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Running Records Joni Lemley Region 9 Education Service Center Elementary ELAR Social Studies joni.lemley esc9.net
What is a Running Record  O When a student reads out loud and the  teacher records every error made   .. O less than 100 w...
Running Records are taken    O    to guide teaching O    to assess text difficulty O    to capture progress
An Important Assessment Tool O Allows teacher to identify appropriate  reading level O Reveals how well a student is self-...
Using Assessment to Guide Teaching O Benchmark assessments completed 2 or 3 times  a year is not enough O Allows teachers ...
Taking a Running Record O Teacher chooses a book passage that child is O O O O  familiar with     has read 1     2 times b...
What to include   . O The observation record should contain all  the behaviors the child produces on the task O Including ...
What Readers Do Decide  Check  Search  Cross check  Pause  Control directional movement  Sound out  Repeat  Monitor  Appea...
Before you begin   . O You will need the following  O Copy of text O Timer or stopwatch  if assessing fluency  O Running R...
Running Record Codes 1. Mark every word read correctly with a check        Child              Text  Mom is asleep. 2. Reco...
Conventions for Recording 3. If a child tries several times to read a word, record all his attempts  Child  here  h---  ho...
Conventions for Recording 4. If a child succeeds in correcting a previous  error this is recorded as a self-correction  SC...
Child   s Reading
Conventions for Recording 5. If no response  omission  is given to a word it is recorded with a dash. Insertion of a word ...
Conventions for Recording 6. If the child hesitates and is unable to proceed because he is aware he has made an error and ...
Conventions for Recording 7. A verbal appeal  A  for help from the child is turned back to the child for further effort by...
Child   s Reading
Conventions for Reading 8. Repetition  R  is used to indicate repetition of a word. It is not counted as an error. Sometim...
Child   s Reading
Conventions for Recording 9. Sometimes the child rereads the text  repetition  and corrects some but not all errors. The f...
Other behaviors   .. O include pausing, sounding out of the  letters, and splitting words into parts O Research evidence h...
Quantitative Analysis Counts as one error O Substitution O Multiple attempts at a word O Omission O Insertion O    Told   ...
Additional tips    O Check directional movement from beginning  readers O Immediately following a reading and before you b...
Scoring errors and self corrections    O Insertions add errors so that a child can have  more errors than there are words ...
Helpful tips    O If the child makes an error  e.g.,    run    for    ran      and then substitutes this repeatedly, it co...
Don   t forget   . O The running record is an assessment. O The rule of thumb for wait time is 3 seconds. O If the student...
How often do I take a Running Record  O Once a child   s beginning reading level has  been determined through a benchmark ...
Reading A-Z Assessment Schedule Developmental Level  Reading Level  Schedule  Early Emergent Readers  Levels aa - C  Every...
The Value in Running Records O Seeing progress over time  O Compare the running records you have taken  on a child O Have ...
After Oral Reading O There are several ways to determine if  students are understanding what they have read  O Comprehensi...
Comprehension Strategies O Have a conversation with the child about  material read O Observe child as he responds to the t...
Retelling Strategies O Knowledge of the gist of the story and main idea O Events accurately reported O Degree to which the...
Questioning Strategies O Want it to be more like discussion and O O O O  conversation Require children to make inferences ...
Questioning Strategies Before the child reads the story to you, you will need to be familiar with the story  O Make notes ...
Scoring the Running Record
Accuracy Rate O Total words read  omit title      total errors O Divide by total words read O Multiply by 100 O Equals the...
Accuracy Rate O Lets the teacher know whether she he is  selecting the right books.  O The point is whether the teacher   ...
Accuracy Guidelines O Students should be reading with more than  90  accuracy. O Helps the teacher group children effectiv...
Starting Point for Instruction
Let   s figure the Accuracy Rate for  - Too Many Puppies O Total words read   110 O Total errors made   14 O 110     14   ...
Error Rate O Total words read  minus title  divided by  total errors O Example  total words   99, errors   8 O 99    8   1...
Error Rate O Independent Reading Level  1 20     1 25 O Instructional Reading Level  1 10     1 20 O Frustration Reading L...
Let   s figure the Error Rate for    O Total Toowords Many Puppies read   110 O Total errors made   14 O 110    14   7.85 ...
Self-correction Rate O Number of errors plus number of self-corrections O Divide by the number of self-corrections O Examp...
Self-correction Rate O Excellent  1 1     1 2 O Good  1 3     1 5 O Needs strategies to self-correct  1 5 or more
Let   s figure the Self-correction rate for     Too Many Puppies O Number of errors   14 O Number of self-corrections   2 ...
Miscue Analysis Allows you to run a targeted and differentiated program  O Identify particular difficulties that a student...
Prior Knowledge  Text  Story Sense     Meaning  Illustrations      Semantic Cue System     Does it make sense  Print Conve...
MSV Cueing Systems -- Meaning  M  O Readers use meaning to predict the message of  text. O The teacher thinks about whethe...
Meaning Cues O The meaning or general context of the total  story sentence is reflected in the substitution if meaning cue...
MSV Cueing Systems -- Structure  S  O Readers use grammar and knowledge of how language  goes together to identify words  ...
Structure Cues O The structure of the text  up to and including the  substitution  should make an acceptable English langu...
MSV Cueing Systems -- Visual  V  O Readers use their knowledge of visual features  of words and letters and connect these ...
Visual Cues O The visual cues in the text are what the letters and  words look like. O Does the substitution  error  look ...
Visual Cues Text  I like to see horses at the farm. Child  I like to see here   s at the farm.
Looking at the errors Ask yourself     What led the child to do  or say  that  O For every error ask yourself at least thr...
When an error is made    O Write the letters MSV in the error column O Circle the letters if    O the child   s error show...
Scan the running record to answer two other questions  1. 2.  Did the child   s oral language produce the error, with no i...
Let   s practice   . Text A  I like to see chickens at the farm. I like to see cows at the farm. I like to see pigs at the...
Let   s try one more   . Text B  I went to see grandfather at the farm. He lives in a big house. There is a red barn behin...
Self-Corrections  SC  O Reader   s ability to notice mismatches,  search for further information, and make another attempt...
Looking at the self-corrections O Readers make errors and without any  prompting, work on the text and self-correct the er...
Understanding the Reading Process O Look at the overall pattern of responses circled. O In a written summary, analyze the ...
You are probably asking this    O Now that I have taken a Running Record  and analyzed the errors, how do I use this infor...
What you are looking for   . is an indication of the kinds of strategies the child is using. O Errors provide a window thr...
Running Records can show us    O What strategies are used for solving O O O O  unknown words If the student is monitoring ...
O If there is a high self-correction rate O The rates of fluency and phrasing O The comprehension or understanding, as  ev...
Analyzing Running Records O What kind of information does the child O O O O  seem to be using at the point of error  Is th...
O Does the child stop and wait for help or try  something  O How accurate is the reading  Is the text right for the child ...
Questions to think about    O Does the reader check information sources  against one another  O Does the reader use severa...
More questions   .. O Does the reader repeat what he has read as if to O O O O  confirm his reading so far  Does the reade...
Informing our Teaching Determine if students are  O Reading fluently or word-by-word reading O Resorting to using single p...
Resources O Fountas, I. C.   Pinnell, G. S.  1996 . Guided  reading  good first teaching for all children,  1st ed. . Port...