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What about time?. Early Literacy (K-6). Core 90 minutes of uninterrupted time. Supplemental an additional 30 minutes of targeted instruction should be provided beyond the core with homogeneous groups of 3-5 students Intensive

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what about time
What about time?

Building Level, Day 2

early literacy k 6
Early Literacy (K-6)
  • Core
    • 90 minutes of uninterrupted time.
  • Supplemental
    • an additional 30 minutes of targeted instruction should be provided beyond the core with homogeneous groups of 3-5 students
  • Intensive
    • 60 additional minutes of instruction beyond the core instruction with homogeneous groups

of 1-3 students

Building Level, Day 2

adolescent literacy 4 12
Adolescent Literacy (4-12)
  • Core
    • Content area classes
  • Supplemental
  • Homogeneous instruction can be provided to groups as large as 10 to 16 students for 30-50 minutes per day or one class period.
  • Intensive
    • Grades 4-8 small groups of 1-4 students for 50-60 minutes per day
    • High school small groups of 1-5 students for 50-60 minutes per day

Building Level, Day 2

example model of instruction walk to intervention 45 students
Example: Model of Instruction Walk to Intervention (45 students)

Teacher A

(Enrichment /Grade Level Group)

22 students

Special Education Teacher

(Phonemic Awareness)

3 students

Teacher D

(Comprehension)

5 Students

Teacher C

(Fluency)

5 Students

Teacher B

(Multisyllabic Words)

5 Students

Title Teacher

(Decoding)

5 Students

Building Level, Day 2

kansas mtss decision rules for school schedules
Kansas MTSS Decision Rules for School Schedules
  • Common collaboration time
  • Availability of specialists
  • Maximize student time on task
  • Minimize transitioning
  • Minimum time allocations for core instruction
  • Other decision rules that may affect your schedule

Building Level, Day 2

kansas mtss considerations for scheduling
Kansas MTSS Considerations for Scheduling
  • When will supplemental instruction be scheduled
  • When will intensive instruction be scheduled
  • Any requirements for entitlement classes
  • Itinerant staff schedules
  • Special class schedules (orchestra, etc.)
  • Space considerations

Building Level, Day 2

middle school schedule
Middle School Schedule

Building Level, Day 2

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