RTI for reading at the secondary level : recommended literacy practices and remaining questions
LB1050.5 .R444 2012
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- Includes bibliographical references (p. 249-257) and index.
- Machine generated contents note: Prologue: Response to Intervention with Secondary Students: Why the Issues Are Different Than with Elementary Students, Sharon Vaughn and Jack M. FletcherIntroduction1. RTI in Reading: An Overview2. Step 1: Implementing Effective Tier 1 Instruction3. Step 2: Establishing Interventions in Reading4. Step 3: Guidelines for Tiers 2 and 35. Step 4: Refining Implementation of RTIEpilogue.Appendix A. Sample Middle School Schedules: Grades 6-8Appendix B. Sample Junior High Schedules: Grades 7-8Appendix C. Sample High School ScheduleAppendix D. Examples of Vocabulary and Comprehension Strategies for Content-Area InstructionAppendix E. Examples of Reading Intervention StrategiesAppendix F. Resources for Implementing RTI at the Secondary Level.
- "Grounded in the best current knowledge, this book shows how to implement response to intervention (RTI) in middle and high school contexts. Detailed guidelines are presented for teaching reading comprehension, vocabulary, and other aspects of literacy across the content areas, and for providing effective interventions for students who require additional support. The authors describe RTI procedures that are specifically tailored to the needs of struggling adolescent learners and that take into account the challenges and logistics of secondary-level implementation. More than 20 reproducible tools for planning, assessment, progress monitoring, and multi-tiered instruction are featured; the large-size format facilitates photocopying"-- Provided by publisher.
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- Deborah K. Reed, Jade Wexler, Sharon Vaughn.
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