Achieve3000: KidBiz3000 & TeenBiz3000 combined, form a supplemental, web-based literacy program in vocabulary, comprehension, fluency, and writing for students in grades 2-12. KidBiz3000 is for students in grades 2-5 and TeenBiz3000 is for students in grades 6-12. The programs provide practice reading nonfiction text and include extension activities designed to address vocabulary, reading comprehension, a relevant math problem, and written output.
At the initial log-in for each student he or she automatically takes a pre-test called LevelSet. LevelSet is an assessment unique to KidBiz3000 and TeenBiz3000. It requires students to read text, answer comprehension questions and then it calculates the Lexile® reading level. After the placement test, students begin the five step process of the 40 minute session. During Step 2 of the five step process, students read a news article. All students in the same grade receive the same news article to read, but the Lexile level of the article has been adjusted for successful independent reading by each student.
Capstone Digital: myON reader Capstone Digital partnered with MetaMetrics to build the myON reader assessment engine that enables student reading ability to be reported as a Lexile measure. Lexile measures in myON reader support differentiated instruction by allowing teachers to assign books and other materials targeted to students’ unique ability levels that will provide the right amount of challenge to promote reading growth. They also help students take more responsibility for their reading progress—from the initial placement test to the subsequent benchmark quizzes—by encouraging independent reading and allowing them to track their growth through a trajectory report that can also be accessed by teachers and parents.
“Engaging English” is a premium reading service that helps English language learners read and improve more effectively. Using Lexile Measures, the standard for matching readers with texts, Engaging English promotes extensive, high-quality reading practice for better improvement of reading skill over time. Convenient, integrated assessments provide immediate feedback to gradually increase the difficulty of readings as the reader's skill improves. Dynamic reports and challenges help readers manage their practice and monitor progress toward their reading goals. Engaging English makes reading practice more effective, fun, and convenient! Take a tour or try now for free.
EdGate: Total Reader (TR) is a tool for measuring and improving a student's reading levels from grades 3-12. This application is web-based and requires no software installation on a school server or local computer.
Students choose and read age-appropriate Lexiled passages, each with a series of omitted words, called cloze items. For each omitted word (which is representative of the text's overall Lexile measure), the student sees four possible substitutions; by clicking a word, the student fills in the text and can continue reading. The cloze item is presented within the context and flow of the reading passage; the student need not stop or move back and forth between a separate answer page and the passage. The reading passages and their associated cloze items are referred to as testlets.
After a student completes an initial set of testlets (the equivalent of 40 cloze items), Total Reader produces a Lexile measure. All subsequent testlets completed will monitor the student's Lexile measure and report the new measure when change occurs. This way, Total Reader continually generates updated Lexile measures and students are always aware of their reading range. The system records and represents progress in a series of reports.
Hampton-Brown: The Edge and Insider are both instructional programs. "Edge," is a core reading/language arts program designed for high school students who have not mastered essential reading, writing and language skills and are typically reading two or more years below grade level. "Insider" is a core reading/language arts program designed for middle school students. This program is designed to build the language and literacy skills that middle school students need to pass exit exams and need to graduate from high school.
The Reading Level Gains Test shows gains in reading proficiency over time with reading proficiency reported in a Lexile measure. There are three parallel forms allowing for testing at three points during a year or from one year to the next. To view an Executive Summary on Reading Level Gains Test and Placement Test for Inside and Edge, click here.
The addition of Lexile measures within the Hampton-Brown Edge program provides educators with a comprehensive approach for determining the reading abilities of high school-level striving readers and English language learners (ELL), connecting them with targeted instructional activities that can improve literacy skills, and monitoring growth in reading ability throughout the school year.
Earobics: Earobics 2014 is a proven research-based intensive reading intervention solution that is diagnostic and prescriptive for students in grades PreK-3. Built on the CCSS, Earobics provides explicit, systematic individualized instruction in Phonological and Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Fluency, Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary Acquisition and Use, Writing, and Speaking and Listening. This powerful program delivers adaptive technology combined with a robust set of engaging classroom resources, assessment, and Professional Development. Powerful management tools enable teachers and administrators to monitor and chart student progress for differentiation. Earobics can be used with any core reading program. Learn more at hmheducation.com/earobics.
Earobics Reach (grades 4-8) delivers research-based reading intervention instruction in phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension through an adaptive online solution. The first time a student begins using Earobics Reach, the Meta Metrix Lexile® Initial Placement Assessment determines a student’s current reading comprehension ability. The Lexile score places the student into a level that is both challenging and achievable to ensure early success, a critical first step that builds confidence in struggling adolescent readers. Every six weeks a formative Level Assessment is automatically administered to each student, while automatic performance reports alert teachers and caregivers about student progress. Discover how this personalized intervention program uses a powerful instructional model, engaging cross-curricular content, and game-like practice aligned to the Common Core State Standards to reach your struggling readers at hmheducation.com/earobicsreach.
Journeys Common Core is a rigorous core reading program created to help students successfully meet the Common Core State Standards. With teacher and student resources available in print, online, and through mobile applications, Journeys Common Core provides the tools needed to plan and assess effectively as well as teach and engage your students. Like the Common Core State Standards themselves, Journeys Common Core reflects an integrated model of literacy. Instruction and application in the four strands—Reading (including Foundational Skills), Writing, Speaking and Listening, and Language—are linked to the complex texts and topics with which students engage.
Journeys Common Core focuses on repeated reading of complex texts to help students meet the challenge of learning from and about complex texts, and rubrics help teachers assess text complexity of Anchor Texts and paired selections at a glance. Lexile measures for each selection are an important part of the quantitative measures provided in each text complexity rubric.
Discover a new dimension in reading at http://www.hmheducation.com/journeys.
