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Choose from Attainment's research-based ELA curricula designed for students with an intellectual disability or autism.
Select from the following products:
PASS (Promoting Awareness of Speech Sounds) - is a research-based prereading curriculum for preschool students; Incorporates story time, singing, finger play, and movement activities to offer an engaging learning opportunity.
Pathways to Literacy — teaches readiness concepts like cause and effect, concepts of print, and engagement in the reading process. Includes a set of adapted books with corresponding manipulatives.
Early Literacy Skills Builder (ELSB) — incorporates systematic instruction and ongoing assessments to teach alphabetic fundamentals, phonemic awareness, comprehension and beginning fluency. ELSB includes print, software, and iPad app formats.
ELSB for Older Students - uses age-appropriate material to teach foundational literacy skills. Seven levels present skills in 14 objectives including print, phonemic awareness, letter-sound correspondence, listening comprehension, vocabulary, and writing.
Early Reading Skills Builder (ERSB) - is the next step for students who have mastered early literacy foundational skills and are ready to learn to read. Curriculum is a blend of print and software that helps learners blend sounds and segment words regardless of their verbal skills. It has 26 levels with five structured lessons in each.
Building with Stories — serves as a complementary program to ELSB, adapts award-winning commonly read elementary stories. Includes story books plus corresponding manipulatives for added student engagement. Pathways to Literacy, ELSB, and Building with Stories were successfully evaluated by Project RAISE, a federally funded grant.
Access English Language Arts Grades 3-5 — provides an engaging and language-rich curriculum with four units of study that address two major themes: "Reading is Fun!" and "Be a Friend, Not a Bully!" Students will enjoy popular and age-appropriate, adapted text for fictional novels (Superfudge and How to Eat Fried Worms), nonfiction, informational text, and poems.
Read and Tell - is an adapted literature collection featuring 32 popular novels. Each adapted story is accompanied by instructional materials, including vocabulary cards, character cards, setting cards, story grammar cards, posters, and picture-supported comprehension quizzes.
Teaching to Standards: English Language Arts - is presented in three literacy levels, giving wide student support. Includes adapted titles with simplified text, repeated story lines, and symbol supports for fiction, nonfiction, plays, and poetry.
ALA: Write - offers a blended approach to writing instruction delivered through traditional print components, software, and an iPad app. Students are supported step by step in constructing grade-aligned opinion paragraphs about eight adapted pieces of literature, including fiction and nonfiction literature from the Teaching to Standards: English Language Arts.
Adapted Classics - covers grade-level content through four literary classics—The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Treasure Island, The Story of My Life, and The Hobbit. Each classic introduces a unique genre of literature: mystery, adventure, biography, and fantasy with four adapted levels.
Read to Learn - blends life skill and language arts instruction. Features three easy-to-read illustrated books (Life Skill and Safety Skills Readers, plus Focus on Feelings), each with corresponding interactive software and PDFs for printouts.
Write Your Story: Elementary— helps students develop their writing skills with a focus on expressing their opinions about the world around them. The photo-illustrated lessons provide discussion topics and writing prompts for the places, people, and activities in a student’s everyday life. There are 35 lessons, grouped into seven unit themes.
Write Your Story: Secondary— helps students develop their writing skills with a focus on expressing their opinions about the world around them. The photo-illustrated lessons provide discussion topics and writing prompts for the places, people, and activities in a student’s everyday life. There are 35 lessons, grouped into seven unit themes.
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