Ethan pendergraft read 180 next generation research presentation
“The foundation for success in school and in life is literacy-and withoutthat fundamental skill, students will always struggle in the pursuit oftheir dreams.”“From dashboard rich with data and resources, to new content, towriting instruction that aligns to the Common Core, READ 180 NextGeneration will help students take ownership of their learning, helpteachers use data to differentiate their instruction and help schooland district leaders track the progress of students, classrooms andschools. All of these enhancements will help to accelerate learning ofthese at risk students and put them on the path to success.”Margery Mayer Presidentof Scholastic Education
READ 180 Next GenerationCREATION Created in 2011 as a new version of the successfulScholastic Education READ 180 program that servesan outstanding 1 million students every day! Based upon research by Dr. Ted Hasselbring of thePeabody College of Education at Vanderbilt University. Recognized there was a vast transition of curriculumwith the upcoming implementation of Common CoreState Standards across the country (heavy emphasison writing).
Characteristics Struggling Readers in grades 4-12 Two years below grade levelScore above 400 on SRI (Student ReadingInventory)Tier 3 individualized intensive reading interventionDifferentiated instructional softwareContent rich literature in multiple formatsReading, Writing, and Vocabulary Skills
o “Students are able to focuson instruction and benefitfrom multisensory learningexperiences…”oWhole and small-groupinstructionoDesigned to maximize studentengagemento90 minutes total divided into:o20 minute whole-groupteacher led instructionoThree 20 minute rotations(small-group, instructionalsoftware, independent reading)oA 10 minute wrap-up session toconclude thoughts, feedback
Common Core•Direct connection to the Common Core State Standards.•More rigor, writing, nonfiction and independent practice with textthan ever before. “To ensure that struggling readers have an explicit andaccelerated path to college and career readiness.”•Staircase of increasing Text Complexity•Three Dimensions of text complexity•Quantitative•Qualitative•Reader & Task•A proven instructional model•Text-based questions accompany every type of reading•Based on the Gradual Release Model!
Element of Literacy:Comprehension READ 180 Next Generation was found to have potentiallypositive effects on comprehension and general literacyachievement for adolescent learners. Based on studies done with students’ from the KIPP Academy: “22percent of students made the equivalent of two years’ worth ofgrowth in reading, and nearly 50 percent of students made theequivalent of at least a year’s worth of growth.” Anchor videos help struggling readers build schema andbackground knowledge to understand academic text. Direct instruction in essential comprehension skills andstrategies, such as sequencing, main idea/detail, summarizing,and cause and effect.
References Reed, T. (2011). Scholastic launches “READ 180” NextGeneration. Scholastic. Retrieved fromhttp://mediaroom.scholastic.com/node/424 Shaprio, E. S. (2012). Tiered instruction and intervention in aresponse-to-intervention model. RTI Network. Retrieved fromhttp://www.rtinetwork.org/essential/tieredinstruction/tiered-instruction-and-intervention-rti-model Scholastic READ 180 Next Generation. (2012). Scholastic.Retrieved from http://read180.scholastic.com/reading-intervention-program/about