Second-Grade Explicit Intervention

Unfortunately, not all students learn to read at the same pace, but with the help of this resource, you can ensure that they all receive the support they need to reach this important goal. Comprised of short literacy activities, these lessons engage children in learning to identify different phonemes, decode multi-syllable words, recognize high frequency words, and fluently read grade-appropriate texts.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Teach these lessons during small group rotations, allowing you to more easily address the specific literacy needs of individual learners
  • Use the different learning activities described in this resource to design intervention lessons that attend to the specific needs of your students
Classroom Considerations

  • Though originally intended as intervention lessons for children with learning disabilities, these materials can be used to develop the reading fluency of any young children
  • The timing off these lessons is very flexible, allowing you to make adjustments to fit your class schedule
Pros

  • A total of six sample lesson plans are included in this resource
  • Clear step-by-step instructions are provided for each of the skill practice activities included in these lessons
  • Each lesson follows a similar format, creating continuity throughout the unit
Cons

  • Supporting materials are not included with the resource, requiring the teacher to use content from their core English language arts curriculum
Included Materials - Join to Access

  • Lesson Plan
  • Teacher Reference
  • Activity