pioneers as they give initiative to direction to address the issues of each kid

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The truths: 1. A definitive objective of perusing guideline is to empower youngsters to peruse easily with great perception In Florida: To help understudies secure the information and ability they have to peruse review level content fluidly with comprehension. Understudies additionally should have the capacity to consider, and apply what they gain from content.

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The actualities: 1. A definitive objective of perusing guideline is to empower kids to peruse smoothly with great understanding 2. Three essential issues make a large portion of the perusing troubles our understudies encounter

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Three most critical hindrances to turning into a decent peruser (NRC Report, 1998) 1. Trouble figuring out how to peruse words precisely and fluidly 2. Lacking vocabulary, general learning, and thinking abilities to bolster perception of composed dialect 3. Nonappearance or loss of introductory inspiration to peruse, or inability to build up a develop energy about the prizes of perusing.

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The Many Strands that are Woven into Skilled Reading (Scarborough, 2001) LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION Skilled Reading-familiar coordination of word perusing and perception forms BACKGROUND KNOWLEDGE VOCABULARY KNOWLEDGE LANGUAGE STRUCTURES VERBAL REASONING LITERACY KNOWLEDGE SKILLED READING: familiar execution and coordination of word acknowledgment and content understanding. progressively vital WORD RECOGNITION PHON. Mindfulness DECODING (and SPELLING) SIGHT RECOGNITION progressively programmed Reading is a multifaceted expertise, bit by bit procured over years of direction and practice.

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Two meanings of perusing that outline the difficulties we confront in helping understudies get to be capable perusers from 3 rd to 10 th grade "Perusing is interpreting amongst oral and composed dialect." (Perfetti, 1985) "Perusing is deduction guided by print." (Perfetti, 1985)

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Percentile positions for perusing familiarity and information/thinking of understudies in 3 rd , 7 th , and 10 th grade who perform at various levels on the FCAT Level third 7 th 10 th Flu. Kn/R Flu. Kn/R Flu. Kn/R 6 42 7 34 8 30 Level 1 32 59 25 45 30 60 Level 2 Level 3 56 72 45 64 68 66 Level 4 79 91 82 88 87 84 Level 5 93 98 95 93 85

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The actualities: 1. A definitive objective of perusing direction is to empower kids to peruse smoothly with great understanding 2. Three essential issues make a large portion of the perusing challenges our understudies encounter 3. The more drawn out a youngster remains a poor peruser, the harder it is to "get up to speed" with grade level guidelines

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The outcomes of right on time and keeping perusing troubles Lack of perusing practice - influences familiarity Lack of wide perusing - influences development of vocabulary and information of the world Lack of wide perusing - influences development of key perusing aptitudes Limited perusing of classroom assignments-influences development of key learning Loss of enthusiasm for perusing and learning

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Teaching Reading is Urgent An understudy at the 10 th percentile peruses around 60,000 words a year in 5 th grade An understudy at the 50 th percentile peruses around 900,000words a year in 5 th grade Average understudies get around 15 times as much practice in a year (Anderson, R. C., 1992)

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Consequences of perusing challenges: a constantly extending hole The hole increments in both profundity and expansiveness 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th 9 th 10 th 11 th 12 th

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The actualities (cont.): 4. Every year, the information and expertise required to accomplish review level measures in perusing increments

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Each year aptitudes and information required to meet gauges increments Must figure out how to perceive numerous new words naturally 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th 9 th 10 th 11 th 12 th

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Correct Words every Minute on Grade Level Text 160 150 140 18 WPM Correct Words for every Minute 23 WPM 130 22 WPM 120 Tindal, Hasbrouck, & Jones, 2005 110 100 F W S F W S 6 th Grade 7 th Grade 8 th Grade

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The Fluency Challenge… .. "One of the considerable riddles to test specialists is the means by which individuals figure out how to peruse and appreciate message quickly and easily. An extensive part of the clarification lies by they way they figure out how to peruse singular words. Gifted perusers can take a gander at a large number of words and instantly perceive their implications with no exertion." Ehri, L. C. (2002). Periods of procurement in figuring out how to peruse words and suggestions for instructing. In R. Stainthorp and P. Tomlinson (Eds.) Learning and instructing perusing. London: British Journal of Educational Psychology Monograph Series II.

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Each year aptitudes and information required to meet models increments Must have the capacity to draw upon more broad foundation information Must figure out how to manage longer sentences and more intricate thoughts Must get numerous new vocabulary words Must figure out how to perceive numerous new words consequently 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th 9 th 10 th 11 th 12 th

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The expanding yearly measures of the FCAT require solid guideline to look after "normal" perusing development 72 67 66 55 52 44 37 32 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th 9 th 10 th 11 th 12 th

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The certainties (cont.): 4. Every year, the information and ability required to accomplish review level norms in perusing expands 5. Youngsters are colossally assorted in their ability and arrangement for figuring out how to peruse

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Diversity makes unique challenges for instructors and schools A focal issue in perusing guideline emerges, not from indisputably the level of kids' planning for figuring out how to peruse, yet from the differing qualities in their levels of readiness (Olson, 1998)

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What are the most essential ways kids are various with regards to figuring out how to peruse? 1. They are assorted in their ability and their planning for figuring out how to peruse words precisely and smoothly 2. They are various in their oral dialect learning and capacities vocabulary and world information 3. They are assorted in their capacities to deal with their learning practices and their inspiration to apply them selves to figuring out how to peruse

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Diversity increments with advancement Depth Breadth 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th 9 th 10 th 11 th 12 th

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The suggestions: 1. We should offer orderly and express guideline in the vital components of perusing aptitude and learning Direct clarifications and demonstrating Systematically composed Focused on crucial abilities and information Leaves nothing to risk Requires more educator information

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The suggestions: 1. We should offer precise and express guideline in the key components of perusing aptitude and information 2. We should offer various "strands" or "levels" of guideline at each review level

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Core perusing program The requirement for numerous levels of direction Core perusing program Powerful mediation direction 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th 9 th 10 th 11 th 12 th

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Three Tiers or Multiple Tiers? Ways that guideline must be made all the more capable for understudies "at-hazard" for perusing challenges. All the more intense guideline includes: More instructional time Smaller instructional gatherings Clearer and more point by point clarifications More deliberate instructional groupings More broad open doors for guided practice More open doors for blunder redress and input More apt coordination and reconciliation of all components

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The suggestions: 1. We should offer methodical and unequivocal direction in the key components of perusing aptitude and information 2. We should offer different "strands" or "levels" of guideline at each review level 3. The requirement for a school level framework that backings development for review level understudies and distinguishes and intercedes intensely with battling perusers

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Three basic components of school level frameworks to show all understudies to peruse well 1. Fantastic center classroom guideline that backings development of review level abilities 2. Convenient and legitimate appraisals that distinguish battling perusers and screen their advance in "shutting the crevice" 3. Different levels of mediation to meet the enormous assorted qualities of ability and arrangement for figuring out how to peruse

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Core guideline changes with formative level K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Phonics and other word perusing methodologies Acquisition of Fluency Development of Vocabulary, Knowledge and Thinking Skills Development of mentalities— - inspiration, intrigue, interest

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The test for center and secondary schools 1. Content territory instructors should deliberately educate and fortify dynamic contemplating content in their areas 2. Content range educators must show content information in a way that everybody experts the most vital thoughts – content upgrade schedules

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An approach to recall the significance of capable instructing of learning in the substance regions so that even understudies with perusing challenges can comprehend the enormous thoughts and take in the most vital substance. "Give me a fish while you're te

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