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7 Reasons to use the Research Based Reading Intervention Program!

Are you in need of a Reading Intervention Program that is RESEARCH BASED!?


This research based reading intervention program is AMAZING because:


1. EVERY STUDENT in your classroom can make gains as readers: below level, on level, and advanced readers will work at their instructional levels!

**** Click to watch the FREE webinar and learn creative ways to make interventions work for every reader!



2. It includes the MOST IMPORTANT components of reading: fluency, comprehension, word work, and vocabulary practice!


3. It can be implemented in a variety of formats!  (small group, one-on-one, whole group, within guided reading, in a literature circle.)

**** Learn more about how teachers are using the program by downloading the FREE resource:




4. It's so simple and effective that aides or parent volunteers can easily be trained to implement with fidelity.


5. It includes running records, teacher comprehension pages, and progress monitoring to show growth!




6. It includes EVERYTHING YOU NEED, including fiction and nonfiction passages students love!

**** To see a FREE sample passage and all the components that go along with each passage click the image below:





7. It is RESEARCH BASED!

**** Click the image to download the FREE resource that includes all the data from the pilot team that helped develop the research to prove the effectiveness of The Reading Intervention Program!





To See all the Sets available in The Reading Intervention Program click the image below!





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Tips for Grading Writing

Hi there,

I am excited to help teachers increase their abilities to teach writing to their students. I hope you enjoy watching Live video below and using the free resources included in this blog post to help you teach writing this year. You can click on any of the images to download them as a free resource.














Tips for Grading Writing Plus FREE Writing Forms
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Posted by Out of This World Literacy on Tuesday, September 13, 2016


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Managing Writing Pieces as a Whole Class

Hi there,

I am excited to help teachers increase their abilities to teach writing to their students. I hope you enjoy watching Live video below and using the free resources included in this blog post to help you teach writing this year. You can click on any of the images to download them as a free resource.







All About Independent Writing Projects

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I am excited to help teachers increase their abilities to teach writing to their students. I hope you enjoy watching Live video below and using the free resources included in this blog post to help you teach writing this year. You can click on any of the images to download them as a free resource.






All About Independent Writing Projects http://outofthisworldliteracy.blogspot.com/2016/09/all-about-independent-writing-projects.html
Posted by Out of This World Literacy on Sunday, September 11, 2016




How to Use Interventions in Guided Reading



Have you ever felt stressed with trying to fit in all your lessons into the day?

Ever feel like there is just not enough time to meet all your students at their instructional levels?

This blog post will give you two very practical and easy ways to incorporate your interventions into guided reading groups!

There are two ways that you can easily use interventions during guided reading.

BUT, first let's talk a bit about guided reading and why interventions are SO amazing to use during this time!




































3 Practical Tips for Teaching Editing Skills

Hi there,
I am excited to help teachers increase their abilities to teach writing to their students. I hope you enjoy watching Live video below and using the free resources included in this blog post to help you teach writing this year. You can click on any of the images to download them as a free resource.














6 Steps to Quickly Assess Reading Abilities

Have you often wondered what your students reading abilities are at the beginning of the school year because you either receive NO data or the data seems really off?

OR...

Maybe you've gotten a new student in the middle of the year and had no clue where his/her reading abilities are?

This blog post will give you 6 EASY and EFFECTIVE steps to informally determining your students' reading abilities.

























I HOPE THIS HELPS YOU GET STARTED WITH THOSE STUDENTS WHO COME TO YOUR CLASS WITH NO BACKGROUND READING DATA!