Achieve3000® provides the only patented, cloud-based solutions that deliver daily differentiated instruction for nonfiction reading and writing that’s precisely tailored to each student’s Lexile® reading level, meeting the diverse needs of all students.
For your English language arts, science, or social studies classes with a mix of student abilities or diverse student populations, Pro is the differentiated literacy solution that accelerates reading gains for all students – all in a single classroom. Achieve3000’s Pro literacy solutions (KidBizPro™ for grades 2-5, TeenBizPro™ for grades 6-8, and EmpowerPro™ for grades 9-12) are uniquely designed to meet the needs of learners of every age and ability level: every student in class reads the same grade-appropriate content differentiated at their individual reading level, empowering all students to fully participate in whole-class instruction and discussions.
Plus, Pro’s custom curriculum is not only aligned to state- and grade-specific standards, but also integrates regular practice for your state’s high-stakes assessments, preparing all learners to succeed in school and beyond!
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Whether in small groups or in specialized classrooms, Access accelerates language and literacy gains for every English language learner, from beginner to advanced, and prepares them for success across the entire curriculum. A key feature is Access’s targeted student routine, which introduces and reinforces key learning strategies, develops academic vocabulary in both English and Spanish, builds oral fluency, and guides students as they review and edit their own writing. With a focus on nonfiction science and social studies content, ELL students do not miss out on essential grade-level, standards-aligned instruction while increasing their literacy and language skills.
In fact, Achieve3000®’s family of Access solutions (KidBizAccess™ for grades 2-5, TeenBizAccess™ for grades 6-8, and EmpowerAccess™ for grades 9-12) is proven more than double the expected reading gains for ELLs – all in a single school year.
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