Literacy Intervention Program Descriptions Program Name Corrective Reading SRA Expressive Writing 1&2 SRA Horizons SRA Format/ Group size DI 45 min each strand DI 45 min DI 60 min ImagineIt! intervention kit Imagine It! Reading Kaleidoscope SRA Kaleidoscope A SRA Language for Learning SRA Let’s Play Learn (Basic) Winsor Learning, Time 15-20 min Grade/ Audience Literacy area 3-12 PA, P, F, V, C 3 Two major strands, Decoding and Comprehension Separately as a supplemental intervention program (Tier 2) or combined as a comprehensive intervention program (Tier 3) 4-12 W 2 The program addresses essential skills with four instructional strands: Mechanics, Sentence Writing, Paragraph and Story Writing, and Editing. PA, P, F, V, C 3 Implemented as a core or intervention program Two parts, Horizon’s Learning to Read Level A and B or Fast Track A-B and Horizon’s Reading to Learn Fast Track C-D. PA, P, F, V, C 2 90 strategic intervention lessons for skills in each of the five key technical domains of reading: phonological and phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. 1-3 Tier 45 min K-1 PA, P, F, V, C 2 120 min 2 PA, P, F, V, C, W 3 DI 30-50 min PK-1 V 2 Multisensory 20-30 min PK-K PA, P, F, V, C 3 / Small & whole group Description Early intervention Areas of instruction include: sounds and letters, listening comprehension/vocabulary, phonics, writing, letter recognition, read aloud, phonological and phonemic awareness, listening, speaking and viewing. Students develop the skills they need to read with fluency and understanding so they can successfully participate in their designated grade level instruction. Two years of reading instruction can be delivered in one year, Teaches teach pre-kindergarten children the statements, concepts, and words Six learning groups: Actions, Descriptions of Objects, Information and Background Knowledge, Instructional Words and Problem-Solving Concepts, Classification, and Problem-Solving Strategies. Orton-Gillingham methodology Teaches pre-reading and early math skills for early childhood, intervention, Pre-Reading instruction for English Language Learners Program Name Format/ Group size Time Grade/ Audience Literacy area Tier Inc. Lexia Lexia Learning Tech Based Program My Sidewalks Reading & Language Arts Curriculum – Instruction by Pearson 20-30 min K-12 30 min 3-5 PA, P, F, V, C 2 PA, P, V, C 2 Read Naturally Read Naturally Tech Based Program 30 min 1-8 F 2 Reading Mastery (Classic, Plus) DI 45-90 min K-6 PA, P, F, V, C 3 Reasoning & Writing DI 45 min K-12 W 2 Signatures DI 90 min K-6 PA, P, F, V, C 3 SIM: Fundamentals& Proficiency of Sentence Writing* SIM 25 min 3-8 W 2 6 min K-8 F 2 Six Minute Solution Description (ELL) Provides phonics instruction and gives students independent practice in basic reading skills Supplement regular classroom instruction. Support skill development in the five areas of reading instruction identified by the National Reading Panel Intensive elementary reading intervention program Designed for students who are unable to read and comprehend gradelevel materials Fluency program designed to develop in readers the skills necessary for fluent and effortless reading: speed, accuracy and proper expression. Three strategies: reading along with a fluent model, individual repeated readings of the same passage at the student’s reading level, and progress monitoring. Provides explicit, systematic instruction in English language reading Reading Mastery is available in two versions, Reading Mastery Classic levels I and II (for use in grades K–3) and Reading Mastery Plus, an integrated reading-language program for grades K–6 Higher-order thinking skills as the foundation for writing skills Students learn to organize their thoughts into words, first through oral activities such as storytelling and readers’ theater, and later, on paper Students learn that spelling, punctuation, and grammar are essential to effective communication. Highly explicit, systematic approach of Direct Instruction to accelerate reading Three strands address Reading, Language Arts, and Literature Two parts: Fundamentals in the Sentence Writing Strategy and Proficiency in the Sentence Writing Strategy. Teaches strategy for recognizing and writing 14 sentence patterns with four types of sentences: simple, compound, complex, and compoundcomplex. Concentrated practice on phonetic elements, sight word vocabulary, and expository passage reading Program Name Format/ Group size Time Grade/ Audience Literacy area Tier Sonday I & 2 Multisensory 25-30 min K-8 PA, P, F, V, C 2 Text Talk* Tech Based Program 20 min K-3 V, C 2 Description Based on the research of repeated readings and peer-assisted learning strategies, and partner reading is the primary activity of the program Sonday System 1 guides beginning reading, writing and spelling instruction, reading intervention, instruction for English Language Learners (ELL) Sonday System 2 guides the instruction for intermediate reading and intervention with emphasis on multi-syllabic words, prefixes and suffixes. Oral language instruction program intended for all students in grades K-3 Develop the student’s ability to construct meaning of sophisticated vocabulary words within the context of read-alouds and explicit vocabulary instruction.