HMH (Scholastic) Programs

Understanding Lexiles PowerPoint

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Scholastic Programs

LSD S44-R180 Entry-Exit Criteria 2014-15

Helpful READ 180 Next Generation Links  (Downloadable)                Helpful READ 180 Next Generation Links (PDF)

iRead Resources Phonological AwarenessiRead: iRead provides targeted instruction and ongoing practice in phonological awareness, alphabet knowledge, phonics, decoding, word recognition, fluency, and morphological awareness – ensuring mastery of foundational reading by the end of the second grade. Born from the Common Core State Standards, iRead’s scope and sequence moves as a continuous set of 311 topics from kindergarten to second grade, allowing for differentiated placement, adaptive instruction, and ongoing practice for children who are below, on, and above grade level. Recommended Lexile reading levels: Beginning Reader thru 300.

iRead Downloadables

iRead provides supplemental resources and downloadable resources. Select the following thumbnails to preview some of these resources:

System 44: System 44® was designed for our most challenged older, struggling readers (those reading at BR–400 Lexiles in elementary; BR-600 Lexiles in secondary). Intentionally metacognitive, System 44 helps students understand that the English language is a finite system of 44 sounds and 26 letters that can be mastered. The program invites students to unlock this system and join the community of readers. Through a combination of teacher-led and software-based instruction, students are guided along a systematic path from phonemic awareness to fluent reading. Multiple points of entry allow students to work at the appropriate level based on their performance on the Scholastic Phonics Inventory (SPI). Recommended Lexile reading levels: Beginning Reader thru 400/600 (Elementary/Secondary)

READ 180: READ 180® Next Generation is a comprehensive system of curriculum, instruction, assessment, and professional development proven to raise reading achievement for struggling readers. Originally developed by Dr. Ted Hasselbring and his team at Vanderbilt University, READ 180 is now the most thoroughly researched reading intervention program in the world. Hundreds of studies, five peer-reviewed journals, and the federal government’s What Works Clearinghouse have all documented READ 180’s effectiveness. Designed for students reading two or more years below grade level, READ 180 leverages adaptive technology to personalize instruction for students and provide powerful data for differentiation to teachers. Respectful of students of all ages, READ 180 is available in three stages, each with unique, age-appropriate content. Recommended Lexile reading levels: 400-900. Educator Community.

Teacher profile: Dynamic teacher skilled at motivating and accelerating at-risk students. Essential skills: computer literacy, organization, understanding of social, academic, and behavioral challenges, routine oriented, ability to modify instruction and student grouping, and multi-task.

Expert SpaceExpert Space: Expert Space® is an easy-to-use online destination for students to analyze, evaluate, and gather information and develop research skills. This 24/7 resource also supports the Common Core State Standards in Literacy, History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects. Recommended Lexile reading levels: 500-1100. Expert Space Informational Video (Log in through

Expert 21: Expert 21® is an English Language Arts program created from the ground up and based on the foundational research and working drafts of the Common Core State Standards. Expert 21 prepares students for the literacy demands of the 21st Century through a powerful combination of contemporary and relevant literature and literary nonfiction, real-world writing and research opportunities, classroom discussion prompts, and supportive technology. Recommended Lexile reading levels: 650-1100

English 3D: Developed with Dr. Kate Kinsella, the nation’s leading scholar on instruction and achievement of secondary English learners, English 3D is a language development program designed to ensure proficiency in the “language of school”—the academic vocabulary, speaking, listening, and writing vital to success in school and life. Recommended Lexile reading levels: 650-1100

Teacher profile: Dynamic teacher with ability to solicit responses in a structured environment.

TrueFlix: TrueFlix™ is the only online resource that leverages the award-winning True Books content to help students hone literacy skills, build knowledge of subject-area content, and cultivate 21st Century skills through the inquiry process.

Freedom Flix: Featuring dynamic e-books of the Children’s Press best-selling Cornerstones of Freedom series that include embedded popup features such as maps, timelines, virtual tour clips, primary source videos and audio clips history comes to life with FreedomFlix!
Freedom Flix Demo

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