Intensity and Duration of Instructional Needs
Phonics / Decoding
|Phonemic Awareness For Young Children (K)||Phonemic Awareness For Young Children (K)||.||.||.|
|Sound Reading for Emergent Readers (K-1st)||Sound Reading for Emergent Readers (K-1st)||.||.||.|
|Sound Reading (2nd and up)||Sound Reading (2nd and
|Sound Reading (2nd and
Read Naturally (1st-9th)
|Language! (3rd-12th)||Language! (3rd-12th)
|Language! (3rd-12th)||Language! (3rd-12th)||Language! (3rd-12th)|
Note: () denotes approximate grade levels
Awareness in Young Children — a program designed to
stimulate the development of children’s linguistic/phonemic
awareness in a way that cognitively prepares them to read and write.
The activities address the following areas: Listening Games,
Rhyming, Words & Sentences, Awareness of Syllables, Initial &
Final Sounds, Phonemes, Introducing Letters & Spellings. A
program assessment component is included.
Sound Reading Solutions
— a systematic speech-based approach to developing phonemic and
phonological awareness, sound/symbol relations, and fluency of
pre-reading and basic reading skills. Designed for emerging and
struggling readers of all ages, the programs may be used with a whole
class, in small groups, or for individual tutoring. Means-to-an-End
Readers and a CD are additional components of the program.
Read Naturally — a
program designed to improve a student’s reading fluency. It provides
students with repeated graded passage reading opportunities at their
instructional level. It utilizes the learning strategies of teacher
modeling, repeated reading, and progress monitoring.
— is a language-based success-oriented, direct instruction program.
This method instructs students in the three-part drill (visual,
auditory, and blending), syllabication patterns for decoding and
encoding, advanced spelling techniques, a reciprocal teaching method
for reading comprehension, and multisensory techniques for sight
Language! — a comprehensive intervention that develops literacy skills sequentially and cumulatively in the areas of reading, composition, reading comprehension, vocabulary, spelling, morphology, and grammar. Specific steps in the daily lessons include: Teaching Phonemic Concepts, Phonemic Awareness Drills, Phoneme-Grapheme Correspondences, Syllabication, Word Recognition/Spelling, Text Reading Comprehension, Writing, English/Language Arts, and Homework. A program assessment component and J & J Readers are included. Numerous supplemental materials are available.