programs
literacy intervention

The ultimate goal of the program is for the students to become confident enough in their own literacy learning abilities.

The role of the Literacy Intervention Teacher/s is to develop and implement a program to improve the fundamental reading and writing skills of students identified as “ below expected level”.  The teacher is also responsible for supporting the classroom teachers with their “at risk” students.

The program is designed to help all participating students become confident and competent readers and writers. The program focuses on a range of literacy components such as; phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, comprehension, spelling, capitalisation, punctuation and grammar.

 

 

 

The intervention sessions involve intense 1:1 and small group teaching and learning practices.  The content of the program is based on the individual needs of the students.  The structure of the program enables each student, to develop their literacy skills as they are developmentally ready.

The ultimate goal of the program is for the students to become confident enough in their own literacy learning abilities to build on their existing skills by making connections to their future literacy learning.

 

 

Find out what has been happening in the Literacy Intervention area by going to our Specialist area Newsletters Page.