will increase reading accuracy and fluency to _________ (grade/proficiency level) as measured by _________ (running records, probe, anecdotal records, work samples, etc.)
Use beginning and ending consonants, vowel patterns and blends to predict unknown words.
Track words in a one-to-one voice/word match on familiar text.
Use framing to assist in decoding isolated letters or words.
Use punctuation to gain meaning in context of reading.
Read aloud accurately (90% to 100%) material from the grade level sample reading list.
Use phonetic generalizations (e.g., sound-symbol relationships, blends, word families, affixes, and syllabication) to gain meaning from print.
Use a balance of the cueing strategies to construct
Use known words to decode unknown words.
Apply knowledge of blending to decode CVC words in text.
Apply knowledge of syllabication to decide words in text.
Use a variety of strategies: rereading, reading on, monitoring, cross checking, predicting, confirming, searching and self-correcting.
Read using a balance of phonetic, semantic, and syntactic cues.
Use knowledge of phonics to blend sounds for more complex words (e.g., digraphs, blends, vowels, word families, consonants).
Self-correct consistently when reading using phonics, language structure, contextual clues, illustrations and text organizers.
Read familiar material with natural phrasing, expression, and appropriate pacing to engage listeners.
Identify sound/symbol relationship for _________ consonant sounds.
Read words containing short and long vowel sounds in context.
Read words containg digraph sounds (e.g., dish, chip).
Read words that contain "y" used as a consonant or vowel in context.
Read words with diphthongs in context (e.g., cow, soup).
Read words with vowel combinations followed by r, w and 1, in context (e.g., start, saw, all).
Read words with silent letters in context (e.g., sight, wrap).
Read words that contain the hard and soft "c" and "g" sounds in context.
Use conventions of print, e.g., comma, period, question mark, quotation marks, to facilitate oral reading.
Develop automatically when reading high frequency words in text.
Read familiar or predictable texts at natural spoken rate.
Read familiar material with natural rhythm, phrasing, expression, and appropriate pacing.
Read multi-syllabic words in context.
Read compound words-in context.
Recognize base words, prefixes, and suffixes in context.
Read words based on common word families/patterns in context.
State component parts of contractions in context.
Read sigh words in context.
Read high frequency sight words (1: 150 words, 2: 250 words).
Read complex word structures (e.g., compound words, contractions, affixes, roots and plurals).
Recognize and determine meanings of words using contextual clues, phonics, and illustrations.
Recognize and determine meanings of words using contextual and phonetic clues, and syntax (structure).
Recognize high frequency words when reading grade appropriate text.
Identify and read new vocabulary when encountering difficult
Recognize that words have more than one meaning.