With an extensive menu of lessons that take just 20 to 30 minutes, this intervention guide is the key to helping students grasp the five Big Ideas of early literacy: phonological awareness, the alphabetic principle, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. General and special educators will get easy-to-implement, one-page activities and interventions, including goals, materials, word lists, and teacher steps photocopiable take-home activities for parents to help them reinforce their children's reading skills reading intervention guidelines for any educator, whether they're teaching 1) an entire class, 2) small groups, or 3) individual students who need more intensive support guidance on assessment and intervention planning, using DIBELS and other literacy assessment tools activities addressing vocabulary and language development for students who are learning English as a second language or have language delays practical tips from real teachers for implementing intervention in the classroom research on how this classroom-based intervention can improve students' skills and help them catch up with their peers All activities come complete with clear guidelines and suggestions and are easy to tailor to students' individual needs. Creative and versatile, this curriculum supplement will help struggling students become skillful, enthusiastic readers.The letter tiles can be used with the bingo board for spelling words, with the sound templates (mentioned next) for segmenting ... In this case, the boxes represent empty cells that should be filled by color or letter tiles. ... Students can complete the graph by coloring in a bar when a timed fluency exercise has been completed.
|Title||:||Interventions for Reading Success|
|Author||:||Diane Haager, Joseph A. Dimino, Michelle Pearlman Windmueller|
|Publisher||:||Brookes Pub - 2007-01-01|