Camino a la Lectura

 
 

When do I do Tier III Spanish Reading Intervention?

Tier III or Intensive Intervention generally is needed when a student is 2 grade levels below in reading. Camino a la Lectura provides authentic Spanish intervention for struggling readers. Rigorous instruction and practice helps improve students’ reading comprehension and inspire confidence.

Is there assessment to monitor progress and for placement/exit of program

Camino a la Lectura focuses on accelerating students’ acquisition of priority skills in oral language, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension. Camino a la Lectura provides a 3-step plan for assessment:

  • Monitor progress,
  • Evaluate progress
  • Exit the program.

What skills are taught in Camino a la Lectura?

The program provides instruction with a focus on the priority skills of oral language, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension. These skills are delivered in 30-45 minutes lessons 4 times a week, intended for small groups of 2-5 students, and used during group time in a mainstream classroom, as a pull-out intervention program, or as a before or after school program.

What are effective classroom practices used in Camino a la Lectura?

The 10 effective classroom practices used in Camino a la Lectura are:

  • Provide fast-paced, systematic instruction
  • Use explicit instruction
  • Scaffold students' learning
  • Establish routines
  • Provide time for reading
  • Monitor students’ progress
  • Provide immediate corrective feedback
  • Create high expectations
  • Reinforce achievement
  • Encourage self-regulation.
 
 
 

Program Facts

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Badges
  • Digital Courseware
  • 21st Century Learners (P21)
  • Whiteboard Compatible (WBC)
  • English Language Learners (ELL)
  • Response to Intervention (RTI)
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