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Here are gathered a variety of resources to help preservice and seasoned teachers in reading instruction.
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Supplementary Materials for Reading Interventions

  • Project Read Responds to Literacy
    This 11 min. video overview takes the viewer into the classroom and explains the educational philosophy, curriculum principles, and staff development of the Language Circle/Project Read program.

Reading/Writing Interventions

  • Collins Writing Program
    The Collins Writing Program presents a model for writing-across-the-curriculum and writing to learn.
  • Orton-Gillingham Method
    The Orton-Gillingham method is a multi-sensory approach that integrates visual, auditory,kinesthetic and tactile modalities in the learning process. Materials are found at the Institute for Multi-Sensory Education (IMSE).
  • Project Read
    Project Read is designed to provide phonics instruction in the regular classroom for students that are perfroming poorly in reading and spelling.
  • What Works Clearinghouse: Beginning Reading
    All intervention reports for beginning reading are linked.
  • WILSON Academy
    Includes a link to FCRR's report on Wilson Fluency/Basic.
  • Wilson Language Training
    This site gives a history of the Wilson Reading System which is an adaptation of the Orton Gillingham program, appropriate for students in upper elementary grades through adult.
  • Reading Recovery
    Reading Recovery is a highly effective short-term intervention of one-to-one tutoring for low-achieving first graders. The intervention is most effective when it is available to all students who need it and is used as a supplement to good classroom teachi
  • The Spalding Method
    The Spalding Method is a total language arts approach because it provides explicit, sequential, multisensory instruction in spelling (including phonics and handwriting), writing, and listening/reading comprehension.
  • Reading First
    This program focuses on putting proven methods of early reading instruction in classrooms. It provides assistance to states and districts to establish scientifically based reading programs for students enrolled in kindergarten through grade three.
  • Guided Reading
  • The New Bloom's Taxonomy
  • Educators Publishing Service
  • Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
  • Fundations
    Provides a research-based program defined treatment for Response to Intervention (RtI) for grades K-3.Fundations targets general education and at-risk students with the aim of improving student performance in the areas of phonemic awareness, decoding and spelling. It also includes vocabulary, fluency, handwriting, and aspects of comprehension.
    Fundations is designed to be used with existing literature-based reading instruction.
 

The Code and The Challenge of Learning to Read It - Video Tour INDEX

Children of the Code will take the viewer on a learning journey through the invention, spread, and effects of the alphabet code. Paralleling the story of the code and the brain, Children of the Code will also explore many of the issues associated with reading difficulties: oral language background, cognitive processing, affects, intellectual self-concept, self-esteem, linguistic and cultural diversity, academic-vocational success, delinquency-criminality, social-economic ceilings, and others.

Reading Assessment Database for Grades k-2

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