Primary LLI Presentation

Report
Your Support Team
Lakshmi Valdes
Mirna Dunn, Norma Hernandez, Diane Kenyon and Tabatha Kirby
Green Kit
LLI KIT
Lesson Overview
Green Kit
Green Kit Levels A-J
Review of Your Resources
At Risk Criteria
Who Would You Serve?
First Grade Teachers- You will use the LLI lessons during Guided Reading as your core
instruction with your three or four lowest students.
■Any general education student that are not on level 4 (D) at this time of
the school year will be served with the LLI kit.
■Any native english speaker in a dual language classroom that are not on
a level 3 (C) at this time of year will be served with the LLI kit.
This will be consider as the integration of core instruction and intervention for RTi.
When do I serve them?
Dual Language Teachers
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LLI kit Intervention will be provided on the English days only: LLI system supports the “Balanced
Literacy” components in a deeper and differentiated level to increase students’ English reading
skills.
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During the Spanish days, the interventions in Spanish will support the “Balanced Literacy”
components in a deeper and differentiated level to increase students’ Spanish reading skills.
We will talk about the Spanish Intervention on November 18th
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Cross Linguistic Connections
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El sisteme de lectura
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Continuo de adquisicion de la lectoescritura
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New Spanish intervention! SIL- El Sistema de la Intervención de Lectura
The Lesson
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LLI lessons include reading, writing, phonics and word
study, and the extensive use of oral language throughout.
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There are three types of lesson structures in the system:
1.
2.
3.
Getting started lesson
Odd-numbered lessons
Even number lessons
Getting Started Lesson
✱ Rereading
First Ten Lessons
✱ Phonics
✱ Reading new book with several levels of support
✱ Writing about reading
✱ Letter/Word Work
Let’s look at a getting started lesson
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Reread the Book (5 minutes)
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Phonics Word Study (5 minutes)
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Rhyming Picture Cards
Alphabet Linking Chart (Video)
Let’s look at a getting started lesson
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New Book (15 Minutes)
✱ Let’s look at the instructions on page 21:
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Read to: Introduce the new Lapbook to the children, encouraging them to use
information from the pictures, as well as their own experience, to talk about the
text
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Read with: Here you find specific suggestions to scaffold the child’s use of the
meaning, language, and visual information in print as you read the Lapbook with
the children.
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Read by: in this section, you give the children the small book and use shared
reading to have children read the book with you.
Let’s look at a getting started lesson
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Writing About Reading: 10 minutes
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You engage the students in composition sentences to write about the
new book using interactive writing. During interactive writing share
the pen with the children at selected points.
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Read page 22. With your partner talk about one or two strategies that
you notice.
Let’s look at a getting started lesson
✱ Letter/Word Work: 5 minutes
✱ You guide children in some quick “hand on” word work.
You will find a visual showing the materials used in the
teaching. You will also find suggestions for teaching the
children about letters and words.
Let’s look at a getting started lesson
✱ Assessing Reading and Writing Behaviors:
✱ This section provides suggestions for observational
assessments across the lesson or additional
assessments tips if you find they are needed.
There are two kinds of lessons:
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Odd -Numbered Lessons
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Even-Numbered Lessons
Odd-Numbered Lessons
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The first day, an odd-numbered lesson- such as 11,13,15,17- is for the
introduction of a new instructional level book. The focus is on reading,
discussion of meaning, and phonics and word work.
1.
Rereading the book (5 minutes)
2.
Phonics/Word Work (5 minutes)
3.
New Book at the instructional level (15 minutes)
4.
Letter/Word Work (5 minutes)
Even-Numbered Lessons
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The second day is an even number lessons (such as 12,14,16,18,20) offers the introduction of
a new independent level book for the child.
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The focus in on writing to extend the meaning of books as well as to achieve a close look at
print, letters, and sounds, phonics and word work, and on fluency.
1.
Rereading the book and assessment (5 minutes)
2.
Phonics/Word Work (5 minutes)
3.
Writing About Reading (15 minutes)
4.
New Book (two instructional levels below-read it and take home) (5 minutes)
5.
Letter/Word Work--optional
Put on your Detective Hat
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With a partner, scan lesson 31 and 32
pages 185 to 196 from the Green
System.
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Discuss the strategies used in each of
the components of the lesson.
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Use the following organizer to write
down your findings and be ready to
share
Lesson
Professional Development CD
Green Kit
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What is LLI and Who is it For? (7 minutes)
Program Components Components of LLI (2 ½ minutes)
Let’s Get Started
✱ Look at your DRA/ Running Records Data
✱ Select the group of students that will be receiving LLI
Kit interventions.
✱ Identify the lessons and books that you want to use

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