No matter what you call it--Universal Access, Intervention, a Re-Teaching Cycle, or something else--one of the most important parts of teaching is ensuring our students have the support they need to master standards. I've integrated a Universal Access block in my class' schedule, and it's quickly become one of my favorite parts of the school day. During the 30-minute block of time, I re-teach standards that the whole class needs to review, meet with small groups, and do one-on-one intervention with students who need it. It can feel sometimes feel overwhelming to track the standards your students haven't quite mastered, but this resource makes the process simple and straightforward!
This easy-to-use resource includes instructions for how to structure a Universal Access time in your classroom, recording sheets to track which standards need to be re-taught, and several Must-do, May-do menus for independent work.
Included in this packet, you will find:
*3 binder cover options (Universal Access, Intervention, and Re-Teaching Cycle, depending on what you like to call it in your classroom)
*3 pages of instructions for how to plan and manage a daily Universal Access time
*A weekly planner for re-teaching
*1 page for recording standards that need to be re-taught in a whole group setting
*1 page for recording standards that need to be re-taught in a small group setting
*1 page for organizing small groups
*1 page for recording standards that need to be re-taught one-on-one
*1 page for organizing lists of students that need one-on-one intervention
*3 Must-do, May-do menu options for students (including 1 blank form)
I hope this helps you in your classroom!