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1 Program Targeted Students Program Description Research-based Corrective Reading Grades 4-12 Supplemental reading Direct Comprehension intervention RI=Tier 3 Targets critical reading McGraw Hill Education skills and strategies Mastery based al time: 45 *FUNdations Wilson Language Training *Just Words Wilson Language Training Grades K-3 Grades 4-12 Mild to moderate gaps in decoding and spelling Supplemental reading program based on Wilson Reading System principles Used as prevention/intervention program for teaching decoding, spelling, handwriting, and study of word structure al time: 30 Supplemental reading program based on Wilson Reading System principles Used as an accelerated intervention for teaching decoding and encoding years to complete the program al time: 45 or 3x per week Direct Orton- Gillingham based principles Multi-sensory Mastery Direct Orton- Gillingham based principles Multi-sensory Mastery Monitoring

2 Program Targeted Students Program Description *Language! Grades 4-12 Comprehensive Non-readers and literacy curriculum struggling readers Fiction and Elementary, middle nonfiction and high school Teacher directed students reading more Supplemental than two years below online activities grade level al time: RI=Tier 3 90 or 45 Research-based Differentiated Sequential Spiraling content Gradual-release Multisensory Prescriptive *Language! Live Grades 7-12 Non-readers and struggling readers Middle school and high school students reading more than two years below grade level RI=Tier 3 Comprehensive literacy curriculum Blended Fiction and nonfiction Students require daily access to computers al time: 90 or 45 Differentiated Sequential Spiraling content Gradual-release Multisensory Prescriptive

3 Program Targeted Students Program Description Research-based *RAVE-O: Reading through Automaticity, Vocabulary, Engagement, and Orthography Grades 2-4 Students must know 80% of phoneme/grapheme relationships Read Naturally Grades 1-8 Small group intervention program Improves fluent comprehension Based on schematic reasoning brain research Teaches automatizing word recognition 1-year program al time: 45 or Supplementary fluency program Nonfiction stories: readability levels 1-8 Audio/software versions Read Live (web based) is approved for use in FCPS al time: 30 Sequential Multi-sensory Teacher ing Repeated readings

4 Program Targeted Students Program Description Read to Achieve Grades 6-12 Focus on Students reading on at comprehension, McGraw Hill Education least a 4.5 grade level decoding multisyllabic words, content vocabulary, and fluency in content-area text Text-based collaborative is encouraged al time: Research-based Direct Sequential Mastery-based Gradual release *Read Well K, 1, and 2 Read Well K- Kindergarten Read Well 1-1st and 2 nd graders Read Well 2-2 nd and 3 rd graders RI=Tier 3 Comprehensive literacy curriculum when paired with RW Composition & RW Spelling and Writing al time: RW RW Comp 30 RW Spelling & Writing: 20 Differentiated Mastery-based Description of Specialized Reading Programs: High Incidence

5 Program Targeted Students Program Description Research-based Read Well 3 Grades 3-4 Students reading on at least a 2 nd grade level Reading Success McGraw Hill Education Grades 4-12 Students reading on at least a 3 rd grade level Comprehensive literacy curriculum when paired with RW Composition and RW Spelling Decoding emphasis on higher level and multisyllabic words. Strong comprehension component al time: RW RW Comp 30 RW Spelling & Writing 20 Focus is critical reading comprehension Brief, targeted lessons al time: Foundations/ Level A min/lesson Level B min/lesson Level C min/lesson Daily or 3x per week Differentiated Systematic and Mastery-based Direct Sequential Mastery-based Gradual release

6 REWARDS (Reading Excellence: Word Attack and Rate Development) Intermediate: Grades 4-6 Secondary: Grades 7-12 Description of Specialized Reading Programs: High Incidence Program Targeted Students Program Description Research-based Grades lessons Direct Students whose Targeted strategy reading skills are at for least at a mid-2 nd decoding multisyllabic grade level words Intensive Students who have Gradual release mastered single al time: 60 syllable words and for 6 weeks are ready for multisyllabic or 30 for 12 words weeks REWARDS Plus Grades 7-12 Students who have completed REWARDS Intermediate or Secondary Program Applying strategy learned in the REWARDS program to Social Studies and Science passages Additional strategies include test taking skills, comprehension skills, and written responses al time: 60 or 30 Direct Intensive Gradual release

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