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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