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  • 1. K - 6 Reading Intervention Materials Selection
  • 2. Rationale for Need
    • Current buildings lack research-based reading interventions in the five components of reading (phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary).
    • Current reading interventions vary from building to building.
    • Refocusing on common curriculum - Board Policy 2020.
  • 3. Recommendations
    • Making Meaning
    • Systematic Instruction in Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, and Sight Words
    • Soar to Success
    • Six Minute Solution
    • Rewards
    • Reading Mastery
    • Corrective Reading
  • 4. Rationale for Section of Intervention Materials
    • They:
    • are aligned with OSPI’s approved list of reading interventions.
    • address one or more of the five components of reading: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary.
    • target all three tiers of instruction as outlined in the Washington State K-12 Reading Model.
    • compliment core reading program.
    • have built in assessments to monitor progress.
    • have appropriate level of rigor K – 6.
    • are research based materials.
  • 5. Reading Interventions - Selection Committee Name Title / Site Gretchen Peters Director Literacy and Social Studies / ESC Vince Pecchia Principal / Hunt Elementary Patti Nance Instructional Coach / Carson Elementary Peg Huard Title I/LAP Specialist / Puyallup Special Services Ronda McGinnis First Grade Teacher / Ridgecrest Elementary Vicky Hopp Education Specialist, Puyallup Special Services Nancy McIlraith LAP Teacher / Hunt Elementary Lynn Gilbertson Instructional Coach / Karshner Elementary
  • 6. Reading Interventions - Selection Committee Name Title / Site Louis Tibbs Instructional Coach / Literacy grades 2 nd and 3 rd Lisa Elliot First Grade Teacher / Wildwood Elementary Lisa Crowell Fourth Grade Teacher / Brouillet Elementary Kris Njos Instructional Coach / Literacy grades 4 th , 5 th , 6 th Liz Knox Principal / Maplewood Elementary David Sunich Assistant Principal / Edgerton Elementary Christina Everett LAP Teacher / Northwood, Hilltop, Mt. View, Maplewood Elementary Schools Beth Allen First Grade Teacher / Woodland Elementary
  • 7. Selection Process
    • Reviewed Puyallup School District requirements for selecting intervention materials.
    • Reviewed 19 reading intervention programs, which included publisher presentations.
    • Acquired samples of curricular materials.
    • Completed screening of curricula using the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction and Florida Center for Reading Research curriculum screening tool.
    • Narrowed selection and took a closer look with additional publisher presentations.
    • Based on need, readiness, and budget, a consensus recommendation for Six Minute Solution, Rewards, Systematic Instruction in Phonemic Awareness, Phonics and Sight Words, Soar to Success, Making Meaning, Reading Mastery, and Corrective Reading was made.
  • 8. Recommended Materials Title Components Grade Level Publisher Making Meaning Comprehension K – 6 DSC Systematic Instruction in Phonemic Awareness, Phonics and Sight Words (SIPPS) Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Vocabulary, Fluency K – 6 DSC Six Minute Solution Fluency 1 – 6 Sopris West Rewards Phonics, Decoding, Vocabulary 4 – 6 Sopris West Reading Mastery Corrective Reading Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Vocabulary, Fluency, Comprehension K – 6 SRA Soar to Success Fluency, Comprehension, Vocabulary 3 – 6 Houghton Mifflin
  • 9. Key: P- phonemic awareness F- fluency P- phonics C- comprehension V- vocabulary SIPP- systemic instruction in phonemic awareness, phonics, and sight words Tier III Intensive Instruction in replacement model with double or triple dose intervention. Reading Mastery, Corrective Reading, Progress Monitoring weekly
    • Tier II
    • Instructional intervention
      • Open Court with intervention guide at grade level, plus 30 minutes.
    • Open Court at lower grade level with increased rigor, plus 30 minute double dose.
    • Multiple Measures/Progress Monitoring: every 2- 4 weeks
    Tier I Open Court Making Meaning Strategies 6 Minute Solution Dibels, 3 times per year Read Well 90 minutes uninterrupted instruction to include PA, P, V, F,C as appropriated to grade level. Soar to Success Rewards SIPPS Soar to Success Rewards SIPPS
  • 10. Professional Development
    • Summer training for principals, instructional coaches, LAP, and resource teachers conducted by national consultants.
    • Additional training throughout the school year provided at building sites by instructional coaches and lead teachers.
  • 11. Questions