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Reading Intervention News Dear Parent(s)


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Reading Intervention News

Dear Parent(s),


I am pleased to have the opportunity to work with your child and provide extra support in the area of literacy development. One of the best ways students can improve their reading skills is through practice. Daily reading of books at your child’s appropriate reading level is crucial to his/her reading progress.
Your child will be learning reading strategies to help them use information effectively. These reading strategies give students the tools to help them become strong, independent, critical thinkers and help them to organize, synthesize, and evaluate information. They will also be receiving a notebook to use as a reading reflection. Often I may ask that your child read a minimum of 20-30 minutes followed by a brief retell written in his/her notebook. Your child may also write about something that interests them. The writing should take no more than 10 minutes. When your child is done with her/her writing, please sign and date. Have your child bring the signed notebook to class on a daily basis, so that we can briefly discuss his/her reading and writing response. Please feel free to write any comments in the notebook as well.
Please see the Parent Interview Form below. This interview focuses upon the types of behaviors you may see our child involved in as he/she grows and develops. Completion of this form will contribute to the evaluation of your child’s literacy progress.
Thank you for your willingness to help your child improve his/her reading skills. If you have any questions, please call me at 847-540-4781 or e-mail me at jan.boden@lz95.org
Sincerely, Mrs. Boden, Reading Specialist

Just Remember, Good Readers Read Often!”


Child’s Name: _____________________Parent Name:_____________

Grade/Teacher:___________________Date: ___________________


Parent Interview


  1. How do you think your child is doing as a reader/writer? Why?




  1. What would you like your child to do as a reader/writer that he/she isn’t doing now?




  1. What do you think your child’s attitude is toward reading/writing? What do you think has helped to create this attitude?




  1. Since I like to help the children read and write about things they are interested in, it helps me to know each individual child’s interests. What kinds of things does your child like to do in his/her free time?




  1. What is the primary language spoken at home?

Good Readers Ask…..


BEFORE READING

  1. What do I think this book is about?

  2. What do I predict might happen?

  3. What do I already know about the topic or story?


DURING READING

  1. Does what I am reading make sense?

  2. Do I understand the meaning of the word?

  3. Can I picture what is happening in my mind?



AFTER READING

  1. Were the predictions I made correct?

  2. Did I learn something?

  3. Can I retell the story or share the information in a summary?


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