Using a progress monitoring tool
Literacy specialist Elaine Stanley presents this overview of how to use a progress monitoring tool.
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Who is this video for?
Foundation to Year 2 teachers; school leaders
What will you learn?
What a progress monitoring tool is, its purpose and how to use it to assess an individual student’s progress in both reading and writing.
Elaine Stanley is an experienced teacher, school leader and literacy coach. She has had extensive experience implementing systematic synthetic phonics in primary school classrooms, and has recently coached disadvantaged schools around Australia.
These example slides show a range of tasks for building fluency. The activities can be used for whole-class or small-group instruction, as well as for independent or paired practice.
View the five videos in this series, which outline the evidence base and key features of a systematic synthetic phonics approach.
The Literacy Hub provides free, online professional learning to support schools through each step of building a systematic synthetic phonics (SSP) approach for reading and spelling. This first topic in the series addresses phonics progressions and phonological awareness.
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