Second-Grade Comprehension-Based Intervention

This Second-Grade Comprehension-Based Intervention unit also includes:

Help your youngsters find meaning in the text they read with this series of five intervention lessons. Offering explicit, step-by-step instructions for walking children through shared readings of leveled books, these lessons provide learners the extra support they need to begin reading fluently and with understanding.

840 Views 551 Downloads
CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Teach these lessons to small groups of readers so you can focus on the unique needs of individual students
  • Adapt these lessons to a reading of any children's literature or informational text
  • Use the different reading comprehension and vocabulary activities included in this unit to design your own intervention lessons
Classroom Considerations

  • Designed to meet the needs to children with learning disabilities, these lessons can be used to develop the literacy of any students
  • The timing of the lessons is flexible, allowing them to fit into any class schedule
Pros

  • Each lesson follows a regular repeated pattern, establishing continuity throughout the unit
  • Sentence frames and guiding questions are provided throughout the lessons to support children's reading comprehension
Cons

  • Lessons require the teacher to use materials from their school's core language arts curriculum