Using data to inform instruction
Literacy specialist Elaine Stanley presents this explanation of how to use data to inform your phonics instruction.
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Who is this video for?
Foundation to year 2 teachers; school leaders
What will you learn?
How to analyse data collected using a progress monitoring tool, and how to respond to this data using the Response to Intervention (RTI) framework and the gradual release of responsibility model.
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.
This document helps teachers create an assessment schedule that includes all the early phonics-related skills necessary for reading and spelling development from Foundation to Year 2.
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 second topic in the series unpacks explicit direct instruction and an instructional model for phonics.
This phonics instructional model for reading and spelling outlines the attributes of instruction, a lesson and review model, a sample phonics lesson and examples of skill application tasks.
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