Mechanics is designed for students who are two or more grade levels behind, helping at-risk students catch up to their peers. This bilingual, basic skills program is best used for re-teaching essential foundation skills.
Mechanics is a bilingual, necessary skills program for re-teaching essential foundation skills that should have been mastered in grades 1 through 8 in math, reading, writing, and vocabulary.
Mechanics is used most commonly for:
Lessons are grouped into three levels instead of grades to keep students motivated. Struggling learners start low, gain confidence through simple concepts, and work their way up. Check out the scope and sequences to view the vast amount of lessons in this series.
Dr. Randy Pettus, Federal Programs Director
Mechanics is especially effective for ELLs and migrant programs. Question items and teaching animations can switch immediately from English to Spanish to provide native language support. Mechanics aligns with TABE and ABLE.