Johnson uses Lexia Core 5 Reading
Lexia Reading Core5 is an essential component of every reading curriculum.
Lexia Reading Core5 provides explicit, systematic, personalized learning in the six areas of reading instruction, and delivers norm-referenced performance data and analysis without interrupting the flow of instruction to administer a test. Designed specifically to meet the Common Core and the most rigorous state standards, this research-proven, technology-based approach accelerates reading skills development, predicts students’ year-end performance and provides teachers data-driven action plans to help differentiate instruction.
Lexia Reading Core5 expands upon the scope of award-winning Lexia Reading and covers the six areas of reading for students of all abilities in grades pre-K–5. Any students with a Core5 license in grades 6 and above have access to Lexia's Strategies for Older Students. Learn more about Strategies for Older Students.
Helping Students Master Foundational Reading Skills
Lexia Reading Core5 provides students immediate corrective feedback, multiple levels of scaffolding, and explicit instruction both online and through direct instruction with the teacher.
Students work independently to develop reading skills in a structured, sequential manner with a focus on:
- Foundational skills to develop automaticity and fluency
- Listening and reading comprehension with complex text
- Academic and domain-specific vocabulary to improve comprehension
Each student follows a personalized learning path, with adaptive placement and pacing in activities designed specifically for the Common Core and the most rigorous state standards.
Teachers are provided data-driven action plans - unique to each student - that are simple to interpret and drive differentiated instruction.
Within the first month of use, teachers will know each student's probability of meeting end-of-year, grade-level benchmarks, and will receive the recommended resources and intensity of instruction necessary to change the trajectory for at-risk students.
Teachers can focus on instruction - without having to stop to administer a test - by using the program's norm-referenced, embedded assessment and Common Core progress monitoring.