Word Mapping (and Word ID) are strategies you practice all year; having said this, it is a struggle for me to remember all the steps. When giving my lessons on the different word parts (prefixes, roots, suffixes), I often forget to refer to the mnemonic MAPs while going over it. I also forget to think aloud while doing the lesson, though I normally remember when I model the strategies or do the notes. I also forget about the post organizer as I get caught up in teaching, not realizing that's required every time I present a lesson. Compared to last school year, I did get further in the Word Mapping Lessons and made it to Roots; however, I still didn't get as far I would have liked due to testing. I also never got to Suffixes this year. Despite all this, my results of Word Mapping were phenomenal with a variety of students showing mastery in the strategy. Word Id was not as successful; this could be due to not giving the post-test right after teaching the strategy and giving it at the end of year when students were burned out from FSA testing. While Word Id and Word Mapping are practiced all year, I find students often focus more on the new strategy and forget the steps. This is especially the case regarding the rules of Two and Threes for Word ID; Word Mapping is more straightforward and thus, students are more successful with it. Based on my coaching feedback, I do have some things to work on for next school year. Since I'm entering year 3 of teaching Xtreme, she anticipates me doing well with the strategies.