3 Tier Reading Model. 3/26/08. Objectives. Review guidelines for the 3 Tier Reading Model. Describe the instruction that occurs in each of the three tiers. Identify appropriate materials from Reading Street and My Sidewalks to be used during each tier of instruction. . 3 Tier Reading Model.
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Core Reading Instruction
-Mix of Whole Group and Small Group Instruction
-Exposure to Grade Level Standards and Priority Skills
Supplemental Reading Instruction
Additional 30 min
20-30% of students
-Small Group Instruction, no more than 5 students
-Mastery of priority skills
Additional 30 min
5-10% of students
-Small Group Instruction, no more than 3 students
-Mastery of lowest skill student is missing
Tier 3 instruction offers each student more of the following…
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