Communicating test score results of a student who is performing below the e

Communicating test score results of a student who is performing below the e

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  • Hello, Mrs. Davis! As you can see here from the reading assessment Maria scored very high on reading fluency.  However, Maria scored below the grade level for the reading comprehension.
  • Have you noticed this at home? Does Maria like reading  or does anyone read with her at home?
  • Maria usually reads independently but now when you mention it, sometimes I ask her about the book but she answers with only a few details.
  •  Thanks for the input. Here is a reading journal that Maria keeps at school, in which she writes after every independent reading and  I’m doing think aloud sessions with her and other students.
  • I would also like for Maria to start Visualizing and Verbalizing program to help her create mental images while reading. I was wondering if someone could read with her 20 mins everyday and ask questions about the story.
  • It looks like you already have a plan to help Maria. We will support her at home in any way necessary. 
  •  Thank you, Mrs. Davis! I will set up a weekly progress assessment sheet and email it to you so that we keep track of Maria’s reading comprehension progress in school and at home.
  • Thank you, Ms. Jasmina!
  • Greet the parent, share the assessment results and concerns and invite her to share her thoughts about the issue. 
  • Share with the parent the strategies you've already put in place, come up with solutions and offer suggestions to deal with the issue in school and at home.
  • Thank the parent for meeting you and establish the steps for follow up. 
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