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What Should We Do When Readers Stumble on a Word? - Shared screen with speaker view
Megan Green
18:35
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Michelle Redman (she/her)
31:42
using initial sound
Emily(she, her)
31:50
sea, sand, shells could have all been right
Jeremy Hyler
32:00
substituted the parts for patterns at one point.
Jamie VanDongen
32:03
He was just following the perceived pattern…
Jennifer Carlsrud
32:03
Relying on initial sound and pictures.
Trilby Cohen
32:08
Didn't actually point to each word. Substituted part for pattern
Emily(she, her)
32:19
Parts, patterns- who cares?
Sarah Thorud
32:45
lacking 1:1 correspondence
Kristy Rauch
32:58
he was going so fast!
Emily(she, her)
33:01
(I’m being facetious, of course.)
Liz Hansen
33:16
pointing is off-doesn't have 1-1 matching
Sandra Welander-McCartney
34:06
Elizabeth shared the sight words are obvious but I'm not sure what the decodable words are
Sandra Welander-McCartney
35:47
Accuracy comes first…
Liz Hansen
36:13
The text is an issue too, the text is a predictable text, a levelled reader not a decodable text.
Megan Green
36:24
“Reading behaviors without really being reading!”
Trilby Cohen
38:50
And there is no way he knows r controlled vowels yet!
Jennifer Carlsrud
39:53
Who was the person you just quoted?
Jacqui Frankle
40:17
Jennifer - Alfred Tatum
Jennifer Carlsrud
40:22
Thank you.
Trilby Cohen
40:54
how to guess
Michelle Redman (Canadian! she/her)
41:02
that he was doing great
Michelle Redman (Canadian! she/her)
41:15
:(
Liz Hansen
46:24
Kids start to give up and not even ask the teacher for help -especially the older readers still at this stage. I would see kids stopping to verbalise or even give a word a go they would eventually just shrug the shoulders.
Sandra Welander-McCartney
47:54
Love - “keep the guessing monster away”
Sarah Thorud
52:47
Precision partnering!
Trilby Cohen
58:47
Would you use that rubric with second grade partnerships?
Jacqui Frankle
01:04:21
I have strategies.
Jamie VanDongen
01:04:33
The learned to look more at the word and they can problem solve the word instead of depending on the teacher
Jacqui Frankle
01:05:04
My strategy bears out without guessing.
Kristy Rauch
01:06:26
to guess
Michelle Redman (Canadian! she/her)
01:08:59
spelling rule
Trilby Cohen
01:09:11
more likely to remember y changes to i
Sandra Welander-McCartney
01:09:12
This reinforces and confirms and reminds them of earlier instruction - building confidence
Jacqui Frankle
01:09:13
-ie_ can be handled this way in the future.
Sarah Thorud
01:09:19
morphology matters
Sarah Thorud
01:11:12
Horizontal and vertical alignment of feedback protocol is so valuable for students as they move between grades or between instructors within the grade.
Kristy Rauch
01:13:40
Thank you Margaret - such good stuff!
Megan Green
01:13:56
Please feel free to stay on for Q and A. If you have to leave, we understand. We appreciate that you joined us?
Ann Warner
01:14:37
Thanks so much, Margaret!
Megan Green
01:14:42
We will be sending the recording and the resources the Margaret mentioned!
Emily(she, her)
01:14:48
Thank you!
Jacqui Frankle
01:14:58
Thank you!
Anuska Chorba
01:15:12
Thank you so much Margaret! I always learn so much from your sessions!
Trilby Cohen
01:15:14
Thanks Margaret! Hope your school goes back soon.
Michelle Redman (Canadian! she/her)
01:15:16
Thank you so much!!! Very clear and concise - I appreciate the organization
Sandra Welander-McCartney
01:15:29
Thank you so much, Margaret! This work is not ours to shoulder alone and Margaret, you help us all put one foot in front of the other to refine our practice based on research and actual experience - thanks everyone for joining us today
Jamie VanDongen
01:16:00
The funny part is I NEVER liked those darn “strategies” so now I feel even more empowered to say bye bye! To them
Emily(she, her)
01:16:29
Yes! They’re all well-intentioned.
cate simmers
01:17:22
Thank you, Margaret- I always learn so much from you.
Jamila Mallard
01:20:53
How can we get a copy of the rubric that was presented?
Megan Green
01:21:31
Can you share the video?
Sarah Thorud
01:21:32
Spectacular as always, Margaret! Thank you!!!
Dawn Castilleja
01:21:47
Really wonderful, Margaret! Thank you!
Ann Warner
01:21:47
Agree, Sandra!
Jacqui Frankle
01:21:48
It was spectacular, thanks!
Courtney Bennett -LCS
01:21:49
Thank you! This was great!
Maria Arnett
01:21:56
Thank you!
Elizabeth Urmenita (she, her)
01:21:59
Thank you, Margaret - It's always inspiring listening to you. Thank you, Sandra. This was great!
Ann Warner
01:22:00
Thank you also, Sandra!