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Leveled Literacy Intervention System
Transcript of Leveled Literacy Intervention System
Pros & Cons
Limited information regarding students with Intellectual Disabilities
Individuals with special needs that would benefit from LLI
Students without IEPs that are struggling in either reading or writing
Dysgraphia and Dyslexia
Mild intellectual disabilities
Allie McKenna, Taylor Wilkinson, Alex Yotter, Nicole Eveland & Samuel Reese
Individuals with special needs that would NOT benefit from LLI
Severe Cognitive Disabilities - Autism, Down syndrome
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Flynt, E., Ransford-Kaldon, C., Ross, C., & Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness. (2011). A randomized controlled trial of a response to intervention (RTI) tier 2 literacy program: Leveled literacy intervention (LLI).
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Phonological Awareness. (2013). What is phonological awareness? Retrieved September 22, 2013, from http://www.phonologicalawareness.org/
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Limited teacher training
Adapted to align with Common Core standards
Prove effective for ELLs
Includes reading, writing, and phonics
Tons of information supporting typically developing students
Consists of a series of planned lessons
Designed for students with disabilities, English language learners and any child who is at risk of academic failure
Small group approach
Mostly used for kindergarten-2nd grade
Developed over five years and has been tried in over 70 districts in over15 states
Summary of LLI
Depends on grade level/sub-level
Multiple copies of leveled books
"When Readers Struggle: Teaching that Works"
• Depends on age/grade level of student
• Students will need to have different skills based on where they are in the program
• Some general skills all students will need to have
1. Concepts of Print
2. Concepts of Word
3. Phonological Awareness
4. Letter Recognition/Awareness