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    Re: Reading interventions
    Amber 1.5

    I do interventions at my school and we were a pilot school
    for a fluency game called flash fluency 10 - 10 - 10. There
    are different levels for different ages from K to upper
    elementary. I've used them all and they have recently been
    put up at the positive engagement project for free download.
    It's not a computer based program, but a system where the
    students have to master x amounts of sight words and academic
    vocabulary. It was very successful for our intervention
    kids; you may want to give it a look.

    On 3/30/11, Bill wrote:
    > I have some students who are not responding to small group
    > interventions in Language Arts. Our school uses Storytown.
    > I do the small group interventions with them. What else do
    > I need to do within the program? Am I using Storytown
    > incorrectly? How do others use it to support struggling
    > learners?
    > Bill