What is leveled literacy intervention program?
What is it? The Fountas & Pinnell Leveled Literacy Intervention System (LLI) is an intensive, small-group, supplementary literacy intervention for students who find reading and writing difficult. The goal of LLI is to lift the literacy achievement of students who are not achieving grade-level expectations in reading.
Is leveled literacy intervention evidence based?
The What Works Clearinghouse and the National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance (NCEE) found Fountas & Pinnell Leveled Literacy Intervention to have a positive effect on general reading achievement and reading fluency based on a comprehensive review of available evidence.
What tier is LLI?
Fountas and Pinnell Leveled Literacy Intervention
F&P LLI is by far the most commonly used program for Tier 2 and 3 students on the Branching Minds platform; in 2020 it was used to support over 5000 students.
Is LLI a good intervention?
A promising intervention
A review of the research on LLI by the What Works Clearinghouse (2017) determined that, after 12-18 weeks, LLI had positive effects on general reading achievement, potentially positive effects on reading fluency, and no discernible effects on alphabetics for students in grades K-2.
How long should an LLI lesson take?
How long is LLI? LLI Primary systems 12–18 weeks of explicit, direct instruction 30-minutes a day, 5 days a week. Recommended teacher-to-student ratio of 1:3. Systematic intensive work in phonemic awareness, letters, and phonics.
Does LLI work for dyslexia?
This is not to say LLI does not work for kids with dyslexia, but it is saying that we have to be very careful to respond to the individual needs of kids with dyslexia and not waste time trying things out, especially things that have been identified as inappropriate by the authors themselves.”
How many days a week should I do LLI?
How long should an LLI lesson be?
LLI Primary systems:
12–18 weeks of explicit, direct instruction 30-minutes a day, 5 days a week. Recommended teacher-to-student ratio of 1:3. Systematic intensive work in phonemic awareness, letters, and phonics.