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Title IA R180

Title IA R180

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READ 180 
Enterprise Edition
 
Aligns to Title I, Part A
Scholastic Education
 
1
The purpose of 
Title I, Part A – Improving Basic Programs
is to ensure that children in high-poverty schools meet challenging State academic content and student achievement standards.These schools must develop a comprehensive plan to improve teaching and learning. Thefollowing chart shows how
READ 180 Enterprise Edition
can support a schoolwide
Title I 
 program. The criteria are drawn from the Federal
Title I Final Rules and Regulations
posted at:
 
Key Criteria for Title I, Part A Funding
 
READ 180 Enterprise Edition
 
1. Provide opportunities for allstudents to meet the State’sproficient and advanced levels of student academic achievement,particularly in the areas of math,reading/language arts, andscience
READ 180 EE,
a research-based, intensive readingintervention program, significantly increases the readingachievement of struggling students in grades transitionalthree and above. The program’s
 
instruction and practiceactivities align with state standards in the areas of:
Phonemic awareness
Phonics and syllabication
Vocabulary development
Fluency
Comprehension
Spelling
Writing
Grammar, usage, and mechanics
Please visit this website for 
READ 180 
 
EE 
correlations tostate standards:
READ 180 
 
EE 
delivers its reading achievement gainsthrough four core instructional activities:
Individualized instructional software—The
READ 180 
 
EE 
Software provides each student with customizedreading instruction plus continuous assessment of his/her progress. The Software has built-in supports,such as anchor videos that build background knowledgefor reading passages.
Data-driven small-group instruction—Comprehensive
READ 180 
 
EE 
computer-generated reports providedetailed and immediate feedback to identify studentneeds and to inform small-group instruction.
Direct instruction in whole or small groups—Through the
rBook 
   
Teaching System,
READ 180 
 
EE 
equips teachers with a curriculum for teaching phonemicawareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary,comprehension, and writing and grammar.
(continued)
 
READ 180 Enterprise Edition
Alignment to Title I
 
Key Criteria for 
 
READ 180 Enterprise Edition
 Title I, Part A Funding
Provide opportunities for all studentsto meet the State’s proficient andadvanced levels of student academicachievement, Continued
Independent reading—
READ 180 EE 
provides studentswith an independent reading library of leveledPaperbacks and grade-level Audiobooks that areavailable in a variety of literary genres. These includefiction, nonfiction, poetry, classics, and biography.The
READ 180 EE 
Instructional Model provides an effectiveway to organize instruction and classroom activity.
Using the
READ 180 EE 
instructional materials, theteacher begins the day by providing 20 minutes of systematic instruction in reading, writing, and vocabularyto the whole class.
Students break into three small-group rotations, eachlasting for 20 minutes:
o
Teachers use the
rBook 
and
Resources for Differentiated Instruction
to work closely withstudents so that individual needs can be met.
o
Students use the
READ 180 EE 
Softwareindependently, which provides them with intensive,individualized skills practice.
o
Students build fluency and reading comprehensionskills through modeled and independent reading of the
READ 180 EE 
 
Paperbacks and Audiobooks.
The class ends with 10 more minutes of whole-groupinstruction.
READ 180 EE’s
Topic CDs provide instruction within thecontext of cross-curricular areas, such as science, math,social studies, history, and language arts. After reading atopic-related passage with varying degrees of computer support, students work in four areas of the Software:
Reading Zone—The Software provides scaffoldedinstruction and practice of phonics, fluency, vocabulary,and comprehension skills.
Word Zone—Students receive systematic instruction indecoding and word recognition as they buildautomaticity. More than 6,000 words are defined andanalyzed for study.
Spelling Zone—Students practice spelling and receiveimmediate corrective feedback. To complete this Zone,students must spell a minimum of six to twelve newstudy words, depending on their level.
(continued)
Scholastic Education
 
2
 
 
READ 180 Enterprise Edition
Alignment to Title I
 
Key Criteria for 
 
READ 180 Enterprise Edition
 Title I, Part A Funding
Provide opportunities for all studentsto meet the State’s proficient andadvanced levels of student academicachievement, Continued
Success Zone—Students reach the Success Zone onlyafter they have achieved all the requirements of theother Zones and have demonstrated mastery of allwords in the passage. The Success Zone focuses oncomprehension. Students demonstrate oral readingfluency in a final recording.In addition, students in the
READ 180 EE 
program learn andpractice test-taking strategies that help prepare them for standardized tests.2. Address the needs of all studentsin the school, particularly theneeds of low-achieving studentsand those at risk of not meetingthe State’s student academicstandards
READ 180 EE’s
individualized, leveled instruction andpractice activities
 
can raise the achievement of students withvarying abilities and needs, including those who arestruggling and at-risk of not meeting state academicstandards. These include, but are not limited to:
Children from low-income families
Students with disabilities
English-Language Learners
Native Americans
Students attending urban, suburban, and rural schoolsAll students benefit from embedded decoding tips, point-of-use vocabulary definitions, and leveled reading passages.Video clips in the Software and
rBook 
Teaching System helpstudents build background knowledge and develop mentalmodels prior to reading. In addition, a variety of built-infeatures specifically support English-Language Learners andstudents with disabilities:
 
English-Language Learners
The Software delivers language support in Spanish,Hmong, Vietnamese, Cantonese, and Haitian Creole byproviding summaries of the content-area videos andreading passages, as well as “clickable” translations of words in the passages.
Students have ample opportunities to hear modeledreading and to practice reading along with a skillednarrator.
Language support includes pronunciation tips for Spanish speakers.
Students have the ability to slow down or speed up thenarration of the passages.
Teachers receive resources for differentiated instructionthat are designed to meet the unique needs of EnglishLanguage Learners.
(continued)
Scholastic Education
 
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