Events Tuesday, Jul 24 - Friday, Nov 16

Leveled Literacy Intervention Training (Grades 3-12)

University Hall, 1815 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge MA 02140

2018-07-24T12:30:00Z 2018-11-16T20:30:00Z UTC Leveled Literacy Intervention Training (Grades 3-12) Leveled Literacy Intervention is a small-group, supplementary literacy intervention for the lowest-achieving students in grades 3–12. University Hall, 1815 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02140 Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative

Dates: July 24-26 and November 14-16, 2018
(8:30 a.m.–3:30 pm..)

Using the Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) Red System (grade 3), Gold System (grade 4), Purple System (grade 5), and Teal System (grades 6-12), this training will provide you with an introduction to an effective literacy intervention for struggling readers in the intermediate, middle, and upper grades.

In this 6-day training, you will learn rationales and procedures for high-impact lessons that engage students' attention and thinking and help them read increasingly challenging text levels successfully. Three types of lessons — standard, novel, and test preparation — are used at each level to help students improve comprehension, vocabulary, fluency, and word solving strategies.

Topics Covered

  • Engaging students in the novel study lesson sequence
  • Understanding the odd and even standard lesson framework and using the optional test preparation lessons
  • Understanding fiction and nonfiction texts and analyzing text characteristics
  • Teaching for vocabulary development, fluency and a deep understanding of texts
  • Teaching for writing about reading

To participate in this training, you must be using the Red, Gold, Purple, or Teal LLI Systems with at least 1 group of 3 students, 5 days a week, for 18 weeks. You must attend all 6 days of training.

Cost and Registration (LLI 3–12)

Training Cost Discounts
$1,950 10%: Literacy Collaborative network

Register here. 

Please purchase your LLI System (Red, Gold, Purple, and Teal) from Heinemann Publishers prior to the training.

Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative