In this six-page (tri-fold) laminated guide, Dr. Angel Barrett provides a range of evidence-based Tier 1 and Tier 2 Response To Intervention (RTI) strategies that are targeted to address the educational needs of students who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It identifies the greatest challenges these student face, which include Am Lack of prior background knowledge and experience Am Language deficits, especially in vocabulary and linguistic patterns Am Lack of prior success in school Specific strategies are provided for overcoming each of these challenges and for improving access to the core curriculum. These include backwards lesson planning, pre-teaching, modeling strategies and reasoning aloud, guiding questions, choral reading, and sentence frames. The guide addresses the impact of the Common Core State Standards on students who are socio-economically disadvantaged, including the likelihood that scaffolding will be needed to narrow the proficiency gap, especially in English Language Arts (ELA). It includes an at-risk flowchart that identifies when and how to provide supports to help students with ELA skills such as reading fluency and comprehension and mathematics skills such as computation and problem-solving. Interventions specifically targeting language development in English Language Learners are included as well. Dr. Barrett draws from her extensive experience working with socio-economically disadvantaged youth as a teacher and principal to offers tips for creating a college and career-ready environment and involving parents.Guiding Questions a Throughout the CCSS there is an emphasis on supporting answers with evidence from the text. ... the CCSS include: Authora#39;s purpose: what are some of the words and phrases that the author uses to convey emotion? what genre does the author use to tell the story? ... Students use short-term memory to store information as they read. ... To free memory for content comprehension, students need to read accurately, with automaticity. ... First, students should beanbsp;...
|Title||:||RTI and Socio-Economically Disadvantaged Students|
|Publisher||:||National Professional Resources Inc./Dude Publishing - 2013-01-01|