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Accelerated Reader Holding Students Accountable for the Habit of Reading Vicki Mentzer, LMS Gettysburg Accelerated Reader Holding Students Accountable for the Habit of Reading Vicki Mentzer, LMS Gettysburg Area Middle School, GASD PSLA April 2010

WELCOME! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. K-3 or Primary 4 -5 or Elementary 6 WELCOME! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. K-3 or Primary 4 -5 or Elementary 6 -8 or Middle 9 -12 / HS Other

Do you currently use AR? Yes 2. No 1. Do you currently use AR? Yes 2. No 1.

To what extent. . . ? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Buy individual To what extent. . . ? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Buy individual titles AR Enterprise STAR Building only District-wide Elementary only

What is AR? What is AR?

Which beginning reading programs does your school / district use? 1. 2. 3. 4. Which beginning reading programs does your school / district use? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Read Naturally Wilson Reading Success for All Ladders to Literacy Reading Recovery Kaplan Spell. Read Other Don’t know

Comprehension: Average Improvement Figure 3. Comprehension: average improvement Comprehension: Average Improvement Figure 3. Comprehension: average improvement

General reading achievement: average improvement General reading achievement: average improvement

The Power of Reading: Insights from the Research by Stephen D. Krashen Direct Reading The Power of Reading: Insights from the Research by Stephen D. Krashen Direct Reading Instruction versus Free Voluntary Reading (FVR)

What Free Voluntary Reading Program(s) does your school or district use? 1. 2. 3. What Free Voluntary Reading Program(s) does your school or district use? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. SSR DEAR WAR Other None

P_A_T_C_ 1. 2. 3. 4. AAPJ RCIE OAHJ AEBK P_A_T_C_ 1. 2. 3. 4. AAPJ RCIE OAHJ AEBK

S_L_-_E_E_T_O_ 1. 2. 3. 4. RNOVMUK AWBABGX EFSLCIN IDBGSIQ S_L_-_E_E_T_O_ 1. 2. 3. 4. RNOVMUK AWBABGX EFSLCIN IDBGSIQ

Recommended Number of Books Grade Equivalency AR Books per Student 0. 0 -1. 9 Recommended Number of Books Grade Equivalency AR Books per Student 0. 0 -1. 9 10 2. 0 -2. 9 8 3. 0 -5. 9 5 6. 0 -8. 9 4 9. 0+ 2

GAMS example Grade Equivalency # of GAMS students Times Recommended # of AR books GAMS example Grade Equivalency # of GAMS students Times Recommended # of AR books Minimum # of choices in LMC 0. 0 -1. 9 3 10 30 2. 0 -2. 9 17 8 136 3. 0 -5. 9 190 5 950 6. 0 -8. 9 255 4 1, 020 9. 0+ 219 2 438

AR is Powerful Practice n Right level of difficulty – Shoe sizes and styles AR is Powerful Practice n Right level of difficulty – Shoe sizes and styles – Lexiles, reading levels for books n Cover a sufficient amount of time – PA RWSL Standards 25 books per year n Be guided by the instructor – AR doesn’t teach students to read; the teacher teaches students to read – AR supports and enhances basal-reader series and/or other instructional materials. It does not replace them. n Be enjoyable enough to sustain – FVR

ZPD Zone of Proximal Development ZPD Zone of Proximal Development

ZPD, BL, IL, and Points n Hank n The the Cowdog BL 4. 5 ZPD, BL, IL, and Points n Hank n The the Cowdog BL 4. 5 MG 3 points Sun Also Rises BL 4. 4 UG 10 points n Arthur Throws a Tantrum BL 4. 9 LG

Focus on Comprehension n Avoid these problems with points: – – – Students choosing Focus on Comprehension n Avoid these problems with points: – – – Students choosing inappropriate books Less skilled readers remain handicapped Students are very tempted to cheat n Instead, set personalized point goals taking into account each student’s ability level n Avoid strictly controlling students’ choices within their ZPD

Focus on Comprehension n From a student’s viewpoint – Student quiz – Student record Focus on Comprehension n From a student’s viewpoint – Student quiz – Student record n Home Connect n Facebook fanclubs

What do we do to create a Climate of Reading? What do we do to create a Climate of Reading?

Bibliography n Getting Results with Accelerated Reader. n Krashen, Stephen D. The Power of Bibliography n Getting Results with Accelerated Reader. n Krashen, Stephen D. The Power of Reading : Insights from the Research. 2 nd edition. 2004. n http: //www. renlearn. com/RTC/Product. asp Research Summary : Summarizes more than 240 studies and independent reviews from the What Works Clearinghouse, National Center on Student Progress Monitoring, and Florida Center for Reading Research, among others. September 2007 edition. Wisconsin Rapids, WI: Renaissance Learning. 2007. http: //www. renlearn. com/research n What Works Clearinghouse.

Student Response Systems and Presentation Tools n http: //www. turningtechnologies. com n http: //www. Student Response Systems and Presentation Tools n http: //www. turningtechnologies. com n http: //www. renlearn. com/2 Know n http: //www. prometheanworld. com/server. php? s how=nav. 16333 n http: //www. prometheanworld. com/server. php? s how=nav. 16000