Doak-Save the Children Literacy Tutor (#1649801)
The following statements help to clarify the job responsibilities of a Literacy Tutor.
Afterschool and Summer Tutors: Assist with the implementation of the Developing Reader Literacy Block. • Work with the Program Coordinator to plan and/or implement an established plan for appropriate activities during literacy programming • Implement either guided independent reading practice or daily read-alouds and fluency-building activities during the afterschool and summer programs • Participate in all trainings related to the school-aged programs component area you will be implementing • Assist with organizing the AR library, if appropriate • Work with Program Coordinator to plan literacy activities that you will be implementing, as needed • Incorporate one hour of planning time into weekly schedule to prepare for programming • Address individual children’s needs under the guidance of the Program Coordinator • Assist in administering pre- and post-STAR Reading™, STAR Early Literacy™, tutorials and emergent reader modules assessments, as appropriate • Submit group attendance to the Program Coordinator as designated by program policy
In-School tutors: Assist in the implementation of in-school direct services. • Work with identified struggling readers in grades 2-6 who would benefit from small group assistance during guided independent reading practice and/or with tutorials • Work with identified struggling emergent readers in kindergarten and first grade who would benefit from small-group assistance during reading together activities, and selected emergent reader module activities • Participate in all trainings related to the components of the in-school support you will be implementing • Assist in administering pre- and post-STAR Reading™, STAR Early Literacy™ tutorials and emergent reader modules assessments, as appropriate • Submit group attendance to the Program Coordinator as designated by program policy