Leveled Literacy InterventionLeveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) is a supplemental reading intervention program. It is a research-based reading intervention curriculum taught for students in grades K through 5. The intervention was designed for students that need extra support to become proficient, grade-level readers. LLI provides 30 minutes of instruction in a small group setting. This reading instruction is in addition to the core reading/language arts program. The lessons provide explicit, direct instructions and are designed to support fluency, reading instructional level books, working with words, and writing.
1. Re-reading/Running Record
2. Word Work
4. New Book
FundationsFundations provides research-based materials and strategies essential to a comprehensive reading, spelling, and handwriting program. Students in grades K-3 receive a systematic program in critical foundational skills emphasizing:Phonics/word study
The Wilson Reading System directly and systematically teaches students how to fluently and accurately decode. It is unlike traditional phonics programs in that instruction is very interactive and multi-sensory. Students learn to encode (spell) as they learn to decode.
1. Phonemic Awareness
3. Reading Comprehension