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Level O

P.S. 165
The Edith K. Bergtraum Elementary School
70-35 150th Street
Flushing, NY  11367
Phone:  718 263-4004    Fax:  718 793-9812

Tiffany L.Davis-Nealy, Principal                                                                        
Andrea Luongo, Assistant Principal
Marianna Werth, Assistant Principal       
Myron Hacken, F-status Special Ed Supervisor

                                                                                                           
Dear Parent/Guardian,                                                                                                           
                                                                                               
This letter is to inform you of your child’s progress in reading.
Your child’s current reading level is Level O

M= Student has mastered the skill within the current reading level
N= Student needs support with this skill in order to move to the next level
___Following and remembering a story read over several days, remembering details
      and changing their thinking about the story or characters as new events happen
___Seeing changes in characters throughout an entire story and explain
       possible reasons for the change
___Identifying the message of a text and discuss how it relates to the outside world
___Actively asking questions of the text and searching for answers while reading
___Notice when the story is being told from a different point of view
___Understanding the different ways of reading according to the genre of a book
___Identifying important events that take place in the story and tell how they all
       played a part in creating the problem or solution of a story
___Reacting to the story or how characters act by feeling sad, or angry, or excited
       when something happens
___Noticing new and interesting words, and practice using them when having
       book discussions or when writing about the books they read
___Demonstrating understanding of character, using parts of the story to explain their
       thoughts and opinions
___Stopping to think about the text to jot their ideas down on a post-it and then
       continue reading
___Changing what they think about the story as they come across new information
___ Making many different predictions and then confirming their ideas
        when they are correct or changing their thinking and getting rid of predictions
        when they no longer match the story

Let’s work together to ensure the academic success of your child.
                                                                        Sincerely,
                                                                        Your Child’s Teacher

 

 

LEVEL O TITLES:                                                                                                    AUTHOR:


Baseball Fever

Hurwitz, Johanna

O

Baseball Megastars

Weber, Bruce

O

Baseball Saved Us

Mochizuki, Ken

O

Baseball's Best Five True Stories

Gutelle, Andrew

O

Bats

Gibbons, Gail

O

Bats

Holmes, Kevin J.

O

Beacons of Light: Lighthouses

Gibbons, Gail

O

Memory Coat, the

Cameron, Ann

O

Bees

Holmes, Kevin J.

O

Book of Hours, A

Cambridge Reading

O

Bicycle Book, The

PM Nonfiction-Emerald

O