I have been thinking about Intervention a lot lately...trying to think about ways to make it more meaningful and to provide accountability...how to extend the learning past that 30 minute slot. Then I began to reflect on the things I do during Intervention (good and bad). One thing I have always done is to keep a running record of miscues as my students read. I also have a habit of scribbling the words they repeatedly miss onto a piece of paper and giving it to them to practice throughout the day or as homework. I decided I wanted to create something that would make it a bit more formal...and a bit more fun. I created pages (two to a page) that would be quick and easy to use for recording words they need to practice, in other words, an individualized list for reinforcement. They are super easy to use. As a student reads, I jot down on one of the pages any words they seem to struggle with...not everyone gets a list every time. They take the list after Intervention is over and are required to read the words to someone throughout the day...2-5 times, depending upon the page I choose. Each time they read the list correctly, they get to color a picture at the bottom of the page. (that provides the fun =)
Hope these will help you, too!
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On a personal note, I just want to say Happy Mother's Day to all you moms out there.
Being a mom is just about the hardest, most rewarding job out there.
My mom died one year ago this Friday. I miss her =)