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MTSS & Reading: The Middle School Connection

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Multi-Tier Systems of Support (MTSS) is a proven, research-based, problem-solving process to help struggling learners succeed. Having been effectively implemented in many elementary schools in recent years, MTSS is gaining popularity as a systematic way to address the needs of underachieving students who are struggling with reading at the middle school level. This reference guide is designed to provide educators with critical information about MTSS as a framework for reading instruction in middle school, and give teachers practical techniques to implement within the general education classroom.

Sections include: 

  • Understand Reading in Middle School
  • Understanding the MTSS Framework
  • Reading & Language
  • Tier 1: Reading in the Content Area
  • Tier 2: Targeted Instruction
  • Tier 3: Intensive & Specialized Instruction
  • Word Reading Techniques
  • Fluency Techniques
  • Vocabulary Techniques
  • Comprehension Techniques
  • Motivation Techniques

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