Week 7 Assignment 3
Part IUsing one of the three research-based reading strategies that you proposed last week, you will develop and present a plan that can be implemented over a three-year period to improve the literacy performance for 3rd and 4th graders at North Street Elementary School. You already have the strategies and research, which you submitted in your Week 6 assignment (be sure to incorporate any feedback from your instructor about that submission into this assignment – I will send this after week 6 grade). For this plan, you will need to add:Reasonable and measurable student growth goals for each year of the three-year time period. For example, your goals might be something like Year 1: 10 percent overall growth in literacy scores, Year 2: 20 percent overall growth in literacy scores, et cetera. Also, be sure that you provide a rationale for the goals you have selected.Part IIAfter creating the goals and identifying tools, you have completed your plan. Next, your plan will be explained in a PowerPoint presentation, which is intended to be delivered to your principal and parents during a PTA meeting. The specific guidelines for your presentation are as follows:You will need 12 slides that discuss the data trends and reading performance issues.You will need three slides that discuss your proposed strategies (one for each strategy).You will need 12 slides that discuss your supporting research.You will need three slides that discuss your Year 1, Year 2, and Year 3 goals and the rationale for that goal (one slide for each).Instructor Feedback From from Week 3 Assignment to apply here:Also, remember that both the paper and the PPT slides requires a cover page and a reference page. And, although I see that you included the cover page and the reference page in the PPT slide presentation I did not see them on the one-page brief document.???????????????????????????For graduate-level paper, try avoiding using bullet points but rather use the “essay style format” when writing papers.However, 3 or 4 bullets are okay when preparing PPT slides because of the limited space in the slide.Food for thought!