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eagerly hoping to one day bring the dinosaurs back using DNA like they do in the movies. Marius is from a single parent home and appears to move frequently. s mother does have a good job, though, and he appears to have other strong family ties, including some visitations with s dad. Marius is from a bi-racial couple

Marius is a trd grade student who transferred to Oakwood Elementary School late in the fall. s teacher, Mrs. Pfirman, has noticed that he seems to struggle with many independent reading assignments. When Mrs. Pfirman administered the mid-year universal screening measure, she was not surprised to see that Marius’ reading score was below the grade-level benchmark. Consequently, Mrs. Pfirman decided to begin Level 1 RTI by monitoring Marius’ reading performance once a week for seven weeks using measures to assess s decoding, phonemic awareness, and vocabulary skills. Marius’ mother indicates that he was on grade level prior to moving; however, records received from s previous school do not show ts. In other subject areas, Marius excels. s math skills are above the benchmark for s grade level. s speaking skills and verbal vocabulary are also on or above grade level. On the initial assessment, the Beginning Phonics Diagnostic Assessment, Marius scored perfectly on all consonants and uppercase letters. He was able to sound out all short vowel letter sounds, and all vowel-consonant (VC) and consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) words with beginning and continuous sounds. However, he was unable to read four of the six words on the measure of CVC words beginning with stop sounds, and only read one of the words on the consonant-consonant-vowel-consonant (CCVC) words with beginning blends sub-test. He read no other words on the rest of the assessment correctly. On the Acadience Reading trd grade beginning of the year assessment, Marius scored intensive. s scores on ts assessment for weeks 5, 6, and 7 were 22, 27, and 33. The benchmark that would be expected after the 7 weeks of interventions is 30 and the expected criteria is 1.6. In addition, Marius’ rate of growth was 1.4. On a Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test, he scored in the 84th percentile, wch is well above average. Marius is extremely interested in dinosaurs, Minecraft, and science. He has two dogs that he is extremely fond of and shares stories about these dogs in school. He is sometimes off task, pretending to be a dinosaur or a character from Minecraft. He knows just about every dinosaur by name, geograpcal region found and era. He knows what they all eat, how they lived, and when they were killed. He has seen all of the Jurassic Park movies (according to s self-report anyway) and is eagerly hoping to one day bring the dinosaurs back using DNA like they do in the movies. Marius is from a single parent home and appears to move frequently. s mother does have a good job, though, and he appears to have other strong family ties, including some visitations with s dad. Marius is from a bi-racial couple who never married and do not live together, although they maintain a good parenting relationsp. Compose a 500-750 word evaluation of Marius incorporating the following:

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