Digital and Offline Resources to Support Students Struggling in Lexia® PowerUp Literacy®
We recommend you log in to myLexia® at least once a week to review your class Action Plan to check the progress of your students. Look closely at the Struggling tab to take steps to get students the support they need.
The Struggling tab lists the students who are having difficulty with an online activity and would benefit from additional support. In this tab, you will be able to access the Lexia Lessons that have been recommended for students. Lexia Lessons are scripted, explicit lesson plans designed for one-on-one or small-group instruction by a teacher or paraprofessional.
- Delivering Lexia Lessons Remotely
- Lexia Lessons are lesson plans to guide face-to-face, targeted intervention. If you are currently providing direct instruction to your students using district-approved video conferencing, consider using the Lexia Lessons as part of this virtual instruction. Lessons typically require minimal materials to be delivered.
- Alternatively, you may consider sharing specific recommended Lexia Lessons with families for instruction to be done at home. Lexia Lessons can be downloaded from myLexia and shared with families via email, LMS, or Google Classroom. You can also point families to our At-Home Resource Hub and provide specific lesson recommendations.
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