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LLI. Leveled Literacy Intervention. Abstract. Scientifically based system that aims to improve student’s reading abilities by engaging them in small groups with books at their level

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LLI

Leveled Literacy Intervention

abstract
Abstract
  • Scientifically based system that aims to improve student’s reading abilities by engaging them in small groups with books at their level
  • This short-term intervention assures close observation and the intensive teaching interactions that promote individual learning and allow children to make faster progress
background
Background
  • LLI is based on the Fountas and Pinnell gradient of text difficulty
  • LLI uses the term “leveled” because leveled books are a key component in helping children become competent readers
research
Research
  • Children who read below grade level at the end of grade one are likely to continue to read below grade level
  • A growing body of research shows that reading difficulties are preventable with effective intervention programs
method
Method
  • 7 university students worked with a group of 2-3 students for 30 minutes, 4-5 times a week
  • Running records helped us determine what areas the students needed help improving, which we focused on for the next lesson
participants
Participants
  • In the beginning of the school year, the homeroom teachers identified the five lowest readers in their classroom.
  • The Reading Specialist at the school analyzed running records on each of these students and then put the students into groups based on their reading level.
lesson features
Lesson Features
  • In LLI lessons, texts are matched to children’s reading ability. 
  • LLI lessons provide systematic instruction in phonemic awareness. 
  • Phonics Instruction
  • Fluency is developed through the integration of rereading texts in daily lessons.
  • LLI lessons provide daily opportunity to read new texts with teacher support. 
  • LLI lessons provide explicit instruction on comprehension.
lesson features continued
Lesson Features Continued
  • LLI lessons provide opportunities for writing. 
  • LLI lessons provide opportunities to learn a core of  high frequency words.
  • LLI lessons are designed to expand vocabulary and develop oral language.
  • LLI lessons are highly motivating for children and teachers. 
  • LLI provides a direct, practical link to classroom instruction.
  • LLI lessons facilitate a home-school literacy connection. 
lessons focus on
Lessons focus on:

First and Second Grade

  • Matching texts to children's reading ability
  • Systematic instruction in phonemic awareness
  • Systematic instruction in phonics
  • Daily practice of oral reading to increase reading fluency
  • Explicit instruction on comprehension
  • Writing/responding to reading
  • Learning a core of high frequency words
  • Expanding vocabulary

Third Grade

  • Matching texts to children's reading ability
  • Systematic instruction in phonemic awareness
  • Systematic instruction in phonics
  • Daily practice of oral reading to increase reading fluency
  • Explicit instruction on comprehension
  • Writing/responding to reading
  • Learning a core of high frequency words
  • Expanding vocabulary
our futures as educators
Our Futures as Educators
  • We have experience:
    • planning lessons and working with students in small groups
    • developing reading strategies
    • keeping records
    • completing and analyzing running records
    • reflecting on our teaching and adapting to students needs
enhancing our education
Enhancing Our Education
  • This project gave us real-life experiences in the classroom working with students to help them improve and develop their reading abilities.
  • We were able to prepare, organize, and implement lesson plans.
  • By reflecting on our teaching and using documentation and assessments we were able to adjust to our students’ individual needs.
references
References
  • Leveled Literacy Intervention Program Guide by Irene C. Fountas & Gay Su Pinnell
  • http://www.greenwichcsd.org/k6/ais/LLI.htm