Students with multiple levels of complex instructional needs, who all reside in a single classroom, require differentiated phonics instruction. Readtopia provides you the capacity to differentiate your instruction by choosing from Learning Letters, Making Words Lessons, Making Words—Independent Lessons, and Word Study Lessons. You have the freedom, support, and modification strategies to successfully and simultaneously, address the needs of the varying student ability levels in your classroom.
This chart is a suggestion of what lessons will support your students’ ability level.
|Middle School / High School Students||Upper Elementary Students|
|Emergent Learners||Learning Letters||Learning Letters|
|Transitional Learners||Making Words||Making Words|
|Conventional Learners||Word Study||Making Words—Independent Phonics Instruction|
To learn more about Learning Letters, Making Words, and Making Words—Independent, click the headers under Alphabet / Phonics Instruction.
Word Study Lessons are aimed at meeting the instructional needs of your Conventional level students. They are designed to further students’ ability to decode fluently and to stimulate language curiosity as they:
The Word Study Lessons are located within each Readtopia unit. These lessons are specific to each unit.