At Your Own Pace Series (AYOP)
Bridging the Gap from Literacy to Basic Education
This effective individualized learning series presents Reading, Math and English skills at a 3rd to 6th grade literacy level. Building on the basic skills, the At Your Own Pace materials bridge the gap for more accelerated and advanced learning.
Individualized, scaffolded instruction assures basic skill proficiency. Following the concept of scaffolded instruction, the At Your Own Pace series provides the first rung of instruction on the academic ladder of success. This series presents skills at a lower literacy level and offers a very basic understanding of the skill. In this way, when students move up the academic ladder for more complex instruction, they have a foundation or basis in the concepts to build upon. This approach to instruction increases the success of the student in the next academic program.
With three series titles, Math At Your Own Pace, Reading At Your Own Pace, and English At Your Own Pace, this powerful self-instructional series quickly builds basic skills at low reading levels – it also provides for the development of self-pacing skills, which can boost confidence, motivation, and student independence in learners at this level.
Simple, Structured Resources for Self-Paced Adult Learning at Low Reading Levels
- 56 “bite-sized” lessons, with built-in mastery testing, in Reading, English, and Math subject areas
- Correlated to TABE test levels E/M; multiple packages available to suit classes of any size
- Lesson booklets address specific competencies in short, manageable steps
- Each lesson follows the unique Pace programmed format and self-paced learning structure
- Reproducible Mastery Tests (A/B) for each lesson determines skill mastery before the student moves on
- Each test provides the instructor a lesson breakdown, including the specific sub-skills missed and relevant instructional frames throughout the lesson
- Study Schedules track and display student progress, allowing both the student and instructor to easily see how daily learning activities relate to long-term learning goals.