Lexia Reading Core5

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Lexia Reading Core5

Lexia Learning,


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Android Education 2.68.68 July 10, 2017 4.27

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Version 2.68.68 released on July 10, 2017

Version 2.65.84 released on June 30, 2016
ACTIVITY IMPROVEMENTS
• Enhanced Comprehension Passages
• Supports Log In With Clever from within the application for Clever customers
• Enhanced Educator Mode to include the ability to demonstrate how directions are presented in L1 (Arabic, Haitian Creole, Portuguese, Mandarin, Vietnamese and Spanish)
• Added Session Setting that allows teacher to temporarily enable L1 directions
• Increased Program Stability

Version 2.61.41 released on November 20, 2015

Version released on March 26, 2015

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App Description

Use of this app requires an active account for Lexia Reading Core5™. If you do not have a username and password, please contact your school for more information.

Lexia Reading Core5 is not currently available for individual (non-school) purchases. However, individuals can purchase licenses to “Lexia Reading” by visiting the Lexia’s website.

SUPPORTED DEVICES
The Lexia Reading Core5 are supported on the following devices:
• Google Nexus 7” (2012 and 2013)
• Google Nexus 10
• Samsung Galaxy Tab 4
• Samsung Galaxy S2

Please contact Lexia Customer Support if you have questions about your specific Android device.


About Lexia Reading Core5: 

Designed as an essential component of every reading curriculum, Lexia Reading Core5 provides personalized learning for students of all abilities in grades pre-K–5, and delivers norm-referenced performance data without interrupting the flow of instruction to administer a test.

Students are automatically placed at the appropriate level and work independently—via Android, browser or desktop client—to develop their foundational reading skills. The program provides immediate corrective feedback and explicit instruction, supporting students when they struggle and advancing them to higher levels as they demonstrate proficiency. Students work in a structured, sequential manner with a focus on:

• Foundational reading 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 to meet the most rigorous academic standards, including the Common Core State Standards. Based on students’ work in the program, teachers receive 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.

About Lexia:

Established with a promise to improve student literacy through the use of technology, more than one million students learn with Lexia. The company’s award-winning instructional approach has been nationally recognized and proven effective in six peer-reviewed, research-based outcome studies published in scientific journals such as The Journal of Reading Research and the Bilingual Research Journal.

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