K-2 Wilson Fundations Program
Wilson Fundations is a phonological/phonemic awareness, phonics, and spelling program. It includes:

  • Highly qualified staff - Title I teachers or para-educators work with a reading specialist
  • A small group setting - average of three students per group
  • A year-long program - depending on a student's progress and needs
  • A multisensory approach
    • Based on Orton-Gillingham approach
    • Program components vary slightly depending on students' level
    • Students learn:
      • Alphabetical order
      • Letter
      • Dictation (sounds, words, sentences)
      • Keyword-sound
      • Sound drills
      • Trick words
      • Echo/find (letters, words)
      • Word of the day
      • Letter formation
      • Word talk

Grade 1-5 Leveled Literacy Intervention
Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) is a supplementary intervention system that includes systematically designed lessons. LLI supports learning in both reading and writing by helping students expand their knowledge of language and words and how they work. LLI is offered to qualifying students in grades K-5 as needed.

  • Provided by reading specialist
  • Small group setting - average of 4 students/group
  • Yearlong program (depending on student progress/needs)
  • Multisensory approach
    • Reading - familiar & new texts
    • Writing
    • Vocabulary Instruction

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