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LANGUAGE! Live fosters this growth with Text Training, which builds on students' foundational skills. Teacher-led instruction helps them advance with better vocabulary, grammar, comprehension, and, unlike other programs, extensive writing practice. Watch video to see Text Training used in the classroom.
Learn to build the relationship between conceptual and procedural knowledge that empowers students to be successful in higher mathematics.
What You'll Learn:
The science behind “training” the brain to learn to read
Proven techniques that support middle and high school students who struggle with reading, including engaging technology, online social media, and teacher-directed instruction
This innovative, research-based program embodies and applies the ideas taught in LETRS—the theoretical models, research-based teaching principles, language concepts, and instructional routines and activities.
Help students strengthen their ability to use self-talk for self-regulation, and explore a wide range of social and emotional skill builders in appealing, kid-friendly formats.
Dr. Louisa Moats looks at increasing comprehension with a text-driven instructional approach versus a strategy approach. She explores how educators can identify challenging language in text that may keep students with limited language proficiency from becoming successful readers.
Prevention of bullying is a much smarter approach than trying to deal with the problem after it happens. Take a look at lessons learned through experience with one of the more common myths of bullying prevention.
This paper introduces the program LANGUAGE! Live. After we describe the extent and the nature of the problems of adolescents who struggle with reading, we discuss the content and instructional strategies for this population that are supported by current scientific research. We then describe the product and its components. We conclude the paper with a discussion of computer-assisted instruction and its benefits for adolescent students.