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Leveled Literacy Intervention

Leveled Literacy Intervention (Teaching Struggling Readers K-2 and 3-8) focuses on implementing a small group intervention for students who find reading and writing difficult to learn. Children selected for LLI are the lowest achievers who are not currently receiving a one-on-one intervention such as Reading Recovery.

Irene Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell have developed an intervention model that can be implemented in any school. A teacher works with three students for a period of 18 weeks with the goal of bringing them to grade level. It is designed to supplement a good classroom literacy program and Reading Recovery as part of a comprehensive literacy approach.

K-2 Columbus, OH:
3-8 Columbus, OH:

Begin registration process online.

Professional Development Brochure (PDF).

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