MARK12 Reading III (Adaptive Remediation)

This list is representative of the materials provided or used in this course. Keep in mind that the actual materials used may vary, depending on the school in which you are enrolled, and whether you are taking the course as Independent Study.

For a complete list of the materials to be used in this course by your enrolled student, please visit MyInfo. All lists are subject to change at any time.

Scope & Sequence : Scope & Sequence documents describe what is covered in a course (the scope) and also the order in which topics are covered (the sequence). These documents list instructional objectives and skills to be mastered. K12 Scope & Sequence documents for each course include:

Course Overview

Mastery.Acceleration.Remediation. K12.

The MARK12 courses are for students in the third to fifth grades who are struggling readers. MARK12 Reading III gives students who are reading approximately two grades below grade level the opportunity to master missed concepts in a way that accelerates them through the remediation process by incorporating adaptivity and online assessments. Students work independently and with a Learning Coach to develop oral reading, comprehension, phonics, spelling, and fluency skills. They also practice grammar, usage, mechanics, and composition. The engaging course features new graphics, learning tools, and games; adaptive activities that help struggling students master concepts and skills before moving on; and more support for Learning Coaches to guide their students to success.

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Prerequisites

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Course Outline

Unit 1: Long Vowels and Prefixes

Students learn to identify and use spelling patterns and prefixes. They learn to identify elements of story grammar, setting, characters, problems and solutions; and to answer text-explicit and text-implicit questions. Students are expected to demonstrate automaticity and prosody.

  • /a/ and Prefix re-
  • /a/ and Prefix un-
  • /e/ and Prefix pre-
  • /e/ and Prefix sub-
  • /i/ and Prefix dis-
  • /i/ and Prefix mis-
  • /o/ and Prefix in-
  • /o/ and Prefix bi-
  • /u/ and Prefix semi-
  • /u/ and Prefix mid-
  • /oo/ and Prefix fore-
  • /oo/ and Prefix under-
  • /oo/ and Prefix de-
  • /oo/ and Prefix uni-
  • /er/ and Prefix quadr-
  • /er/ and Prefix oct-

Unit 2: Spelling /k/, /f/, /g/, and /j/ and Prefixes

Students learn to identify and use spelling patterns and prefixes. They learn to identify elements of story grammar, setting, characters, problems and solutions; and to answer text-explicit and text-implicit questions. Students are expected to demonstrate automaticity and prosody.

  • /k/ and Prefix kilo-
  • /k/ and Prefix tele-
  • /k/ and Prefix multi-
  • /f/ and Prefix micro-
  • /f/ and Prefix out-
  • /g/ and Prefix over-
  • /g/ and Prefix ir-
  • /j/ and Prefix im-
  • /j/ and Prefix il-

Unit 3: /s/ and /sh/ and Suffixes

Students learn to identify and use letters, sounds, and vowel suffixes. They continue their study of spelling patterns and prefixes; practice identifying elements of story grammar, setting, and characters; and answer text-explicit and text-implicit questions.

  • /s/ and /sh/ and Suffix -ation
  • /s/ and /sh/ and Suffix -ist
  • /s/ and /sh/ and Suffix -or
  • /s/ and /sh/ and Suffix -ous
  • /s/ and /sh/ and Suffix -ship

Unit 4: /oi/, /ou/, and /us/ and Suffixes

Students learn vowel suffixes. They practice identifying and using sounds and letters; identifying elements of story grammar, setting, and characters; and answering text-explicit and text-implicit questions.

  • /oi/ and Suffix -ology
  • /oi/ and Suffix -ive
  • /ou/ and Suffix -eer
  • /ou/ and Suffix -ess
  • /us/ and Suffix -ical
  • /us/ and Suffix -ary

Unit 5: able/ible and /shun/ and Suffixes

Students learn vowel and consonant suffixes. They practice identifying and using sounds and letters; identifying elements of story grammar, setting, and characters; and answering text-explicit and text-implicit questions.

