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Advantages? Who? Disadvantages?

The students who would benefit from this practice 1. Motivation is decreased
1. Tailored to each
are Caucasians, African Americans, Non-Hispanics, in students due to the
student’s reading
Hispanics, Limited English Proficient, students with abundance of reading.
ability.
disabilities, and gifted and talented students. This 2. Students can become
2. Helps with vocabulary program can also help students who have a learning
development and stressed out due to the
disability or has a communication impairment grade that is attached
reading through close reading which has helped with
comprehension. to completing an
comprehension and using text evidence.
3. Improves Lexile growth article.
3. Can hurt student’s
grades.
Practice and Brief Description

Name: Achieve 3000

Description: This research practice is an online literacy program that provides


nonfiction reading to students in preK through 12th grade. It focuses on
building phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, reading comprehension,
vocabulary, and writing skills. Achieve 3000 is used to help students to
advance their nonfiction reading skills through online instruction.

https://ies.ed.gov/ncee/wwc/EvidenceSnapshot/692

How does it work?


https://ies.ed.gov/ncee/wwc/EvidenceSnapshot/692
The specific steps that a teacher should take to implement this practice is to first assign an article and activities to the entire class. Once students
have completed the reading and activities, they will have a Lexile level which will provide them with articles that are just for their reading ability.
When students click on an article, they will first respond to a before reading poll. Then they will read an article, answer activity questions,
respond to an after reading poll, and then answer a thought question. Teachers are able to track the whole class and individual students. Lexile
levels are then adjusted on the 1st of each month by the company as students work through the program.