Student Performance Documentation Forms
Consistent and regular monitoring of student progress on daily work provides the classroom teacher with
data that can be used to make instruction more effective. The authors of Adventures in Language ® , Series
Launchers, and Reading for Success have designed Student Performance Documentation Forms for
these highly effective programs. These forms are complimentary for users of these programs. You can
download the documentation forms from this website to support the specific materials that you are using.
The file for each program contains instructions on how to use the forms, scoring guides, and the form that
can be copied for your use. Space has been provided on the form for you to record a student’s score for
redoing the lesson after intervention or remediation. This gives students the opportunity to improve their
marks. Many teachers average the two scores so that students can see the results of their efforts to
Data that is gathered on these forms provides you with valuable information. If a student’s score is below
80% (mastery), that score should be highlighted. Looking at the scoring pattern for your class or group
provides you with information about how your students are performing. If there is highlighting horizontally
(across a row); a specific student is experiencing difficulty and should receive intervention for the skills
that are causing difficulty. If there is highlighting vertically (up and down a column) for more than one third
of the class; the class is experiencing difficulty and should receive additional instruction for the specific
skills that are causing difficulty.
If you have any questions about these forms, please feel free to contact Terry Dodds at (250) 652-9704.
A special thank you to Susan McCracken for her valuable work on these forms.
Reading for Success
Adventures in Language ®
Individual Student Novel Studies Track Form