Parent-Teacher Conference Checklist
Thank you to everyone who joined us in February as we discussed Phonological Awareness! We had an overwhelmingly positive response and loved hearing from you about what resources were helpful.
For March, you voted and said that you want us to cover Reading Comprehension. On Tuesday, we posted our first blog with this theme "The 4 Most Common Reasons for Comprehension Breakdowns." If you haven't read it yet, you can find it here.
HOW WE USE IT
We have taken the different breakdowns and made them into a checklist so you can easily narrow down your students' areas of struggle.
WHAT CHALLENGES MIGHT COME UP
As you go through the checklist, it is important that you have examples and data to support what you are saying. For example, if you are going to check the box in the "Weak Decoding Skills" category that says "they are reading more than 5 words inaccurately in a paragraph" you should have some kind of data to support this.
If you are worried about not having the right resources to support your students' reading comprehension, be sure to check back every Friday as we upload more freebies!
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO
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