Comprehension

Overview VideoMaking Connections™

   MCI
Common Core State Standards

Making Connections®

Grades 1–6

Develop all the essential skills and strategies recommended by the National Reading Panel

  • Opportunities for active reading
  • Scaffolded instruction
  • A blend of informational and narrative text
  • Multiple reading selections for the development of each skill
  • Explicit instruction

 

Common Core State Standards

MCI (Making Connections® Intervention)

Grades 6–12
RTI Tiers 2, 3

The blended literacy solution for middle and high school

  • Engaging, interactive, and motivating content
  • Adaptive technology for individualized instruction
  • Instructional emphasis on comprehension skills and strategies

 

Reading Comprehension in Varied Subject Matter      Einstein’s Who, What, and Where    Claims to Fame

Reading Comprehension in Varied Subject Matter

Build content area reading comprehension skills

Grades 2–11

Einstein’s Who, What, and Where

Nonfiction passages increase to comprehension and writing skills

Grades 4–7

Claims to Fame®

Short biographies help develop comprehension skills

Grades 2–5
Starting Comprehension

Starting Comprehension

Grades Pre-K–2
Beyond The Code

Beyond The Code

Comprehension and reasoning

Grades 2–4
Reasoning and Reading

Reasoning and Reading

Grades 3–8
The Story of the U.S.A.

The Story of the U.S.A.

Grades 4–8
The Story of Western Civilization

The Story of Western Civilization

Grades 4–8
Reasoning and Reading

Stepping Stones

Grades K–2

Analogies

Primary Analogies

Primary Analogies

Grades K–3
Ridgewood Analogies

Ridgewood Analogies

Grades 4–8
Analogies 1, 2, and 3

Analogies 1, 2, and 3

Grades 7–12

Also Available

 Reading for Content (Grades 3–6)

Pedagogical Information

Orton-Gillingham

Orton-Gillingham based instruction »

Orton-Gillingham This program incorporates the Orton-Gillingham approach. This instructional methodology is language-based, multisensory, structured, sequential, cumulative, cognitive, and flexible. Learn more »