  • able/ible and Suffix -ant
  • able/ible and Suffix -worthy
  • /shun/ and Suffix -ward
  • /shun/ and Suffix -some
  • /shun/ and Suffix -ish
  • /shun/ and Suffix -ern

Unit 6: Plurals and Two Vowels, Two Sounds, and Base Words

Students learn consonant suffixes, unusual plural spellings, and base and root words. They practice identifying and using sounds and letters; identifying elements of story grammar, setting, and characters; and answering text-explicit and text-implicit questions. They are expected to demonstrate prosody and automaticity.

  • Plurals and Suffix -dom
  • Plurals and Base Word act
  • Plurals and Base Word port
  • Two Vowels, Two Sounds and Base Word flex
  • Two Vowels, Two Sounds and Root Word struct

Unit 7: Vowel Suffixes and Root Words

Students learn base and root words. They continue their study of vowels, vowel sounds, and vowel suffixes; practice identifying elements of story grammar, setting, and characters; and answer text-explicit and text-implicit questions.

  • Vowel Suffixes and Root Word scrib
  • Vowel Suffixes and Root Word spec
  • Vowel Suffixes and Root Word val
  • Vowel Suffixes and Root Word rupt
  • Vowel Suffixes and Root Word dict
  • Vowel Suffixes and Root Word fer
  • Vowel Suffixes and Root Word vis
  • Vowel Suffixes and Root Word cur
  • Vowel Suffixes and Root Word ven
  • Vowel Suffixes and Root Word script

Unit 8: Contractions and Root Words

Students learn root words. They learn to identify and use contractions. They continue to practice identifying elements of story grammar, setting, and characters; and answer text-explicit and text-implicit questions.

  • Contractions and Root Word cap
  • Contractions and Root Word cred
  • Contractions and Root Word sens

Unit 9: Compound Words and Root Words

Students learn base words, root words, compound words, and contractions. They continue to practice identifying elements of story grammar, setting, and characters; and answer text-explicit and text-implicit questions.

  • Compound Words and Root Word aud
  • Compound Words and Root Word form
  • Compound Words and Root Word pend
  • Compound Words and Root Word ten
  • Words Within Words and Root Word lect
  • Words Within Words and Root Word vita

Unit 10: Homophones and Root Words

Students learn base words, root words, compound words, and contractions. They study homophones and difficult spelling patterns. They continue to practice identifying elements of story grammar, setting, and characters; and answer text-explicit and text-implicit questions.

  • Homophones and Root Word divi
  • Homophones and Base Word grace
  • Homophones and Base Word deficit
  • Homophones and Root Word grad
  • Homophones and Root Word prehend

Unit 11: /?/, Confusing Words, and Root Words

Students learn base words, root words, homophones, and the schwa sound. They learn to spell commonly confused words. They continue to practice identifying elements of story grammar, setting, and characters; and answer text-explicit and text-implicit questions.

  • /?/ and Root Word tox
  • /?/ and Root Word tech
  • Confusing Words and Root Word dent
  • Confusing Words and Root Word meter
  • Confusing Words and Root Word thermo
  • Confusing Words and Root Word brev

Unit 12: Abbreviations and Root Words

Students learn root words, abbreviations, and difficult spelling patterns. They continue to practice identifying elements of story grammar, setting, and characters; and answer text-explicit and text-implicit questions.

  • Abbreviations and Root Word bell
  • Abbreviations and Root Word just
  • Abbreviations and Root Word ini

Unit 13: Word Relationships and Root Words

Students learn root words, abbreviations, and difficult spelling patterns. They continue to practice identifying elements of story grammar, setting, and characters; and answer text-explicit and text-implicit questions.

  • Word Relationships and Root Word liber
  • Word Relationships and Root Word cline
  • Word Relationships and Root Word cert
  • Word Relationships and Root Word astro
  • Word Relationships and Root Word domus
  • Word Relationships and Root Word mand
  • Word Relationships and Root Word min
  • Word Relationships and Root Word nov

Unit 14: MARK12 Reading III Review

Students review the course material and are assessed on their mastery of the objectives.

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Number of Lessons and Scheduling

120 minutes (60 minutes online, 30 minutes offline with learning coach, 30 minutes of language skills work)

Total Lessons: 90

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K12 Scope & Sequence documents for each course include:

  • Course Overview (as seen above)
  • Course Outline
  • Lesson Time and Scheduling