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  • 1. Intervention Overview Reading First Cohort 3 December 13, 2007
  • 2. Objectives
    • Reading First expectations for interventions
    • Define “in-class” intervention strategies
    • Discuss interventions outside of the reading block
    • Provide instruction for quality delivery of interventions
    • Develop a plan for training staff on interventions
  • 3. Lessons Learned…. Structures for future success:
    • First 6 months…..
      • 90 minute reading block
      • Core program
      • Grade level meetings
      • Screening assessments
      • Reading Leadership Team
      • Observations (most successful leaders observe daily)
      • Data Analysis, Screening data
  • 4. Lessons Learned…. Structures for future success
    • Second 6 months….
      • Consistent observations in classrooms daily
      • Professional development
      • Intervention system for students below Benchmark
      • Progress monitor students in intervention
      • Grade level meetings are focused on data and student results (progress monitoring)
      • Tailored instruction according to student data (designed with Regional Coordinator)
  • 5. Who receives interventions?
    • High strategic: in-class interventions
    • Mid-strategic/Intensive: additional 30-60 minutes of intervention outside of block
  • 6. System for Individual Solutions Research-Based Core Reading Program For All Students Research-Based In-Class Interventions More Students Reading At-Level Research-Based School Designed Interventions Teacher (90 minutes) School Jo Robinson and Mo Anderson © 2000
  • 7. Resources – How do you do it?
    • Funds:
      • Use Reading First $$ (outside of reading block)
    • Time:
      • Walk-to-intervention (classroom teachers & paras)
      • Small group – pull-out or push-in (paras)
    • Personnel:
      • Classroom teachers
      • Paras
      • Highly trained volunteers (i.e., AmeriCorps members)
  • 8. Lessons Learned…. Structures for future success
    • Second 6 months….
      • Consistent observations in classrooms daily
      • Professional development
      • Intervention system for students below Benchmark
      • Progress monitor students in intervention
      • Grade level meetings are focused on data and student results (progress monitoring)
      • Tailored instruction according to student data (designed with Regional Coordinator)
  • 9. Fluency Breakout Room 600 Martha Read Well 1 st Breakout Room G Erin Read Well K Breakout Room F Deanna Read Well K Breakout Room F Deanna Vocabulary Breakout Room H Bethany Read Well 1 st Breakout Room G Erin Vocabulary Breakout Room H Bethany Comprehension Breakout Room A Celia Fluency Breakout Room 600 Martha Comprehension Breakout Room A Celia Phonemic Awareness/Phonics Breakout Room B Judi Phonemic Awareness/Phonics Breakout Room B Judi Syllabication Breakout Room 500 Lynda/Shelby Syllabication Breakout Room 500 Lynda/Shelby Direct Instruction Templates Breakout Room 400 Pam/Evelyn Direct Instruction Templates Breakout Room 400 Pam/Evelyn 1:15-2:45 10:45-12:15 9:00-10:30
  • 10. Follow-up Steps
    • What resources (time, funds, personnel) are allocated for interventions now? What remains to be done?
    • How will the content of this training be delivered to your staff?