All About EIG Reading Groups

Early Intervention Group students receive extra reading support as part of a small group.  They receive direct reading instruction in addition to the reading instruction which they receive in their classrooms. Children read a new  book each day and work to learn the strategies that successful readers use to problem solve  difficulties. In addition, the students read two or three familiar books each day for  fluency practice. They work to build a fund of known high frequency words in order to have direct assess to words that require no problem solving. The students learn more about how words work through other reading and writing activities. These skillls can be used to problem solve difficult words when reading continuous text.