What is System 44 reading program?
System 44 is a foundational reading program designed for the most challenged struggling readers in Grades 3-12. Intentionally metacognitive, System 44 helps students understand that the English language is a finite system of 44 sounds and 26 letters that can be mastered.
How do I log into Scholastic reading Counts?
1. Login to your portal and select the Scholastic tile. 2. Your username and password are pb# Enter lowercase pb followed by you student number.
How many levels does System 44 have?
Intentionally metacognitive, System 44 helps students understand that the English language is a finite system of 44 sounds and 26 letters that can be mastered. System 44 was designed for students in Grades 3-12 reading at a BR-400 Lexile ® level, including Special Education students and English-Language learners.
What lexile is System 44?
The System 44 Library features high-interest, age- appropriate topics and offers students a choice of books ranging from a 130 to 450 Lexile level.
How do I access Reading Counts?
To open the Reading Counts! Login screen, click the Reading Counts! icon at the bottom of the screen. Students may also log in to Reading Counts! through the product suite access screens.
What tier is System 44?
Tier 3 instruction
System 44 is best suited for Tier 3 instruction. READ 180 is well suited for both Tier 2 and Tier 3 instruction but can also be implemented as a Tier 1 core instructional program where the majority of students are reading below grade level.
Can you do reading counts at home?
Although not expected or required, on occasion a parents may choose to use Reading Counts independently at home with their kinder or 1st grade children who are early readers, or able to read and comprehend connected text and take and pass quizzes without parent support.
How do I set up reading counts on my iPad?
Downloading and Configuring Reading Counts! app from the App Store. Prior to opening the app, tap the Settings icon on the iPad Home Screen. Tap the Reading Counts! link from the Settings menu.
How do I get my scholastic access code?
Getting Started This access code is printed on the front page of the Teacher’s Guide you receive with your issues, and we also email it to you in the beginning of the school year. If you haven’t gotten it, make sure to ask the person responsible for ordering Choices for your school!
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