Essentials 16-22 Online
One-year access begins the day of purchase. This is everything you need to guide your student through this digital equivalent of Essentials 16-22 Levels A and B.
Third of four courses built for students ages 8 to adult with two levels of practice built in! With you as the guide, your student will navigate through core lesson content videos with prompted auditory participation, written responses and digital interactions. Then students will practice concepts with easy-to-use online games and activities, while you monitor participation, clarify instructions and give assessments.
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With 55 instructional videos, 42 interactive videos and 174 interactive activities, Essentials 16-22 Online contains hours of engaging content that makes learning fun for any student!
*One copy of Essentials 16-22 Online per email account. For help purchasing multiple copies of this course please read this article or contact the school team.
Instructional Videos & Online Content
- Phonogram instruction and practice videos
- Spelling analysis videos
- Core lesson content videos
- Interactive digital games
- Online dictation practice
- Unit assessments and answer keys - Provided in PDF format for teachers to administer in order to monitor student progress
365-day online access starting the date of purchase
I am using Essentials with my 4th and 5th grade students. I love that I can combine some instruction for both of them and also have different levels for their different abilities. The teacher manual is easy to understand and the material holds their interest and is excellent.
It took 3.5 years, but this girl just completed Essentials level A—all 30 lessons! We started when she was in 3rd grade, newly diagnosed dyslexic, and had tried a zillion other reading/spelling/writing curricula. She’s in 6th grade this year and now we will cycle back around to level B. We have moved through the first 7 lessons of level B in 2.5 months! It shows us that we’ve both learned a whole lot about the “whys” of the English language!