Implementation models for Imagine Language & Literacy


Refer to the Implementation flyer for more ideas on using Imagine Language & Literacy in your classroom.

The table below explains various strategies to make time for Imagine Language & Literacy during the school day.


In-Class Rotation

Use both print and digital Imagine Language & Literacy activities to  enhance classroom instruction using multiple stations, allowing students to rotate from station to station on a fixed schedule.

Computer Lab Rotation

The school computer lab(s) can be purposely scheduled so that all classes have a predetermined amount of time to receive individualized instruction with Imagine Language & Literacy.

Whole Class Instruction

Use Imagine Language & Literacy to preview or review a lesson from your core program. If many students need intervention on a skill,  project a corresponding lesson for the whole class or create a Playlist and assign the lesson to the entire class.

One-on-One/Small-Group Intervention

Use the Action Areas Tool to gain insight on where individual students could use extra support. The data is especially helpful as you create an intervention plan to scaffold up to grade-level success. You can create skill-based intervention groups for small group or individual instruction. You can also extend learning by reviewing student recordings and written responses to offer direct feedback. Additional offline resources support targeted intervention.

Before/After School Instruction

Students can come to school early or stay late to receive additional
Imagine Language & Literacy instruction on devices or computers.
Students can also access the same online materials from home.

Summer School

This model gives students the opportunity to access technology for learning outside traditional school hours. Students can come to school or access Imagine Language & Literacy from their own devices at home.