Science of Reading

Savvas myView Literacy:
Grounded in the Science of Reading

The ability to read, and read well, opens doors throughout life. Ensure that your students develop the foundational skills and comprehension strategies that they need for success. myView Literacy™ is grounded in the science of reading and comprehensively covers—through explicit and systematic instruction—each of the evidence-based skills that students need to read effectively: phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension.

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What Is the Science of Reading?

How children learn to read is one of the most extensively researched topics in education. The science of reading is a comprehensive collection of that research, indicating students need explicit instruction on critical elements. myView Literacy was developed using this research to ensure children have the opportunity to reach their full potential.

 

What Does Instruction Based on the Science of Reading Include?

 

Science of Reading Chart

Graphic based on H.S. Scarborough’s Rope Model of Reading. (2001)

Explicit and Systematic Instruction

Includes established beneficial routines of modeling, practice, feedback, and structured opportunities for review and application

 

Differentiation
 

Meets the various needs of learners, including students with dyslexia and other challenges, using organized and deliberate instruction

 

Multisensory/
Multimodal Learning

Incorporates opportunities to use multiple stimuli, such as visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and tactile

 
 

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Continuum of Resources

*Additional options to enhance your myView classroom.

 

The Experts Agree –
myView Literacy Supports the Science of Reading

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myView Literacy Supports the Science of Reading

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myView Literacy Supports the Science of Reading

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myView Literacy Supports the Science of Reading

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