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Case Study

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Zahava Davis

on 5 December 2016

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Conclusion
Amy* is a fifth grade student at John F. Kennedy Elementary School. She moved to the school last year and is in the ESOL program.
DIBELS Phoneme Segmentation Fluency
26
below benchmark and needing strategic support for end of kindergarten/beginning of first grade
onset-rime
segmenting game as intervention technique for phonemic awareness
DIBELS Nonsense Word Fluency
34
below/well below benchmark and needing strategic/intensive support for end of second grade
vowels and trying to make real words
vowel practice game with vowel sub-in for phonics help
DIBELS Oral Reading Fluency
CORE Vocabulary Screening
10/30
needing intensive support
"may be having significant difficulty with understanding grade-level material because of insufficient vocabulary knowledge"
core vocab expansion activity (north, northern)
DAZE
Case Study
By: Zahava Davis
Student Profile
63
well below benchmark and needing intensive support for fifth grade
slow reader, good at self-correcting and just using simpler form of a word
good comprehension
repeated partner reading
35/59 (15 on front page)
well below benchmark and needing intensive support for fifth grade
the struggle was the vocabulary
do this same activity with pictures to assess comprehension
Struggles with vocabulary and differences in languages, but is good with overall understanding when those obstacles are eliminated. Next steps include phonemic and vocabulary practice (reference lessons)
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