ESOL (English to Speakers of Other Languages)
English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) is the state-funded language instruction educational program for eligible English learners (ELs) in grades K-12 in Georgia public schools.
ESOL language instruction is focused on developing EL students’ academic English proficiency in each content area of the Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE).
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K-5 students use Lexia Reading Core5® , a fun computer-based program that has helped millions of students. The activities in Core5 support and build on our classroom curriculum and focus on developing reading skills in six areas: phonological awareness, phonics, structural analysis, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.
Lexia Reading Core5® can be used at home for extra practice.
Getting started is easy!
1. To use on a computer, go to www.lexiacore5.com.
2. To use on an iPad, download the free Lexia Core5 Reading app from the App Store. (iPad support is limited to these devices: iPad 4+, iPad Mini 3+, iPad Air+, and iPad Pro.)
3. The first time your child uses Core5, you may need to enter the teacher email (email@example.com). Your child can then log in with the username and password.
4. It is important that your child works without any help while using Core5. All of the work your child does at home is recorded and reported to school. This way, teachers can see when help is needed and provide additional instruction at school.
5. If you have a question about your child’s username or password, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here for more home activities: http://www.lexialearningresources.com/Core5/s2h/C5_Home_Activity_Sheet_Final.pdf
It is recommended that K-5 students practice 15 minutes per day beginning March 16, 2020.
Middle school students use Lexia® PowerUp Literacy®, a computer-based program that tailors instruction to their specific needs. The activities in PowerUp support and build on our English language arts classroom curriculum, focusing on developing skills in three areas essential to becoming a proficient reader: Word Study, Grammar, and Comprehension.
PowerUp can be used at home!
Please encourage home use to help your adolescent reader meet their weekly usage target.
Getting started is easy!
1. If you are using a desktop computer or laptop, you can access PowerUp through the web browser by going to www.lexiapowerup. com. Please use Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge. Internet Explorer is not supported. 2. If you are using an iPad®, search for Lexia PowerUp in the App Store. Tap the download icon to download PowerUp onto the device.
3. The first time your reader uses PowerUp at home, they will need to enter their teacher’s email (email@example.com) on the setup screen. They can then log in with the username and password used at school.
It is recommended that middle school students practice 20 minutes per day beginning March 16, 2020.