Non-Consumable Direct Instruction Materials for Older Struggling Readers & ESL Students
Learn more about our research-based direct instruction materials:
Deliver High-Engagement Reading Instruction
Reading Horizons direct instruction materials can be used as the sole mode of instruction for intervention students or as a supplement to software instruction. Direct instruction is beneficial for every intervention student because it offers high-engagement activities that activate many areas of the brain during participation – a key to helping struggling students.
Build Teachers’ Confidence and Skill
Through an easy to follow, scripted guide, teachers can be confident they have taught each skill as explicitly and as succinctly as possible. This helps reduce confusion and helps students quickly grasp each skill.
Provide a Broad Range of Student Activities
Teacher's kits have a wealth of games, exercises, and activities that can be used with each lesson. These activities help students master phonemic awareness and decoding skills then transfer these skills to improve their writing, spelling, vocabulary, grammar, fluency, and comprehension.
Work Effectively One-On-One, in Small Groups, or in a Whole-Class Setting
Although it would be ideal for every struggling reader to receive regular one-on-one instruction from a teacher, it is often more
realistic to provide small-group or whole-class instruction. That is why Reading Horizons direct instruction materials were
created to adjust to any class size or setting.