Monitoring Progress of Narrative Language Intervention: Tying it to the CurriculumUploaded: March 9, 2017 | 0 Comments |
This presentation will cover various methods by which narrative discourse may be measured for monitoring progress toward curricular goals. Story structure and specific literate language features that contribute to narrative proficiency will be discussed. The presentation will also address some of the factors that contribute to how rubrics may best be designed to measure aspects of language intervention in school-based settings.
a. McFadden Gillam Holistic
b. MISL Supplemental
c. NAP Training Manual
d. NSS Scoring Guide
Title of Training: Monitoring Progress of Narrative Language Intervention: Tying it to the Curriculum
Presenter: Sandra Gillam
Training Date: 03/13/2017
Topic: Speech and Language
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