Sunday, October 14, 2012

Reading Interventions

While browsing on Pinterest, I found this incredible resource from Jen Jones on Teachers Pay Teachers.   (It's free!)  It is a table that pairs a reading problem a teacher may observe with several reading intervention ideas that can address it. 

The ideas are all tried and true strategies we have all probably already used at some point in our teaching careers.  I love this aspect of the document.  We are not reinventing the wheel, we are thinking critically and planning systematically to address a problem.

Click here to check out Jen's If / Then Reading Interventions Menu.

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Gina said...

This is a great blog for all teachers. The interventions that are posted can help students in so many ways. It also is a great resource to use or even print off for the future. I could see myself using this in my future classroom one day to benefit students that are struggling or students with a disability. Thank you so much for the blog post. I would like to throw a question out there to every one: Is there anything anyone could think of that could be added to the chart under the 15 categories (Reading Challenge) on the left or any other strategies (classroom Adaptation) for them that could be added?

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