Say goodbye to one-size-fits-all instruction—and hello to a strategic, research-based curriculum that meets students at their own level. With Imagine Language & Literacy, every child receives explicit, targeted instruction within an individualized learning path that continually adjusts to their needs. Over 4,100 engaging activities teach critical language and literacy concepts such as basic vocabulary, academic language, grammar, listening comprehension, phonological awareness, phonics, and fluency. Kids love the program because it’s fun and challenging. And educators trust the program because it’s differentiated, standards-aligned, rigorous, and effective.
- Explicit, targeted instruction
- Over 4,100 learning activities
- Ongoing placement
Why do kids always ask for more time on Imagine Language & Literacy? Easy—they love the interactive media presentations, videos, games, songs, and performance-based rewards. Students also build confidence and independent thinking skills through self-monitoring. What’s more, kids are motivated to set goals, achieve new records, or even beat a high score in a particular learning activity. After students collect performance-based virtual Booster Bit tokens, they can customize their avatar or visit the Imagine Museum. And they get to do it all while strengthening critical language and literacy skills.
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Today’s schools are more diverse than ever, which is why Imagine Language & Literacy provides strategic first-language support in 15 languages to facilitate and enhance English language learning. As students become more proficient in English, this language support gradually fades. Along with strategic translations, the program also uses peer modeling to illustrate concepts more clearly: same-age peers explain what words and phrases mean via rich, contextualized examples.
As students begin the program, they complete an Initial Placement Test, which determines a developmentally appropriate (or grade-equivalent) starting point for instruction. As students work through their individualized learning pathway, ongoing user-friendly assessments gather data on predictive and evaluative checkpoints. These checkpoints determine which upcoming lessons and instructional support options are best for each student. Teachers may also enable tri-annual, third-party measures for students via the Reading Level Assessment (RLA) and the Annual Growth Test (AGT).
- Ongoing assessments that direct instruction
- Integrated, teacher-directed benchmarks
- Lexile® measures
Need a report on an individual student? Want to view long-term progress by class? The information you need is only a click away in the Imagine Learning Portal, where educators go for critical data.
The Action Areas Tool pinpoints areas of struggle for individual students or the entire class, giving teachers the flexibility they need to plan interventions on their own timetable. RTI was never easier.
Once inside the Imagine Learning Portal, teachers can easily monitor student’s oral fluency or view written responses to various activities. See it all in the Student Portfolio.