Life Skills

  •                              All Four Life Skills Levels - 21 Online Stories - One Failure Free Reading Online Student/Child License for 12 months

    $100.00


  • Life Skills Print Library


    FFR's Life Skills Solution (Career Transition Program for Special Needs High School Students)

    Life Skills Solution


    [ What You Get! ]
     

    Life Skills is a special edition of Failure Free Reading that teaches cognitively challenged secondary-adult students to read age & developmentally appropriate content. Perfect for self-contained, resource or community-based instruction classes. Life Skills can be used with the basic English or social skills curriculum.

    Failure Free Reading Printed Materials

    Based on the notion that all reading programs work but not for all students, Failure Free Reading’s non-phonic first reading intervention is the front-end for your lowest literacy special education and beginning English Language Learners students who are not reading well enough to benefit from more advanced leveled literacy interventions.

    Failure Free Reading Print is a nationally recognized, non-consumable reading intervention specifically designed for students who need a non-phonic first alternative or for your over-aged students who have mastered basic phonics and decoding skills but still lack solid comprehension and expressive fluency.

    Failure Free Reading Print focuses on the research-based best practices designed to significantly produce critical growth in comprehension, vocabulary, fluency, writing, and independent reading instruction. Easy to use and highly redundant Failure Free Reading Print gives chronically struggling students the opportunity to master critical academic words essential to future reading success within the simplest and most comprehensible connected text. Failure Free Reading is the first intervention to specifically control for the eight content roadblocks preventing chronically struggling readers to read for meaning.

    Life Skills is for students/children/adolescents/adults reading with a 0.0-5th grade reading level and IQs as low as 35. Life Skills is suitable for: Ages 12-Adults: early reading, beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Life Skills teaches mastery of the critical vocabulary essential for reading success such as: the most common words and critical life skill vocabulary centering on four themes: getting an apartment, getting a driver’s license, getting the facts on drugs and getting a job.

    Life Skills is designed to give students with reading abilities as low as 0.0 and cognitive IQs of 35 and higher the chance to read with fluency and comprehension from age appropriate theme and appearance. 

    Life Skills is designed to:

    • significantly enhance vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self confidence for the student
    • teach mastery of critical 3rd grade academic English words
    • teach complex text
    • provide hours and hours of self-paced online instruction

    When finished, your student/child will have completed

    • 36 Units of Instruction
    • hundreds of computer reinforcement activities,
    • different interrelated software applications per lesson, designed to teach word, sentence, paragraph mastery, as well as spelling.

    Life Skills helps the Teacher/Parent by providing:

    • access to abundant pre-recorded “how-to” training videos and informative implementation handouts/checklists.
    • live technical and methodology support via toll free phone or email
      • 1-888-233-READ or support@failurefree.com
    • access to the Life Skills Electronic Library (and included in the Teacher Pack), which includes:
      • Scripted Teacher/Parent Manuals for Instruction
      • Independent Activities (pencil & paper printable activities)
      • Flash Cards
      • Complex Text Stories
      • Criterion Reference Tests
      • Parent Communication Packs
      • Writing Composition Activities
    • Abundant infinitely scalable online reporting features, including:
      • Time on Task
      • Student Progress
      • Student/Class/School/District Summary Reports
      • Reading Ability Growth
      • Reading Attitude (self confidence)

     

    The only complete like skills curriculum that teaches begining reading!

    • Scaffold learning in ways that would be impractical to provide otherwise.
    • Scripted lessons & software eliminate extra prep time

    Now, even your hardest-to-reach learners, those reading, as low as 0.0, can develop effective communication skills, work habits, job interview skills, and self-confidence - all while learning to read!

    Every student is making progress and it is so engaging that I have a hard time getting them off the program. It is age appropriate, and it is showing improvement in the reading and writing ability of all the students.
    — Carmeline Gross, Reading/English 9-12 Speech Language Pathologist
     
     


    Life Skills (Additional Stories):

    • Blue Level - Independent Living ( View this level ) - Matches: Joseph's Readers Red Level
    • Purple Level - Driver's License ( View this level ) - Matches: Joseph's Readers Green Level
    • Maroon Level - Drug Prevention ( View this level ) - Matches: Joseph's Readers Orange Level
    • Yellow Level - Employment ( View this level ) - Matches: Joseph's Readers Teal Level


    FFR's Life Skills Solution includes

     

    $3,500.00

    $3,500.00


  • Life Skills Teacher Pack


    Printed Life Skills Teacher Pack for ALL LIFE SKILLS LEVELS of Failure Free Reading’s Instructional Materials


    [ What You Get! ]
     

    Life Skills Teacher Pack - Limited Print - Non-Consumable (1 Teacher Manual, 2 Instructional Readers, 1 Parent Communication Pack, 1 Criterion Reference Test, 1 Student Workbook, 1 copy of each Illustrated Reader/story, all per level) *Blue, Purple, Maroon and Yellow Levels; Serves Reading Levels of 0.0  through 5th Grades.*

    FFR's Life Skills Solution (Career Transition Program for Special Needs High School Students)

    Life Skills Solution

    Life Skills is a special edition of Failure Free Reading that teaches cognitively challenged secondary-adult students to read age & developmentally appropriate content. Perfect for self-contained, resource or community-based instruction classes. Life Skills can be used with the basic English or social skills curriculum.

