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 Welcome to Read 180!

The Read 180 day consists of five rotations.  We begin in a teacher led whole group instruction then move to three breakout sessions:  computer rotation, independent reading, and teacher led small group instruction.  Students use an in-class text book called the rBook.  During independent reading, they have access to the READ 180 library containing a variety of leveled books to choose from. The last 10 minutes will be a wrap up session for reflection on the day's learning.


At the computer rotation, students work independently as the software takes them through four zones including the Reading, Spelling, Word, Success, and then the Writing Zone.

How Scholastic defines READ 180:
What is READ 180? READ 180 is a comprehensive reading intervention program designed to meet the needs of students in elementary through high school whose reading achievement is below the proficient level. These struggling readers have deficits in their understanding of the reading process and gaps in their foundational skills. READ 180 is built to address these gaps by directly addressing individual needs through instructional software, high-interest literature, and direct instruction in reading skills.

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