Research indicates that emergent readers need both code-based (phonics) and meaning-based (context) strategies to successfully solve the high volume of words needed to read English.
With intentional planning, you can ensure Leveled Literacy Intervention instruction will have a powerful impact on student achievement.
How do we uncover the kinds and degrees of support that will be most effective for individual students? Our best shot starts with assessment that is authentic, asset-based, actionable, and anti-racist.
Repeated Reading is the specific (and thus capitalized) routine pioneered by researcher Jay Samuels.
In partnership with The Ohio State University, we are proud that LLI is recommended and featured on the National Proven Tutoring website.
As a literacy teacher, your understanding of the composite of competencies that are characteristic of effective reading and writing and how they change over time will set the pathway for your teaching.