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Why Students Struggle: Perception vs. Reality. The Reading Intervention Specialists. Providers of Scientifically-based Instructional Materials and Professional Development. Publisher of the Sonday System Product Line: A multisensory approach to literacy.
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Why Students Struggle: Perception versus Reality

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The Reading Intervention Specialists Providers of Scientifically-based Instructional Materials and Professional Development.

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Publisher of the Sonday System Product Line: A multisensory way to deal with education. Master proficient advancement supplier, supporting the utilization of the Sonday System items. Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights saved.

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Anatomy of Perception States Test for Vocabulary and Comprehension. A few understudies score low on State Vocabulary and Comprehension Tests. Issue was thought to be in Vocabulary and Comprehension. Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights saved.

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Perception & Consequence Struggling Students require more guideline in Vocabulary and Comprehension Strategies. Therefore, instructors have been very much prepared in Vocabulary and Comprehension Strategies and can show them well. Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights held.

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Reality Struggling Readers are lacking in the underpinnings of Vocabulary and Comprehension. - Source: National Reading Panel Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights saved.

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Underpinnings Phonological Awareness Phonics Automaticity Fluency Each of these abilities should be set up for understudies to achieve their maximum capacity in Vocabulary and Comprehension. Source: National Reading Panel Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights held.

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More Fluent Readers Focus their consideration on making associations between the thoughts in the content and their experience information. In this manner, they can concentrate on perception. Source: National Reading Panel Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights held.

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Less Fluent Readers Must center their consideration essentially on unraveling singular words. In this manner, little consideration is left to comprehend the content. Source: National Reading Panel Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights saved.

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The Goal: Independent Comprehending Readers with Underpinnings Secure Teachers are happy with showing Vocabulary and Comprehension aptitudes. Educators are less open to instructing the supporting abilities. Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights saved.

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Solution: Sonday System Has worked in layout for instructing supporting aptitudes (PA, Phonics, Automaticity, Fluency). Gives time in the lesson get ready for Vocabulary and Comprehension hone. Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights held.

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The Template: 6 Steps Read Sounds Spell Sounds Read Words Spell Words Introduce New Material Read Aloud 1 2 Teach Underpinnings 3 4 Teach New Material 5 6 Apply & Practice what\'s been found out Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights saved.

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Template: Read Sounds Phonics Automaticity (rapidly & precisely) Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights saved.

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Template: Spell Sounds Phonemic Awareness Phonics Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights saved.

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Template: Read Words Phonics Blend known sounds into words naturally Automaticity Response is fast & exact Vocabulary Direct & Indirect Instruction (check for definitions, setting, numerous implications, and so on.) Comprehension Practice at word level Eases move to sentence level. Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights saved.

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Template: Spell Words Phonemic Awareness Phonics Fluency Read and compose sentences with prosody (pitch, lumping, stating, brisk & exact) Vocabulary Direct & Indirect Instruction (check for definitions, setting, different implications, and so on.) Comprehension Practice at sentence level facilitates move to book level. Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights held.

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Template: Steps 1-4 in Lesson Plan rehashed Phonemic Awareness Phonics Automaticity (prompts familiarity) Vocabulary Comprehension Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights held.

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Template: Read Aloud Time in lesson for Comprehension and Vocabulary Practice Phonemic Awareness Blend sounds to maintain words Phonics Apply tenets to peruse words naturally Fluency Read with prosody to show meaning Vocabulary Direct & Indirect Instruction (check for definitions, setting, numerous implications, and so forth.) Comprehension All supporting abilities set up permits opportunity for cognizance at content level. Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights held.

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Successful Models Include: Quality Core Program. Mediation Instruction in little gatherings. Concentrated Intervention for little rate who require it. Devices to execute intercession. Upgraded Teacher aptitudes to execute display. Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights held.

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Successful: 3 Tier Reading Model TIER 1 Core Instruction: Quality perusing direction in view of SBRR for all understudies. Decreases the quantity of understudies at-hazard for perusing issues. Level 2 Supplemental Intervention: Small gathering direction. Addresses fundamental perusing aptitudes for understudies not gaining sufficient ground with center perusing program. Decreases the quantity of understudies needing escalated mediation. Level 3 Intensive Intervention: Small Group and One-to-One Instruction. Expands force and length for understudies demonstrating an absence of satisfactory advance in Tiers 1 and 2. CBM Progress Monitoring between all levels IF PROGRESS IS INADEQUATE, MOVE TO THE NEXT LEVEL. Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights held.

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Effective Intervention: The Sonday System TIER 2 Supplemental Intervention TIER 3 Intensive Intervention TIER 1 Core Instruction Schools utilizing Sonday System as a supplement to a Core perusing program in Grades K-6 have enormously lessened referrals to Special Education in the higher evaluations. Multisensory showing techniques keep the requirement for extra support in TIERs 2 & 3. The Sonday System sparkles in TIER 2. Educators, Paraprofessionals, and Tutors are prepared to work with little gatherings to upgrade fundamental aptitudes that advance familiarity and perception development. The Sonday System is profoundly viable in TIER 3. Exceptional Intervention is the setting in which the Sonday strategies were idealized. Educators and Tutors are given the instruments and preparing to expand understudy accomplishment by applying indicative perusing strategies in their classroom. Advance observing tracks understudy advance. Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights saved.

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The Sonday System is: Ideally suited for little gathering direction Systematic, unequivocal, consecutive and combined Uses multisensory practice to concrete learning into long haul memory Easy to utilize – Easy to duplicate Student driven Based on the Orton-Gillingham approach Seamless with well known Progress Monitoring Programs (AIMSweb, DIBELS) Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights held.

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Training : On-going Professional Development Goal: Practical information of how to apply intercession in little gatherings. Each educator will be demonstrated to : Use, with constancy, the Sonday System, a deductively based proficiency program. Fuse best practices into every lesson, expanding understudy proficiency aptitudes. Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights held.

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Winsor Learning: Proven Successful Training Model first year of preparing: Initial preparing On-going in classroom guiding Online bolster Phone conference Reporting to class/region organization Progress checking incorporation Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights held.

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Results: We Partner with your District Goals Your Goal: Reduce % of referrals to Special Education South Alleghany 38% percent referrals to a custom curriculum in 2002-2003 in evaluations k-3. Following one year of the Winsor Learning/Sonday System program, 3% referral rate to a custom curriculum in 2003-2004. Execute Response to Intervention Allentown Public Schools – Significant increases with DIBELS Core Special Education Program Caldwell County – 28% Average Gain in Reading Grades 1-5 Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights saved.

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Be The Next Successful Model Winsor Learning has helped 1000\'s of schools accomplish their scholarly objectives. You can be the one that has the effect. Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights saved.

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Contact Us 1-800-321-7585 www.winsorlearning.com Copyright 2009 Winsor Learning, Inc. All rights saved.

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