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during extra time, and progress is monitored every 10 days. He also stated that level 2 is done in smaller groups. Level 2 is more intensive, and can be conducted in the classroom or outside of the classroom. Level 2 has targeted instruction and progress is also monitored every 10 days. Level 3 is usually held outside of the classroom with no more than three in a group. It is targeted instruction held 4-5 times per week and progress is monitored weekly. Each RTI level is administered to the students differently. Level 1 is with the classroom teacher in a group of 5-7 students. Level 2 is held with the classroom teacher or interventionist usually 3 days per week. The group size is 3-4 students and goals are set and progress is monitored every 10 days. Core plus intervention time is held every 3-4 weeks. Finally, level 3 is a group size no more than 3 and usually students are seen daily. Teachers try to “double dip” students so students get core plus intervention time. Like level 2, goals are set and progress is monitored weekly for 3-4 weeks. When it comes to teachers recording and interpreting information from the RTIs, teachers set goals and monitor progress. They set expectations in growth and chart results and draw trend
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