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This brochure provides an At-A-Glance look at Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI)—a powerful, short-term intervention, that provides daily intensive small-group instruction, which supplements classroom literacy teaching. LLI turns struggling readers into successful readers with engaging leveled books and fast-paced, systematically designed lessons. Learn more!
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Find immediately usable answers to your questions about struggling readers from educators you trust. Read Pinnell and Fountas’s When Readers Struggle: Teaching That Works and find teaching that works for struggling readers. It’s filled with specific teaching ideas for helping children in kindergarten through Grade 3 who are having difficulty in reading and writing.
Hear from Fountas and Pinnell trained Consultant, Dr. Kathy Northcutt, in this prerecorded informational webinar: Teaching Struggling Readers, Grades K–5. This webinar discusses the research and statistics facing teachers of elementary school struggling readers.
Kathy provides a 30-minute presentation followed by a 15-minute Q&A that examines the following three concerns teachers of struggling readers in Kindergarten through grade 5 have:
Are you tasked with getting your struggling 5-12th grade readers to grade-level proficiency? Do you need to renew a sense of agency in these students? Do these students need to develop and build their system of strategic actions to deepen their comprehension skills?
Hear from Fountas-and-Pinnell-trained consultant, Dr. Kathy Northcutt, in this recorded webinar as Kathy discusses the following three concerns facing middle and high school teachers of struggling readers:
This guide provides suggestions for a series of professional development sessions for instructors, staff developers, literacy coaches, and study groups based on When Readers Struggle: Teaching That Works. When Readers Struggle provides detailed information about instructional practices that can help struggling readers become successful. The book focuses on grades K through 3, but will also be helpful to teachers working with older students who are reading far below grade level.
The guide contains 17 modules which cover the 21 chapters in the book and vary in length from one to two and a half hours. The modules may be used separately or combined into a series of study sessions or all-day seminars.
The guide also includes several useful appendices, one of which provides a formal syllabus and instructor’s guide for using When Readers Struggle as the basis of a 15 week university course.