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Response to Intervention (RTI) and English Learners Making It Happen

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ISBN-10: 0137048904

ISBN-13: 9780137048908

Edition: 2011

Authors: Jana Echevarria, MaryEllen J. Vogt, Deborah J. Short

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List price: $57.85
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Pearson Education Canada
Publication date: 7/18/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 168
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.75" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Preface and Acknowledgements
What is RTI for English Learners?
RTI As An Opportunity
RTI Definition Unpackaged
Assessment and Intervention
Identify Areas of Concern and Monitor Progress
Provide Evidence-based Interventions
Identify Learning Disabilities
RTI Models
Standard Treatment Protocol
Problem-Solving Model
Hybrid Approaches
Making RTI Work
Final Thoughts
For Reflection and Discussion
The Big Picture
Issues Faced by English Learners in School
Language Proficiency
Background Knowledge and Experience
Cultural Values and Norms
Factors Associated with Underachievement
Lack of Qualified Teachers
Inappropriate Teaching Practices
At-Risk School Environments
Factors Associated with Educational Success
High Expectations for All Students
Effective Teaching Practices
Relationships of Respect
RTI and Cultural and Linguistic Diversity
The Important Role of Parents
Why Don't They Come?
What Can We Do?
Parents and RTI
Final Thoughts
For Reflection and Discussion
Tier 1: What is Best Practice for Teaching English Learners
An Overview of Tier 1: Effective Instruction for English Learners
Universal Screening in Tier 1
Progress Monitoring
Challenges in Tier 1 Universal Screening and Progress Monitoring for English Learners
High-Quality Classroom Instruction Making Content Comprehensible for English
Learners: the SIOP Model
Components of the SIOP Model
Lesson Preparation
Research Support for the Lesson Preparation Component
Building Background
Research Support for the Building Background Component
Comprehensible Input
Research Support for the Comprehensible Input Component
Research Support for the Strategies Component
Research Support for the Interaction Component
Practice and Application
Research Support for the Practice and Application Component
Lesson Delivery
Research Support for the Lesson Delivery Component
Review and Assessment
Research Support for the Review and Assessment Component
Uses and Benefits of the SIOP Model
Differentiated Instruction
A Glimpse Into a Classroom with High-Quality Instruction for English Learners
Final Thoughts
For Reflection and Discussion
Tier 2 Interventions for English Learners by Catherine Richards
Using Data to Select Students in Need of Intervention
Curriculum-Based Measurements (CBM)
An Example of a Tier 2 Intervention Process at the Elementary School Level
Grouping Students in Small Groups for Intervention
Conducting Small Group Intervention
Content of Intervention
Methods of Delivering Instruction
Monitoring Student Progress
Reflecting on Data and Making Decisions
Final Thoughts
For Reflection and Discussion
Tier 3 Interventions for English Learners
What is Different About Tier 3?
Identifying a Disability
A Learning Disability is Hard to Define
Distinguishing Disability from Difference
Successful IEP Meetings
Final Thoughts
For Reflection and Discussion
Special Considerations for Secondary English Learners
Literacy Issues for Secondary English Learners
Why Do Secondary English Learners (and Other Students) Struggle with Reading
And Writing
Implementation of RTI for English Learners at the Secondary Level
What Adolescent English Learners Need and Deserve: Effective Tier 1 Instruction
Secondary RTI for English Learners: Putting It All Together
Final Thoughts
For Reflection and Discussion
Successes and Barriers to Effective RTI Implementation
Principles of a Successful RTI Program
Questions to Guide RTI with English Learners
Frequently Asked Questions
Final Thoughts