Tier 2 & 3: Intervention/Universal Access
Tiers 2 and 3 interventions are provided as needed based on student assessments, work samples, and teacher observations. Progress monitoring occurs more frequently and intervention is more intensive and specific.
READING: Understanding the phonics and fluency progression
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Language! connections to the CCSS
Tier 3 Supports are in place for students who are identified through multiple measures of needing intensive instructional support within the literacy measures, i.e., phonemic awareness, decoding, reading fluency, vocabulary development, and comprehension.MEM-6714.0 Literacy Screening for Intensive Instruction in Grades 4-5/6
provides information and guidelines for Tier 3 Intensive Support in the following areas:
Identification and Screening of Students
Developing an Infrastructure
If students require supplemental supports, how am I helping them gain independence from those supports?