Pace Scope and Sequence

Reading Level 2nd-5th; TABE E-M

This program presents Reading, Math, and English skills at a 2nd-5th grade literacy level. At Your Own Pace bridges the gap from literacy to basic education – its bite-size, scaffolded instruction ensures basic skills proficiency and develops independence and self-pacing skills that will aid progress at the next level. Pace’s unique programmed tutorials allow the student to focus on one sub-skill at a time, step by step, until it is mastered. This approach maintains motivation through consistent, reliable progress and immediate feedback. The specially designed lessons in At Your Own Pace ensure successful self-paced learning at low independent reading levels, in basic skills that are core to any basic education program.

Reading Level 4th-12th; TABE E-A

Accelerated Learning Lab (ALL) combines unique instructional design, individualized, prescriptive assessment systems, and easy-to-use student management tools to provide a powerful basic skills system that ensures consistent student success. This program is designed specifically for struggling adult and older youth learners in basic education or high school equivalency, beginning at the 4th grade reading level. The ALL curriculum includes over 300 tutorial lessons across all core subject areas that can be mixed and matched as needed for each student. A self-paced, personalized learning path through Accelerated Learning Lab helps students to see and feel learning success in many small, achievable steps and can rapidly develop basic skills from pre-ABE (4th-5th RL, TABE M) to pre-GED (10th-11th, TABE A).

Reading Level 5th-7th; TABE M-D

Transition Skills features the The Life Skills 25 curriculum. Life Skills 25 provides a foundation upon which your students can grow and learn to deal more effectively with life events, academic environments, and work situations. This program is specially-designed for those in need of personal and interpersonal skills development β€” skills that contribute to overall social and personal adjustment and workplace skills. Development of these soft skills also affects student independence and success in academic pursuits. 

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