Welcome to the Title One Reading and Math Webpage
To put it simply, Title One Reading and Math is a federally-funded program that allows students in elementary school to benefit from some extra direct instruction in these areas . At Lisbon Regional, students are assessed on their reading and math skills several times throughout the year. When students' scores show areas of concern or when teachers feel extra instruction could benefit a student, then Title One Reading and/or Math may be recommended.It is our goal, as Title One teachers, to assist each of our students in becoming proficient, confident and successful readers and math students who no longer need the extra support we strive to provide.
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Title 1 Teachers
Reading: Mr. Hawkins - email@example.com
Students in the Title One Reading Program meet for 30 minutes on an individual basis or in small groups. Students work on vocabulary skills, reading strategies, comprehension and fluency skills. Some of the known resources that we use in Title One Reading are the Wilson Language Fundations Program, Guided Reading Strategies from Fountas and Pinnell, Strategies from Maria Clay's Reading Recovery Program, Earobics and Read Naturally
Instruction is centered around supplemental materials as well as leveled readers. The goal of the Title One Reading Program is to improve students' reading levels as well as their reading interest levels. Once the classroom teacher and the Title One teacher begin to see significant gains by monitoring the student and the different assessments that they complete, a decision will be made as to whether the student still needs Title One support.
Useful reading links for
Math: Mrs. Myers - firstname.lastname@example.org
Students in the Title One Math Program meet for 30 minutes on an individual basis or in small groups. Students work on counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, fractions, geometry and pre-Algebra skills. Resources we utilize is Everyday Math and interactive math games.
Instruction is centered around supplemental materials. The goal of the Title One Math Program is to improve the students’ math levels as well as their math interest levels. Once the classroom teacher and Title One teacher begin to see significant gains by monitoring the student and the different assessments that they complete, a decision is made as to whether the student still needs Title One support.
Useful math links for practice at home: