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Cover, Copy, Compare

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Allison Kasbee

on 1 November 2012

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Cover, Copy, Compare What is Cover, Copy, Compare? Creator is unknown
Math, Spelling, Geography
Tier 1 & Tier 2
Pre-test, Intervention, Post-test What is the purpose of CCC? Improve Spelling
Replace Standard Spelling Curriculum
Academic skills & heightened
independence What is the appropriate instructional setting? Versatile!
Tier 1 or Tier 2!
Individual or Group! This sounds awesome! It must be super expensive and require a lot of training to learn how to administer it! HOW WRONG YOU ARE, MY FRIEND! Copy, Cover, Compare is virtually free because it utilizes materials that are already in the classroom! Well, don't keep me in suspense any longer! How do you do it!?!?!? 1. Instruct students to point to the first word on the page. 3. Have the student copy the word down on the first line next to it 4. Have the student fold the paper to cover the work done so far. 5. Have the student write the word from memory on the next line. 6. Have the student unfold the paper to see if they indeed did spell the word correctly. 7. Correct = Sticker/Stamp and proceed
Incorrect = Re-write 3 times then proceed 2. Read the word aloud and have the student repeat the word back to you. Sounds cool! Is it effective and research-based? I'm gettin' a little dizzy here! PRE-TEST! POST-TEST! A tool for spelling success! By: Allison Kas BEE! A SPELLING
INTERVENTION CRITIQUE REFERENCES Duh! Of course it is! Implementation Suggestions and Requirements ~Basically everything can change.
~Copy, Cover, Compare vs. Cover, Copy, Compare
~Format must remain the same. Lack of Generalization Learning acquired within intervention did not transfer to the novel set of Dolch Basic Words. No systematic procedure for generalization of spelling skills built in within the technique. Darrow, D., Derby, K. M., Johnson, K., & McLaughlin, T. F. (2012).
Using Cover, Copy, and Compare Spelling With and Without Timing for Elementary Students with Behavior Disorders. International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education , 4 (2), 417-426.

Derby, K. M., McLaughlin, T. F., Meade, K., Skarr, A., & Williams, R. L.
(2012). A Comparison of Direct Instruction Flashcards and Cover, Copy, Compare to Teach Spelling to Teach Spelling to elementary School Students. Academic Research International , 2 (2), 247-253.

Hubbert, E. R., McLaughlin, T. F., & Weber, K. P. (2008). A
Comparison of Copy, Cover, and Compare and a Traditional spelling Intervention for an Adolescent with a Conduct Disorder. Child & Family Behavior Therapy , 22 (3), 55-68.

Logan, P., McLaughlin, T. F., & Skinner, C. H. (1997). Cover, copy,
and compare: A self managed academic intervention effective across skills, students, and settings. Journal of Behavioral Education , 7, 295-306. Study 1 Study 2 Traditional Spelling Method: 82% accuracy
Cover-Copy-Compare: 93% accuracy

Averaged 2.1 more letters correctly sequenced than Traditional Spelling Instructional Methods I'll take credit
for it, then! Studies have also shown that having the student spell the word aloud instead of writing it down can be even more effective! Letters Correctly Sequenced Aligater [Alligator] A l l i g a t o r 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7 out of a possible 9 points In My Opinion.... ~Cover, Copy, Compare is awesome
~Independent work
~Good for studying but also for learning
~Unknowingly been using it Hubbert et al., 2008 Darrow et al., 2012
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