As the author of Reading - You Can Do It Too!, I intended the curriculum to be adaptable to a program's needs and to be taught in any of the tutoring modalities. So let's look at each modality in more detail.
One-on-One tutoring is typical in community-based literacy programs that use volunteers. A volunteer tutor usually meets with one student for two hours. Because many volunteer tutors are unsure about how to frame a tutoring session, Reading - You Can Do It Too! contains a script and detailed instructions for the tutor to use.
Small Group is when a tutor meets with two to five students at the same time. At Reading Works, we have used Reading - You Can Do It Too! in small ESL groups. The tongue twisters, card games, writing exercises work well in a group setting.
Peer Tutoring is when a student's peer -- an inmate in a correction facility for example -- works with the student. The peer tutor can be a solo-act or work in conjunction with a trained volunteer tutor. I intentionally wrote the Instructor Book at the 7th grade level (the Fry Readability Scale) so it could be used in peer tutoring.
I'd love to hear about how you're useing Reading - You Can Do It Too! - Margaret Barker