8What is L3?L3 is taught in short, sharp explicit lessons of 10 minutes in both reading and writing.
9What is L3?L3 Is taught in the classroom to small groups of three students as part of the daily literacy lesson.The remainder of the class works independently on carefully selected literacy tasks.
10Why L3?L3 monitors student progress through consistent collection and analysis of student data.
11Why L3?L3 responds to the learning needs of students as they progress in the acquisition of literacy skills.
12Why L3?L3 addresses all aspects of the NSW K-6 English Syllabus.
13The L3 Regional Trainer Course In 2010, Curriculum Directorate through Best Start, is training L3 Regional trainers.
14The L3 Program L3 Regional trainers : Teach two small groups of three to four Kindergarten studentsduring their classroom Literacy session, three days per week.Participate in all train the trainer activities.Participate in six in-class visits by Curriculum Directorate.Deliver training and in-school support to up to 15 Kindergartenteachers and support staff in up to five schools per year.
15Kindergarten teams from participating schools Attend 12 half-day training sessions with other Kindergarten teams from a small community of schools.
16Kindergarten teams from participating schools Participate in 4 half day collegial visits, involving classroom observation and discussion with the L3 regional trainer.
17Kindergarten teams from participating schools Complete between session tasks and collect ongoing student data.
18Participating schools Provide funding and other support to ensure the participation of Kindergarten teachers and support staff in training and the effective implementation of the L3 program.
19Participating schools Maintain implementation of L3 as a regular in-class intervention for Kindergarten students with additional support needs.
20Future PlanningIt is proposed that Curriculum K-12 Directorate offer training and support that would accredit 15 teachers as regional L3 trainers each year from 2010 to 2012.Regional Directors would decide regional involvement in the program.
21Future PlanningThe professional learning components of the course will be registered with the NSW Institute of Teachers.