Helping You Develop Reading and Math Skills

Let’s TALK

TEACHING ALL LIFE’S KNOWLEDGE

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WHAT  IS  LET’S  TALK

  • Let’s TALK is an online application that can be used in classroom settings or individually by students to develop and reinforce math, reading, and recognition skills for work and life
  • Over 150 teaching units, across four modules, in the Let’s TALK series - all designed to help individuals successfully function in the real world

WHAT  IS  LET’S  TALK

  • 4 Math Modules: Money, Time, Rulers, and Measurements
  • 3 Bonus Modules: Signs, Work Words, and Work Words 2
  • 171 Individual Lessons with 10-12 questions per lesson
  • Online application for in-classroom and at-home skills reinforcement
  • Hands-on manipulatives available for in-class interaction
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LET’S TALK STUDENT DATA

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Measures 3 distinct pieces of student data in each lesson:

  • Mastery
    Student progress on each individual question within a lesson over one or multiple attempts
  • Accuracy
    An average of correct responses within a lesson over one or multiple attempts
  • Time
    An ongoing measure of how much time a student spends within a lesson over one or multiple attempts

LET’S TALK REPORTING

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Detailed and Summary Reporting for all student data points

  • Individual Lesson Student Performance
    Detailed look at a student’s single lesson performance
  • Student Performance Summary
    Summary report of all assigned / completed lessons for a student
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LET’S TALK REPORTING

Detailed and Summary Reporting for all student data points

  • Individual Lesson Performance Summary
    Summary report of all students’ performance on an individual lesson
  • Class Performance Summary
    Summary report of all students’ performance for all modules with the program

EASY – TO – USE AND ACCESSIBLE

Online application delivery offers engagement both in-class and at-home

Lessons vary in activity type and skill level, offering hours of skill reinforcement to students

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EASY – TO – USE AND ACCESSIBLE

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Open and assigned lesson design allows for instructor-led class interaction as well as individual assigned practice

Instructor interface provides simple control of assignments, objectives, and mastery goal settings

LESSON STRUCTURE

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Lessons grow in difficulty within each module encouraging skill building

Activity types vary throughout the lessons to engage your student – examples include multiple choice, money counting activities, analog clock reading, word problems and more

LESSON STRUCTURE

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Immediate feedback is given with each answer

Incorrect answers are corrected and repeated within the lesson

Students can start and stop a lesson at anytime

LESSON COMPLETION

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Lesson completion is based on meeting instructor-set completion goals in mastery and accuracy

Mastery is considered 100% when a student answers EACH QUESTION correctly at least one time through one or many attempts

Example: If a student attempts a 10-question lesson 3 times and answers all questions correct at least one time expect Question 4, the student’s mastery score would be 90% after all attempts

Accuracy is the AVERAGE OF ALL LESSON ATTEMPTS over time

Incorrect answers are repeated within the lesson session until the entire lesson is mastered or student ends the session

Example: If a student attempted a lesson five times over the course of the assignment and scored 75%, 90%, 80%, 60%, and 70% for the attempts, their real-time accuracy would be 75% at the time of reporting

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CUSTOMIZED COMPLETION GOALS

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Default goals for lesson completion are

100% Mastery

80% Accuracy

Instructors can customize lesson completion goals to meet the needs of their students

Students have unlimited attempts at lessons to increase their mastery and accuracy scores

CUSTOMIZED COMPLETION GOALS

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Accuracy is the AVERAGE OF ALL LESSON ATTEMPTS over time

Incorrect answers are repeated within the lesson session until the entire lesson is mastered or student ends the session

Example: If a student attempted a lesson five times over the course of the assignment and scored 75%, 90%, 80%, 60%, and 70% for the attempts, their real-time accuracy would be 75% at the time of reporting

CONTACT ME TODAY

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