Our Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Teaching resources help teachers, reading specialists and Speech Language Pathologists more effectively meet the instructional and assessment needs of all students, including those who tend to become underserved in language and literacy. They also help convey a linguistic appreciation and consideration of the relationship between spoken (in all of its variation) and written language, and the skills and knowledge critical to literacy development.

Tier 1 Instruction

Announcing UFLI Foundations, an explicit and systematic phonics program designed for primary grades (K-2) core instruction or for intervention for struggling students in any grade.

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The Science of Letter Learning

Emerging science of reading evidence on beginning alphabet instruction has profound implications for improving literacy outcomes for children living in poverty and English Learners.

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Linguistically Responsive Teaching

The Assessment of Literacy and Language (ALL™) is used to evaluate both the emergent literacy skills and language development of prekindergarten, kindergarten, and first-grade children.

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Diagnostic Evaluation of Language Variation™ offers a two-part, individually administered screening test as well as a norm-referenced diagnostic test designed to identify speech and language disorders/delays.

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Students bring powerful linguistic know-how with them to school — the cadences, rhythms, and language patterns of a wide range of varieties of English. LRWI lessons enable teachers to build on this existing knowledge to add new knowledge (Academic Language).

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The Sunform™ Alphabet System is a research-proven pictograph mnemonic phonemic awareness/beginning phonics innovation that rapidly produces kindergarten alphabetic-readiness.

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