This book provides step-by-step instruction for over 200 research-driven reading interventions and strategies for teachers from kindergarten through high school to energize their existing instruction with average students, as well as students who struggle with reading and need intervention.
Teachers can use Improving Reading as they plan interventions for struggling readers using the Response to Internvention (RTI) model. These strategies encompass oral reading, comprehension, word identification, and motivation:
-All supportive material for implementing strategies is included and easy to use.
-Quick Reference Guide inside the front cover that is keyed to 69 student behaviors in reading.
-More than 425 practice and reinforcement activities expanding the strategies and interventions to enhance student learning.
-CD with over 200 reproducible pages for classroom use, student activities, resources and websites.
-Teacher resources on CD for each chapter including Dolch Lists, Sequence Maps, Student Checklists, Book Lists, Alphabet Books, Pattern Books, and Picture Books.
Combined with Basic Reading Inventory, this book provides a complete reading approach for educators. WHO USES THIS BOOK: K-12 classroom teachers, reading specialists, Title I teachers, learning disability teachers, tutors, teacher aides, and school systems that offer in-service work in reading development. Also for use in college level courses for teaching reading.