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Reading S.O.S: Strategies for Older Students
Reading S.O.S: Strategies for Older Students provides help for students to acquire and improve basic reading skills. The learning activities focus on developing and reinforcing automatic word recognition skills generally taught in grades 1 through 7. The program is intended to be part of an integrated language arts program that includes systematic work in oral language and reading comprehension, but it can also be used as a stand-alone supplement.

EasyTech (TM) Instructional System
EasyTech (TM) Instructional System is an online technology integration system that helps educators integrate technology with core curriculum. It meets the International Society of Technology in Education?s National Educational Technology Standards (ISTE?s NETS), and reinforces state core curriculum standards. The program includes four key components:Technology lessons that teach technology skills; Integration activities that extend technology skills into the classroom; Management system tools that support instruction; and Training and support, which provides ongoing resources for users.

Writing Well: The Grammar Game
Writing Well: The Grammar Game includes exercises that incorporate simple analogies, common sense approaches, and interactive games to illustrate basic English Language concepts and rules. Students have an opportunity to hone their grammar skills as they learn how to decipher sentence structure and how to identify the roles various parts of speech play.

Curriculum Pathways - English-Language Arts
Curriculum Pathways - English-Language Arts provides web-based materials that enhance teaching and learning. The resource includes interactive learning activities for students, lesson plans, and teacher-evaluated web sites, and is correlated to California standards, available within the product. American Literature topics and activities include Early American Voices, Romanticism, Realism & Naturalism, Modernism & the 20th Century, African American Literature, Asian American Literature, Latino American Literature, and Native American Literature. English Literature topics and activities include Old English, Middle English, Shakespeare, Renaissance, 17th & 18th Century, Romanticism, Victorian Era, 20th Century, and Postcolonial Literatures.

NoveList K-8
NoveList K-8 contains subject access for over 38,000 fiction titles including full-text reviews from sources like School Library Journal and Booklist for many titles, and Booktalks for selected young adult and children?s titles. Teacher resource materials include standards-based thematic units and articles that connect books by theme or main character. Users can search by author, title, series, theme, or topic. It contains genre and theme-based booklists, lists of award winning titles, and Lexile measures for many titles.

New Century Integrated Instructional System
New Century Integrated Instructional System is designed to assess student performance in English-Language Arts strands and to prescribe individualized learning paths. The program provides curriculum for mastering Reading-Language Arts concepts aligned with state standards and the California Exit Exam. It manages and monitors student progress through the curriculum

ClassWorks Gold Edition 2
ClassWorks Gold Edition 2 is founded on an objectives-based scope and sequence that includes over 1,650 learning objectives that correlate to California state standards, benchmarks, standardized tests, and basal textbook programs. It includes comprehensive curriculum materials for language arts for Kindergarten through eighth grade and a set of tools that lets teachers and administrators manage, assess, and customize their students? learning activities.

Text Mapping
Textmapping is a graphic organizer technique that can be used to teach reading comprehension and writing skills, study skills, and course content. It is practiced on scrolls, which are an alternative environment to books. Textmapping and scrolls can be used strategically, but they are not strategies. They are enabling technologies - simple, basic tools which can be used for reading and classroom instruction. The same strategies that can be taught in books can be taught more clearly and explicitly by using scrolls.

The Sound Way to Easy Reading
A time tested phonics program that has been working for decades, The Sound Way to Easy Reading helps students read, spell, and pronounce words better in a matter of weeks! Using its simple method, students learn the 123 sounds that make up 85% of the English language. They find themselves reading with confidence, without the guesswork!

Educator's Guide to Internet Resources
This site is dedicated to helping teachers find resources that will help them integrate technology in their curriculum

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