Are your teachers looking for a reading intervention program to serve students at varying skill levels? Take a look at Learning List’s review of Savvas’ (formerly Pearson) iLit ELL.
Savvas’ iLit ELL is a fully digital, supplemental reading intervention program for students in grades 4-12. The program is designed to support EL students at all levels of an EL program (i.e., Newcomer, long-term). iLit ELL provides a consistent instructional routine, engaging content, and interactive tools to support multiple areas of literacy and language development.
The program provides a digital library with a full range of Lexile levels, beginning at Lexile BR, that can be translated into more than 40 languages. The instructional routine consistently encourages collaborative work, opportunities for purposeful conversations, and vocabulary development to support overall language acquisition and literacy.
iLit ELL includes extensive teacher supports for implementation, pedagogy, and content. These supports include real-time student progress monitoring and ongoing integration of SIOP strategies and other instructional suggestions, enabling teachers to meet the individual needs of students.
Learning List has completed a standard-by-standard review of the alignment of the material, a qualitative review of the instructional content and a review of the product’s technology compatibility. To learn more about this product and thousands more PreK-12 instructional materials, contact Learning List for subscription information.
Savvas, formerly Pearson, is a next-generation learning company that combines new ideas, new ways of thinking, and new ways of interacting to create innovative learning solutions.
Savvas draws upon 120+ years of experience and innovation to provide learning solutions across all pre-K-12 disciplines around the globe.
Per Bethlan Forsa, CEO of Savvas Learning, “At Savvas, we celebrate a rich legacy of learning that students and educators have come to know and trust. We’re honored and thrilled to usher in a new era of education, one that is more inclusive, more connected, and more meaningful to each student.”
Information in this section is provided by or adapted from Savvas.