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Lexia and the Early Elementary Learner: Appropriate Placement and Seamless Transitions. Pamela Hook, Ph.D. MGH Institute of Health Professions, Boston, MA. Preventing Reading Difficulties: A Three-Tiered Intervention Model. TIER I. TIER II. TIER III. Torgesen & Greenberg, 2004. TIER I.

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Lexia and the early elementary learner appropriate placement and seamless transitions

Lexia and the Early Elementary Learner: Appropriate Placement and Seamless Transitions

Pamela Hook, Ph.D.

MGH Institute of Health Professions, Boston, MA


Preventing reading difficulties a three tiered intervention model
Preventing Reading Difficulties: A Three-Tiered Intervention Model

TIER I

TIER II

TIER III

Torgesen & Greenberg, 2004


Tier i
TIER I Model

Main component

• A core reading program that supports the critical elements in reading instruction.

TIER I

Torgesen & Greenberg, 2004


Tier ii
TIER II Model

Main Component:

•Small-group supplemental instruction provided in addition to the core reading instruction.

TIER II

Torgesen & Greenberg, 2004


Tier iii
TIER III Model

Main Component:

•Intensive, strategic, supplemental instruction specifically designed and customized for small-group or 1:1 reading instruction that is extended beyond the time allocated for TIER I and TIER II.

TIER III

Torgesen & Greenberg, 2004


Four types of learners
Four Types of Learners Model

Type D Type C Type B Type A

SPED “At Risk” On Level--CORE Above Level

Need Intensive Need Explicit Can Intuit Many Rules Reading

Instruction Instruction

TIER II

TIER III

TIER I

5-10% 25-30% 60-65% 5%

Percentages in each group vary—in some schools as many as 20 % are in SPED and 60-70% would benefit from explicit instruction.

Marion Sanders, (2002)


Lexia Reading Product Model

Placement Recommendation by Tier Group

*Levels 4 and 5

ER-Early Reading

PR- Primary Reading

SOS- Strategies for Older Students


Tier i advanced lexia as enhancement example for grade 1
TIER I (Advanced): Lexia as Enhancement ModelExample for Grade 1

  • Tier I (advanced) students will benefit from the extra phonics practice Lexia provides.

  • Students will continue to move forward at own pace.

  • Recommended Use: 2 times per week for 20 minutes

  • Add It reinforces the reading and spelling of common suffixes.

Primary Reading, Level 5, Add It, Unit 5


Another example

Group It II develops Modelconceptual reasoning skills.

Another example

Primary Reading, Level 5, Group It II, Unit 1


Another example1

Elevator provides practice in Modelconstructing and reading two-syllable words in isolation, in sentences, and in stories.

This activity also supports comprehension.

Another example

Primary Reading, Level 5, Elevator, Unit 11


Tier i on level lexia as reinforcement example for grade 1
TIER I (On level): Lexia as Reinforcement ModelExample for Grade 1

  • Tier I (on level) students will benefit from the extra phonics practice Lexia provides.

  • Students will continue to move forward at own pace and possibly move into advanced group.

  • Recommended Use: 2 times per week for 20 minutes.

  • Short Vowel Bridge works on medial vowel discrimination and sound/symbol correspondence.

Primary Reading, Level 2, Short Vowel Bridge, Unit 9


Another example2

Picture-Word Match reinforces Modelreading comprehension skills.

Another example

Primary Reading, Level 2, Picture-Word Match, Unit 9


Tier ii lexia as supplemental example for grade 1
TIER II: Lexia as Supplemental ModelExample for Grade 1

  • Lexia provides supplemental support.

  • It addresses the reading skills of students who are not making adequate progress.

  • Students will need more exposure to the program.

  • Recommended Use: 3-4 times per week for 20 minutes

  • Sounds to Letters reinforces phonemic awareness skills.

Primary Reading, Level 1, Sounds to Letters, Unit 27


Another example3

Sight Word Search develops Modelautomatic recognition of pre-primer high-frequency irregular words in isolation, in phrases, and in sentences.

This activity also supports comprehension.

Another example

Primary Reading, Level 1, Sight Word Search, Unit 12


Tier iii lexia as intensive example for grade 1
TIER III: Lexia as Intensive ModelExample for Grade 1

  • Lexia use can provide the intensive support for Tier III students. The program individualizes the practice by repeating activities that the student is struggling with until mastery is achieved.

  • Tier III students will need extended exposure.

  • Recommended Use: Daily for 20-30 minutes

  • Sound Match increases awareness of beginning and ending sounds.

Early Reading, Level 1, Sound Match, Unit 1


Another example4

Sound Slide increases Modelawareness of syllables andsounds in words, and increases the ability to blend syllablesand sounds to construct words.

Another example

Early Reading, Level 1, Sound Slide, Unit 11


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