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Tier 3 Reading


Tier 3 support plans are designed in a unique and specific manner with the goal of addressing the individual student’s specific needs. Often with reading interventions, a new intervention program is not started at tier 3. Rather, the individual problem solving to address the specific needs of the student includes increasing the intensity of the critical features of tier 2 interventions (e.g., smaller group, increased instructional time, opportunities to practice, frequency of feedback, frequency of progress monitoring). These plans often include a combination of specific reading intervention and behavioral strategies.

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