Lexia Core5

Posted by on Jun 3, 2015

Lexia Reading Core5® provides personalised learning on fundamental literacy skill development for students in year’s pre-K to 6. Older students who are deficit in their foundational literacy skills will significantly benefit from using Lexia Core5® or Lexia Strategies®, as has been shown in many High Schools throughout Australia. ‘Try the program’

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Reading Plus

Posted by on Jun 3, 2015

Reading Plus ® provides personalised learning on higher order literacy development for students from year’s 3 through to University. Students must have their foundational literacy development cemented before moving onto Reading Plus ®. This is where Lexia® literacy development software and Reading Plus® literacy development software enjoy a symbiotic relationship.

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Symphony Math

Posted by on Jun 3, 2015

Symphony Math® is a three-step program that identifies and supports students who need help with maths. Each step in the Symphony Math process is supported by one of the program tools: Screener, Benchmarker, and Intervention. Together the three tools offer a framework for identifying students at risk for math failure, quantifying their rate of progress, and filling in gaps in their mathematical development.

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Biloela State School

Posted by on Jun 3, 2015

ITECAU has cross referenced Lexia Core5 and the National Curriculum version 8.2. Although this is a good working document, it is clear more areas of the National Curriculum can be cross referenced with Lexia Core5.

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Symphony Math

Helps students develop a profound understanding of the most critical mathematical concepts, fluency with number relationships, and the ability to apply this knowledge to solving story problems. Provides students with the opportunity to practice and explore the most important math concepts in tremendous depth and in a variety of contexts.

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