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Scholastic System 44  

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Program Description

Scholastic System 44   

Designed for daily use by a small class (10-12 students), with students rotating between the Software and Small-Group Differentiated instruction or modeled & independent reading. The program can be used effectively during a regular class period, in a resource room, and in after-and summer-school programs. Students alternate between small-group differentiation and modeled/independent reading. Can be incorporated into a Read 180 class, but not in a class exceeding 10 students.



-90 minutes per day

     *30 minutes large group instruction

     *20 minutes on computer

     *20 minutes modeled independent reading

     *20 minutes small group instruction
- computer access

(w/ headphone/microphone combo)


Skill Deficits

- phonemic awareness

- decoding

- sight words

- comprehension

- spelling


    Skills Not Addressed

    Skill(s) not addressed:
    - does not give instruction in foundational skills such as phonemic awareness or encoding.


    Screeners and Assessments

    Screening Assessments:
    - SRI (consult reading specialist)

    - SPI (Scholastic Phonics Inventory)


    Exit Indicators

    Exit Indicators:

    - completion of program—160 topics total (see below)

    ·         Consonants (33 topics)

    ·         Vowels (32 topics)

    ·         Syllables (21 topics)

    ·         Word Parts (28 topics)

    ·         Sight Words (21 topics)

    Success (25 topics)


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