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MORE means keeping adolescents engaged and making literacy gains, which can be a complex endeavor. However, the right approach is key. Download the “Five Essential Elements of an Adolescent ELA Program” infographic here, which illustrates what your students need to be successful – and why. Print and hang this colorful poster in your work area as a guide.
Watch video playlist to hear from author, Louisa Moats, Ed.D. as she talks about the development of the LANGUAGE! Live, its features, and the strengths and benefits of the program.
Confident and Empowered: Since the City School District of New Rochelle began using TransMath, student confidence and class participation has improved. - Tech & Learning article from October 25, 2017.
For the at-risk students at Knox County Schools in Tennessee, MORE means moving away from the brink of failure toward literacy success. Read the inspiring story of transformation at Knox County Schools here.
When students can make sense of words, then they learn, grow and succeed. Watch this web seminar to learn some research-based strategies that are effective with all struggling readers, whether they are English language learners, students with reading disabilities, or students who have simply fallen behind.
National ESSA requirements are in effect and will have immediate impact upon students and teachers. How should states and school districts approach these changes? Will the requirements affect instructional curriculum? What will publishers do to ensure materials meet student and teacher needs based on the new law?
Defy the stereotypes and see students for their potential, not their inability to read; let’s empower each teacher to change lives; let’s recognize each district for its ability to build a better literacy program.
Learn how Walnut High School, in Los Angeles County, CA, was inspired by a neighboring school district's success - and decided to try to replicate its outcomes for themselves.
We live in a world built by words. See how LANGUAGE! Live will not only help your students in the classroom, but also help them achieve their career and life goals.