Reading

Responsive Reading Instruction

In Responsive Reading Instruction, a reading intervention published by Sopris West, teachers use a variety of strategies to develop students’ understanding and skills in phonemic awareness, the alphabetic principle, letter-sound correspondence, sight word recognition, decoding, and spelling. RRI also uses a Supported Reading component to assist student as they develop accurate and fluent text reading and become strategic in their comprehension. Watch this clip for a sample of “Teaching Comprehension in Text”, one of the activities in Responsive Reading Instruction. For more information on Responsive Reading Instruction, please visit http://www.sopriswest.com

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