In contrast to resources that focus on defining RTI or that take a learning disability identification perspective, this first-of-its-kind book describes successful, evidence-based RTI approaches and then shows them in action in real schools and districts. Edited by the cochairs of IRAas RTI Commission, this must-have resource presents collaborative frameworks proven to work in today's classrooms. It offers specific, practical information for general educatorsaparticularly teachers, reading specialists, and literacy coaches. The action plan and corresponding tools provided can be used to guide RTI efforts in your school and districtafrom creating the RTI team to assessing readiness for implementation. The book is also ideal for school-based professional development, as well as for teacher education.Meaning-based strategies (e.g., look at the pictures, think about what makes sense, reread, read ahead to find more information) were taught ... If students relied exclusively on code-based strategies, they would encounter words that they could not identify. Code-based strategies (e.g., think about the sounds of the letters, break the word into parts, look for parts you know, and try a different sound for theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Successful Approaches to RTI|
|Author||:||Marjorie Y. Lipson, Karen K. Wixson|
|Publisher||:||International Reading Assoc. - 2010-04-26|