Leveled Literacy Intervention System Training

Overview
The Fountas and Pinnell Leveled Literacy Intervention Systems (K-8) are designed as supplemental, small group, targeted interventions to support students who find reading and writing challenging. These systems are designed to bring students up to grade level reading competency by offering clear, explicit, daily instruction focused on developing reading comprehension, fluency, and attending to fundamental writing process skills. The systems include engaging, leveled, guiding reading texts, Lesson Guides, Program Guide, and Assessment, with embedded professional learning to support teaching and learning. The workshops are designed to support the educator in delivering effective implementation of a system within a school. Note: These workshops are intended for teachers already implementing LLI systems to enhance effective instruction Audience K-8 teachers, Literacy coaches, Resource teachers and Literacy Consultants.

Outcomes

  • Learn about specific strategies targeted at struggling students to increase literacy proficiency
  • What does the research tell us about struggling readers?
  • Revisit Running Records, coding, scoring, and analyzing to identify the instructional focus based on student needs
  • Recognize the importance of explicit, instructional strategies to build comprehension, reading and writing fluency
  • Discuss the reading-writing connections and how to identify effective processing systems
  • Discuss Lesson structure, classroom management, and how to identifying small groups for LLI instruction
  • Explore the embedded professional development resources that include DVDs and other print resources

Course Fee and Number of Participants
Contact your Account Executive for PD delivery options and pricing - maximum number of participants 50.

Delivery Method
Face to Face