Would your students benefit from a digital program with cross-curricular content to support literacy development? Take a look at Learning List’s review of McGraw Hill’s Achieve3000 Literacy.
Achieve3000 Literacy is a fully digital, supplemental literacy program for grades 2-12. Students work through language arts, science, and social studies content to develop reading skills and comprehension. The program is adaptive and intends to provide reading content and practice of literacy skills at each student’s individual level.
The program assigns student levels based on initial and ongoing assessment. The adaptive nature of the material enables students across reading levels to all read the same content at their individual reading levels. The content provided is primarily informational texts.
Throughout the program, students practice reading comprehension through multiple choice and open-ended questions. Thus, students read and write in most lessons. Achieve3000 Literacy provides supports for students with specific learning needs, including reading material and assignments in English and Spanish, with translation support for additional languages.
Read Learning List’s Editorial Review to learn more about the types of assignments and questions students complete in the program. Learning List has also completed a report of the material’s alignment to the TEKS, as well as a review of its technology compatibility and support for remote learning. These reviews not only inform selection decisions, they also facilitate instructional alignment. To learn more about this product and thousands more PreK-12 instructional materials, contact Learning List for subscription information.
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Achieve3000 Literacy uses a model based on differentiated content and instruction.
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