Individualized, Web-based lessons provide scaffolded instruction with embedded practice, assessment, remediation, and review to meet each student at their level.
Take an interactive walkthrough of The Digital Experience at http://flexliteracy.com/walkthrough.
There are roughly 5,000 activities throughout FLEX Literacy that teach more than 100 English Language Arts objectives. The activities in each lesson, guided by animated instructional hosts, provide daily practice or support the student's individualized skill sequence.
Each lesson provides scaffolded instruction to help students develop specific skills, including foundational skills; comprehension; grammar, usage and mechanics; literary analysis; text elements; and vocabulary and language.
On a daily basis, each student receives practice in five activity types, including fluency, vocabulary preview and practice, word study, and reading practice.
The game-like interface and navigation of The Digital Experience drives student participation. The experience keeps interest levels high by providing ongoing encouragement and engagement as students progress through instructional activities. Students are motivated with reward points and kept on task by limiting the amount of time allotted to customize their avatar and decorate their personal rooms.
This printed guide provides an overview of the Digital, Print, and Project Experiences and how they interact, as well as the research base for the program, guidelines for effective implementation, and user instructions to get started with FLEXWorks.