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Use the following scenario from The IRIS Center to complete the tasks below:
JosÃ© is a new student in the fifth grade. It is April and this is the third school JosÃ© has been in this year. JosÃ© adapts well to change, has a positive attitude toward school, and appears to have made friends at his new school. JosÃ© does well in math and enjoys science and social studies. In the area of reading, JosÃ© is able to easily decode unfamiliar words and reads with good expression. However, in the area of comprehension, JosÃ© has difficulty answering questions that require reasoning and total understanding of the story. JosÃ© also has difficulty identifying the main components of a story. JosÃ©âs teacher, Ms. Lundy, states that although he enjoys reading and does not seem to be frustrated, he will not ask for help when needed, thus his reading grade is beginning to suffer. Ms. Lundy has the following instructional goals for JosÃ©:
- Given a reading passage on his instructional level, JosÃ© will answer inferential and evaluative comprehension questions;
- Given a reading passage on his instructional level, JosÃ© will recall the main story elements.
Paulsen, K., & the IRIS Center. (2004).Comprehension & vocabulary: Grades 3â5.
Research three strategies regarding comprehension instruction that will assist JosÃ© in reaching his goals.
In 500-750 words, decide which of JosÃ©âs goals you would address first and explain why. For each goal, identify a strategy and explain why or how it will assist JosÃ© in reaching his goals.
Include three sources from your research in your essay to support your position.
Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.