Interventions and Progress Monitoring

My favorite part of teaching, if you haven’t guessed it, is my small group time.  A large part of that small group time is differentiated instruction– much of which is intervention and accelerated instruction, as well as literacy circles and novel studies.

Let’s discuss each of these small group areas! We’ll begin with reading interventions!

What exactly do my interventions look like? I’m glad you asked.

I’d like to do a series of posts centered on analyzing student data identify the strengths and difficulties of students and then the targeted instruction given based on that information.  Some of the interventions I’d like to focus on are word sorts for encoding and decoding, repeated readings for sight word automaticity and fluency, close readings for better comprehension and answering text based questions, just to name a few.

What are your favorite interventions for students in need of remediation?

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