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Literacy intervention HELP

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by amyhowell19, Mar 1, 2016.

  1. amyhowell19

    amyhowell19 New commenter

    Hi all
    Im after some advice from you wonderful people. We are at a point where we want to choose a new literacy intervention. We currently use FFT but don't seem to be getting to results for the amount of money we are spending.
    We are now looking into ELS, reading recover or Precision teaching ( I know this can be use for maths as well) Have you got any experience of these? which would you recommend?
    amy
    ( senco)
     
  2. acthell

    acthell New commenter

    Precision teaching all the way. Depending on your setting look at the 5 minute boxes too
     
  3. jade_dragon

    jade_dragon New commenter

    Programmes based on whole language and multicueing approaches fostering guessing (rather than decoding) have been widely discredited by current scientific evidence, as best explained by the International Foundation for Effective Reading Instruction. The Position Statement by Learning Difficulties Australia has listed the programmes which they recommend (and those that they don't) with corresponding explanation. The Spelfabet blog, run by a speech pathlogist, also has a list of recommended classroom resources which you can peruse to see would work best in your context.
     

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