RTI and Reading
Catalog No. 27510The greatest number of teacher referrals to the RTI process has been struggling readers in their classrooms. Therefore, teachers must be knowledgeable about the reading process, its research-base, and the key skills needed for students to become proficient readers. This laminated reference guide written by Karen Kemp, co-author of RTI: The Classroom Connection for Literacy, provides strategies and techniques to address phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and text comprehension. This guide serves as a valuable tool to any classroom teacher committed to helping students with reading difficulties who are involved in the RTI process within their classroom environment.
Laminated Reference Guide
4 pages. 2011
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