What is the Achieve! Series?
Every child is different and requires different lesson plans suited to their individual abilities to help them achieve academic success. As a teacher it can be challenging to carry this responsibility, however we are here to help!
Some students have low-level literacy skills that require individual lesson plans. Students that experience this often struggle to keep up with class content. This tends to have a roll-on effect and can impact the students' grades across several subjects, often resulting in them being left behind. It is important to identify these traits in students and provide them with the appropriate resources to support and prevent negative implications.
So, where do you start? Often, it can be challenging and overwhelming to find specific and reliable resources that cater to the student's individual needs. Below is a renowned series for Secondary students that assist with planning lessons for students that fall into this category.
The Achieve! Series
The Achieve! series includes a range of great downloadable resources covering English, Mathematics, General Science, Biology, History and Geography for Junior Secondary and Middle Secondary students. The range was created to help teachers plan lessons for secondary students with low-level literacy skills, thus require a modified approach.
Each resource in this series has been designed and written for secondary students who have low-level literacy skills and require modified classroom activities. The worksheets in the series are ideal for group or individual study and are easy to implement in one-on-one lessons. You can also use the photocopiable sheets for revision, assessment, and home study.
This range teachers’ resources have been developed to cover the core areas of studies including:
- Achieve! English,
- Achieve! Mathematics,
- Achieve! Science,
- Achieve! Biology,
- Achieve! History,
- Achieve! Geography.
They contain worksheets that can be used during group collaborations, individual study, or both! All worksheets can be printed or used electronically (in line with copyright regulations) for class lessons, assessment, revision, and home study.