Rite Flight Training

Special Education Teachers, Classroom Teachers, and Dyslexia Teachers

Are fluency and comprehension missing from your explicit instruction?

Fluency

Rite Flight: A Classroom Reading Rate Program is a curriculum written by the staff of the Luke Waites Center for Dyslexia & Learning Disorders at Scottish Rite for Children. Rite Flight: Rate equips teachers and reading specialists to help students increase their reading rate and fluency.

 

Rite Flight: Rate was designed to be a Tier II intervention for use by classroom teachers, reading specialists, and special education teachers with first through eighth-grade students. It can be used as supplemental or intervention instruction for individuals, small groups, or the whole classroom.

 

When used as a supplement, Rite Flight: Rate should be integrated into a core reading program to adequately address fluency. As a fluency component of primary grade reading remediation and instruction, Rite Flight: Rate should be introduced early in the course of instruction in letter-sound recognition and should not be delayed until after phonics has been taught.

 

The program can be used in conjunction with a variety of core reading curricula that employ evidence-based components in phonemic awareness and phonics. Rite Flight: Rate may be used for more intensive instruction within the framework of a Response-to-Intervention (RTI) model.

 

Rite Flight: Rate differs from standard reading fluency instruction by using a method of instruction designed to promote the recognition of letter clusters within words. Students follow a repeated reading schedule that introduces the same words in isolation, in phrases, and finally in stories.

 

Rite Flight: Rate is not intended to be used in place of a comprehensive intervention for students identified with dyslexia, as it addresses only one component of reading.

 

SOURCE:  SCOTTISH RITE FOR CHILDREN, DALLAS, TEXAS
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Comprehension

Rite Flight: A Classroom Comprehension Program is a curriculum written by the staff of the Luke Waites Center for Dyslexia & Learning Disorders at Scottish Rite for Children. Rite Flight: Comprehension equips teachers and reading specialists to more effectively teaching reading comprehension.

 

Rite Flight: Comprehension may be integrated into a core reading program as a supplement to more completely address reading comprehension. It is designed to be a Tier II intervention for use by classroom teachers, reading specialists, or special education teachers with first through eighth-grade students as a tool for intensified comprehension intervention for struggling readers. Rite Flight: Comprehension may be used with individual students, small groups, or the whole classroom.

 

The instructional strategies of Rite Flight: Comprehension may serve as a component of intensified reading instruction within the framework of a Response-to-Intervention (RTI) model. The decision to use the curriculum as an intervention for struggling readers should be guided by an evaluation of possible causes of reading comprehension problems.

 

Rite Flight: Comprehension is not intended to be used in place of a comprehensive intervention for students identified with dyslexia, as it addresses only one component of reading.

 

SOURCE:  SCOTTISH RITE FOR CHILDREN, DALLAS, TEXAS

Details

When:

 

Saturday: January 29, 2022, or April 23rd, 2022

 

    • 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  – Rite Flight: A Classroom Reading Rate Program Training
    • 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.  – Rite Flight: A Classroom Comprehension Program Training

 

There is an option to attend both trainings or just one training.

Cost:

 

$230 per training program (cost includes $115 for materials)

 

Space is Limited (for larger groups submit a Contact Form for more information)

 

Please note: No refunds will be issued, only a credit for future training will be given.

Where:

 

THE LEARNING LOFT

The Written Word

Center for Dyslexia and Learning

319 S. Naperville Road, Suite 201

Wheaton, IL 60187

MEET THE INSTRUCTOR

Tara Chapman | The Written Word Dyslexia and Learning

Tara’s Credentials

The registration deadline is one week prior to the training start date.

CONTACT US

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