Our May 10, 2016 and May 13, 2016 blogs showed Maryellen’s analysis of a third-grade written retelling of Too Many Tamales. Included in those blogs is a copy of the actual sample, a typed version of the sample, an analysis, and conferencing suggestions to use during the Writing Process. We used the Language/Literacy Developmental Checklist (below) to discuss Emma’s writing.
Our Data Collection & Progress Monitoring Process manual contains a wide variety of narrative and expository maps, progress sheets, rubrics, and monitoring choices to meet the needs of your students in their classrooms, therapy sessions, or small groups. Detailed explanations and examples are given to explain the process of data collection and planning using our SGM® iconic based maps. Below is just a sampling of the many options available in our Data Collection manual:
Below is another sample of a written retelling of Too Many Tamales; this time from a fifth-grade student, Ray. We invite you to analyze his writing and at the end of this week, Maryellen will provide her analysis and talking points for conferencing.
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