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Irene and Gay
Irene and Gay
Posts: 115 Dear Kellie,
Thank you for your question. Self-correction is a behavior that changes over time. You might find the chapter on self correction in When Readers Struggle very interesting for your discussion. We would not use self-correction rate to determine instructional level. We would use it as one factor in considering a student’s placement level. Be careful not to hold a reader at a lower level unless you have good rationales. When you have determined the instructional level at which you can teach for effective behaviors, you can prioritize teaching for self-monitoring and self-correction behavior at that level.

Our best to you and your team!
Irene and Gay
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