Who Would You Serve? First Grade Teachers- You will use the LLI lessons during Guided Reading as your core instruction with your three or four lowest students. ■ Any general education student that are not on level 4 (D) at this time of the school year will be served with the LLI kit. ■ Any native english speaker in a dual language classroom that are not on a level 3 (C) at this time of year will be served with the LLI kit. This will be consider as the integration of core instruction and intervention for RTi.
When do I serve them? Dual Language Teachers ✱ LLI kit Intervention will be provided on the English days only: LLI system supports the “Balanced Literacy” components in a deeper and differentiated level to increase students’ English reading skills. ✱ During the Spanish days, the interventions in Spanish will support the “Balanced Literacy” components in a deeper and differentiated level to increase students’ Spanish reading skills. We will talk about the Spanish Intervention on November 18 th ✱ Cross Linguistic Connections ✱ El sisteme de lectura ✱ Continuo de adquisicion de la lectoescritura ✱ New Spanish intervention! SIL- El Sistema de la Intervención de Lectura
The Lesson ✱ LLI lessons include reading, writing, phonics and word study, and the extensive use of oral language throughout. ✱ There are three types of lesson structures in the system: 1. Getting started lesson 2. Odd-numbered lessons 3. Even number lessons
Getting Started Lesson First Ten Lessons ✱ Rereading ✱ Phonics ✱ Reading new book with several levels of support ✱ Writing about reading ✱ Letter/ W ord Work
Let’s look at a getting started lesson ✱ Reread the Book (5 minutes) ✱ Phonics Word Study (5 minutes) ✱ Rhyming Picture Cards ✱ Alphabet Linking Chart (Video)
Let’s look at a getting started lesson ✱ New Book (15 Minutes) ✱ Let’s look at the instructions on page 21: ✱ Read to: Introduce the new Lapbook to the children, encouraging them to use information from the pictures, as well as their own experience, to talk about the text ✱ Read with: Here you find specific suggestions to scaffold the child’s use of the meaning, language, and visual information in print as you read the Lapbook with the children. ✱ Read by: in this section, you give the children the small book and use shared reading to have children read the book with you.
Let’s look at a getting started lesson ✱ Writing About Reading: 10 minutes ✱ You engage the students in composition sentences to write about the new book using interactive writing. During interactive writing share the pen with the children at selected points. ✱ Read page 22. With your partner talk about one or two strategies that you notice.
Let’s look at a getting started lesson ✱ Letter/Word Work: 5 minutes ✱ You guide children in some quick “hand on” word work. You will find a visual showing the materials used in the teaching. You will also find suggestions for teaching the children about letters and words.
Let’s look at a getting started lesson ✱ Assessing Reading and Writing Behaviors: ✱ This section provides suggestions for observational assessments across the lesson or additional assessments tips if you find they are needed.
There are two kinds of lessons: ✱ Odd -Numbered Lessons ✱ Even-Numbered Lessons
Odd-Numbered Lessons ✱ The first day, an odd-numbered lesson- such as 11,13,15,17- is for the introduction of a new instructional level book. The focus is on reading, discussion of meaning, and phonics and word work. 1.Rereading the book (5 minutes) 2.Phonics/Word Work (5 minutes) 3.New Book at the instructional level (15 minutes) 4.Letter/Word Work (5 minutes)
Even-Numbered Lessons ✱ The second day is an even number lessons (such as 12,14,16,18,20) offers the introduction of a new independent level book for the child. ✱ The focus in on writing to extend the meaning of books as well as to achieve a close look at print, letters, and sounds, phonics and word work, and on fluency. 1.Rereading the book and assessment (5 minutes) 2.Phonics/Word Work (5 minutes) 3.Writing About Reading (15 minutes) 4.New Book (two instructional levels below-read it and take home) (5 minutes) 5.Letter/Word Work--optional
Put on your Detective Hat ✱ With a partner, scan lesson 31 and 32 pages 185 to 196 from the Green System. ✱ Discuss the strategies used in each of the components of the lesson. ✱ Use the following organizer to write down your findings and be ready to share
Lesson Professional Development CD Green Kit What is LLI and Who is it For? (7 minutes) Program Components Components of LLI (2 ½ minutes)
Let’s Get Started ✱ Look at your DRA/ Running Records Data ✱ Select the group of students that will be receiving LLI Kit interventions. ✱ Identify the lessons and books that you want to use