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!The mission of Youngsville Elementary states that we
believe success is possible for all children. At Youngsville
the percentage of English as a Second Language (ESL)
students performing on grade level on the NC Reading EOG
has decreased. So, we decided to direct our attention to
helping ESL students excel.

! Research indicates that since ESL students often lack
vocabulary development and background knowledge, they
need proper sustained and focused reading instruction.
Therefore, our goal is to increase reading achievement
among third grade ESL students by using researched-based
instructional strategies and resources that target diverse
learners such as ESL students.
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!Based on mCLASS:DIBELS data, 100% of 3
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grade ESL students showed an increase in
reading fluency, while only 25% of ESL students
showed improvement in reading comprehension.

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! 100% of the teachers attended Data Talks once
a month.
! 75% of the teachers felt Data Talks were
somewhat helpful.
! 100% of the teachers attended at least 2 PD
sessions.
! 75% of the teachers felt somewhat confident in
implementing the instructional reading
strategies.
! Make resources readily available for teachers to use during
instructional planning for ESL students.
! Assist teachers with instructional planning
! Embed instructional reading strategies so they are
supportive of new reading initiatives, such as Read to
Achieve.
! Early implementation of instructional reading strategies for
ESL students- beginning in kindergarten and continuing
through first and second grades.

! Better collaboration among the teachers and the ESL
resource teacher.

! Share resources and model instructional reading strategies
during Data Talks.
Lvaluauon of 8eadlng AchlevemenL among 3
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Lessons learned about conducting evaluation in schools.

! Fidelity, transparency, and communication are critical
throughout the implementation and the evaluation of a
program.
! Teachers need consistent support.
! Some data sources allow for more honest feedback than
others.

! Be strategic about who the participants will be.
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