Subject: Request for Reassessment of Students' English Natural Phonics Proficiency Level
Dear [Teacher's Name],
I hope this email finds you well. I am writing to discuss the current grouping of our students in the Read Write Inc. Phonics program, specifically regarding their English natural phonics proficiency level.
As you are aware, our students are currently placed in the Green group. However, after careful observation and assessment, it has become evident that their abilities far exceed those expected at this level. In fact, they have demonstrated remarkable progress and mastery of phonics skills.
To support my claim further, I have taken the initiative to record videos showcasing their reading fluency and accuracy with texts from the Grey group. Additionally, I have also recorded videos of them successfully completing word reading exercises from that same level. These recordings serve as tangible evidence of their advanced skills.
Furthermore, I would like to draw your attention to the recent Star Reading test results which indicate a significant improvement in their overall reading comprehension and fluency levels compared to previous assessments. This further supports my belief that these students should be reassessed for a more suitable placement within the Read Write Inc. Phonics program.
Considering all these factors together - their exceptional performance in both video recordings and Star Reading test results - it is clear that our students would benefit greatly from being moved up into a higher-level group such as Grey or beyond.
I kindly request your cooperation in reassessing these students' English natural phonics proficiency levels promptly so that appropriate adjustments can be made accordingly within our teaching framework.
Thank you for your attention to this matter and for considering my recommendation seriously. Your support will undoubtedly contribute significantly towards fostering an optimal learning environment for our exceptional learners.
Looking forward to discussing this further with you during our next meeting or through any preferred mode of communication,