A Critical Discourse Analysis of Family Literacy Practices: Power in and out of Print

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Appendix G
Committee on Special Education
Meeting Transcript
1
DT:
And June,
2
Vicky's mom,
3
is here with us today.
4
The purpose of our meeting, um
5
we have received
6
your referral
7
and there were concerns
8
about Vicky's classroom, um,
9
well actually
10
the classroom
11
and the remedial reading teacher
12
are concerned about her achievement
13
in reading and in math
14
and also her weak speech and language skills.
15
Upon receiving the referral,
16
we asked our school psychologist
17
to do complete evaluation,
18
observations
19
and also,
20
our speech and language therapist
21
to do some testing.
22
So I'm going to start with [the psychologist]
23
to review her evaluation
24
and then [speech therapist],
25
if you don't mind,
26
and anyone can feel free to jump in at any time
27
if you have questions.
28
AB:
Okay, um,
29
In looking over Vicky's school records
30
I know she attended Sherman Hollows school
31
for Pre K through third grade
32
and she had received remedial reading help
33
while she was in [name of community].
34
Looking at her report cards
35
her teachers were indicating
36
that she was having difficulty

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