The guiding question of this project is: What is the most effective scope and sequence for a reading academic support curriculum designed for small groups of students in grades three to five? The purpose of the project is to address the critical need for a well-defined scope and sequence for reading academic support teachers. Research that influenced the written scope and sequence includes reading intervention history, elementary students, struggling readers, types of approaches to teaching reading, and three schools of thought regarding teaching reading (Fountas and Pinnell, Orton-Gillingham, and Science of Reading). Integrating this research, the scope and sequence project aspires to create a comprehensive framework for reading interventions. The project's design offers a structured and standardized approach to teaching, grounded in vetted research, and incorporates assessments and progress monitoring to identify individual learning needs and tailor support accordingly.
scope and sequence
Curriculum, Literacy, Reading
Phan, Caitlin, "An Effective Small Group Reading Intervention Scope And Sequence For Students In Grades Three To Five" (2023). School of Education and Leadership Student Capstone Projects. 991.
School of Education Student Capstone Projects