LaunchPad Learning is an innovative solution that provides parents with the tools to improve their child’s reading ability in three easy steps. LaunchPad Learning will assess your child’s reading level, obtain the interest level from the parent, ship two books a month to your home that are on level and in the child’s interest category, and measure, monitor, and reward your child’s reading success. To learn more about LaunchPad Learning and how to enroll your child, visit www.launchpadlearning.com.
Learning Oasis is a personalized learning platform that employs the research and technology of the Lexile Framework to differentiate students' reading and writing practice. The system provides an engaging, online environment where students can assume more control of their learning by completing self-directed reading and writing activites at the right level of challenge to support literacy growth.
Pearson/Longman/Prentice Hall: MyReadingLabis a program specifically created for developmental reading college students. It is an online application that combines diagnostics, practice exercises, tests and powerful assessment to help improve student reading skills and reading level.
The Lexile system in MyReadingLab diagnoses a student's reading ability over time. Based on a carefully developed diagnostic, students are assigned an initial Lexile measure. Then, using a combination of “cloze” questions and combined skills exercises, MyReadingLab tests students’ reading comprehension. As students read additional selections and take additional diagnostic tests, their scores are incrementally adjusted based not only on their scores on the specific diagnostic test but also by their history in the Lexile system. This approach allows students to increase their Lexile measure and monitor their progress over time. Instructors can manage their students’ reading comprehension and encourage their progress.
Scholastic, Inc. publishes comprehensive reading intervention programs for students in grades 3-12. READ 180 is a comprehensive reading intervention program proven to meet the needs of struggling readers in grades 3-12. The program directly addresses individual needs through differentiated instruction; adaptive and instructional software; high-interest literature and nonfiction; and direct instruction in reading, writing and vocabulary skills.
System 44 ™ is a breakthrough foundational reading program for the most challenged readers. The program includes state-of-the-art adaptive reading technology that delivers direct, explicit, research-based instruction, as well as engaging, high-interest print materials for student practice in reading, writing and spelling.
Both reading intervention programs rely on the screening, placement and progress-monitoring features of Scholastic Reading Inventory , a computer-adaptive assessment created with MetaMetrics that provides a Lexile measure and immediate positive feedback for students engaged in the assessment.
Scholastic also publishes many notable supplemental reading programs based on the Lexile Framework, including Scholastic Reading Counts! , a software program that helps teachers track students' independent reading progress, and ReadAbout , an adaptive, leveled, nonfiction, reading system for grades 3-8 that includes software that differentiates instruction, high-interest print materials and comprehensive teacher resources.
Supported by Scholastic Reading Inventory , these programs measure and report students’ growth in Lexile measures. A fully independent assessment, Scholastic Reading Inventory also can be used outside Scholastic curriculum programs to match students with text and to monitor reading development on the individual, classroom, school and district level.
Sopris West: LANGUAGE! is a comprehensive reading program designed for students in grades 3-12 who are reading two or more years below grade level, English language learners (ELLs) and students in special education. LANGUAGE! is a research and evidence-based program that teaches literacy explicitly, sequentially, and cumulatively.
By embedding the Lexile Framework within the LANGUAGE! intervention program, educators can use students' Lexile measures to better differentiate classroom instruction for struggling readers and monitor growth in reading ability throughout the school year.
Based on placement test results, students are assigned to one of six instructional levels within their Lexile range. Each level comprises cumulative and sequential multisensory activities for developing skills in phonemic awareness and phonics, word recognition and spelling, vocabulary and morphology, and grammar and usage. At the conclusion of each instructional level, students take a progress indicator test to measure growth and enable teachers to adjust instruction based on each student's reading ability.
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SRA FLEX Literacy™ is a comprehensive Reading and Language Arts Intervention System for struggling readers, Grades 3 and above in Tier 2, 3, or 4.
SRA FLEX Literacy™ is built on a research-based instructional model to reach students of various reading levels, as low as Beginning Reading. Students are engaged as never before through high-interest interactive tools, technology, and rich text selections. Teachers are empowered to tailor instruction through ongoing assessment that provides true differentiated instruction. Administrators are equipped with the tools they need for critical decision making.
Find out more at www.FLEXLiteracy.com.
StudySync provides web-based learning that inspires all students to achieve higher levels of reading, writing, and critical thinking. StudySync combines a lexile-leveled digital library of 500 texts with writing prompts, SyncTV video lessons, and online writing and peer review – all tied to the Common Core Standards and all designed to motivate all students to read and write more and at progressively higher levels.
Here are just a few of the ways StudySync can help students and teachers:
- Engage students in grade appropriate texts- both fiction and nonfiction-across the curriculum with audio and video supports
- Encourage the close reading of texts with various levels of complexity
- Increase the amount of time students spend on narrative writing and writing about texts with pre-writing and annotation features
- Model academic research, collaboration and appropriate discussion that students can apply in the classroom
- Connect to ‘real world’ events with StudySync Blasts and demonstrate a range of communication skills.
- Provide teacher-crafted prompts, tools for differentiated instruction, customized lessons, and evaluation rubrics
- Use the technology kids are familiar with in their everyday lives with anytime, anywhere access across platforms
StudySync's compelling combination of digital media, online writing and collborative peer review will engage your students and help you meet your educational goals and standards. StudySync connects teachers and students in a vibrant learning community!
Voyager Expanded Learning: Passport Reading Journeys is a daily, 50-minute reading intervention system for middle and high school students reading two or more years below grade level. The program uses video DVDs with teen hosts, online comprehension and vocabulary activities and high-interest topics, such as forensics, that keep students interested and motivated to improve their reading skills. Student growth is measured in terms of Lexiles.
The Passport Reading Journeys III Library includes a diverse collection of Lexile-leveled novels and short stories, fiction and non-fiction, that work well for either independent or partnered reading.