    Failure Free Reading Printed Materials

    Based on the notion that all reading programs work but not for all students, Failure Free Reading’s non-phonic first reading intervention is the front-end for your lowest literacy special education and beginning English Language Learners students who are not reading well enough to benefit from more advanced leveled literacy interventions.

    Failure Free Reading Print is a nationally recognized, non-consumable reading intervention specifically designed for students who need a non-phonic first alternative or for your over-aged students who have mastered basic phonics and decoding skills but still lack solid comprehension and expressive fluency.

    Failure Free Reading Print focuses on the research-based best practices designed to significantly produce critical growth in comprehension, vocabulary, fluency, writing, and independent reading instruction. Easy to use and highly redundant Failure Free Reading Print gives chronically struggling students the opportunity to master critical academic words essential to future reading success within the simplest and most comprehensible connected text. Failure Free Reading is the first intervention to specifically control for the eight content roadblocks preventing chronically struggling readers to read for meaning.

    Life Skills is for students/children/adolescents/adults reading with a 0.0-5th grade reading level and IQs as low as 35. Life Skills is suitable for: Ages 12-Adults: early reading, beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Life Skills teaches mastery of the critical vocabulary essential for reading success such as: the most common words and critical life skill vocabulary centering on four themes: getting an apartment, getting a driver’s license, getting the facts on drugs and getting a job.

    Life Skills is designed to give students with reading abilities as low as 0.0 and cognitive IQs of 35 and higher the chance to read with fluency and comprehension from age appropriate theme and appearance. 

    Life Skills is designed to:

    • significantly enhance vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self confidence for the student
    • teach mastery of critical 3rd grade academic English words
    • teach complex text

    When finished, your student/child will have completed

    • 36 Units of Instruction

    Life Skills helps the Teacher/Parent by providing:

    • access to the Life Skills Electronic Library (and included in the Teacher Pack), which includes:
      • Scripted Teacher/Parent Manuals for Instruction
      • Independent Activities (pencil & paper printable activities)
      • Flash Cards
      • Complex Text Stories
      • Criterion Reference Tests
      • Parent Communication Packs
      • Writing Composition Activities

     

    The only complete like skills curriculum that teaches begining reading!

    • Scaffold learning in ways that would be impractical to provide otherwise.
    • Scripted lessons & software eliminate extra prep time

    Now, even your hardest-to-reach learners, those reading, as low as 0.0, can develop effective communication skills, work habits, job interview skills, and self-confidence - all while learning to read!

    Every student is making progress and it is so engaging that I have a hard time getting them off the program. It is age appropriate, and it is showing improvement in the reading and writing ability of all the students.
    — Carmeline Gross, Reading/English 9-12 Speech Language Pathologist
     
     


    Life Skills (Additional Stories):

    • Blue Level - Independent Living ( View this level ) - Matches: Joseph's Readers Red Level
    • Purple Level - Driver's License ( View this level ) - Matches: Joseph's Readers Green Level
    • Maroon Level - Drug Prevention ( View this level ) - Matches: Joseph's Readers Orange Level
    • Yellow Level - Employment ( View this level ) - Matches: Joseph's Readers Teal Level


    FFR's Life Skills Solution includes

     

    $1,250.00

    $1,250.00


  • Life Skills – Blue Level – All Stories - “Independent Living” - One Digital Downloadable Copy of Failure Free Reading’s Blue Single-Level Instructional Materials


    Blue Level is for students/children/adolescents/adults reading with a K-1st grade reading level and IQs as low as 35. Blue Level is suitable for: Ages 12-Adults: early reading, beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Life Skills teaches mastery of the critical vocabulary essential for reading success such as: the most common words and critical life skill vocabulary centering on four themes: getting an apartment, getting a driver’s license, getting the facts on drugs and getting a job.

    Life Skills is designed to give students with reading abilities as low as 0.0 and cognitive IQs of 35 and higher the chance to read with fluency and comprehension from age appropriate theme and appearance. 

    Blue Level is designed to:

    • significantly enhance vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self confidence for the student
    • teach mastery of critical 3rd grade academic English words
    • teach complex text

    When finished, your student/child will have completed

    • 36 Units of Instruction

    Blue Level helps the Teacher/Parent by providing:

    • access to the Blue Level Electronic Library, which includes:
      • Scripted Teacher/Parent Manuals for Instruction
      • Independent Activities (pencil & paper printable activities)
      • Flash Cards
      • Complex Text Stories
      • Criterion Reference Tests
      • Parent Communication Packs
      • Writing Composition Activities

    Detailed Descriptions of Failure Free Reading’s Five Blue Level Stories:

    Life Skills Blue Level – Story I- “Getting an Apartment” is the first story from first level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks about a person who moving out of his/her parent’s house and is getting in a new job in a new community in the city. Key words taught in this story are: job, find, community, newspaper, want, move, going, to, near, buying, parent’s, landlord. Key phrases taught are: a new job in a new community, going to move, buying a newspaper, looking in the want ads.

    When finished with Blue Level - Story 1 “Getting an Apartment”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 12 pages, 48 unique words, 99 sentences, and 947 running words and a lexical density of 5.06

    Life Skills Blue Level – Story 2- “Rooms in the Apartment” is the second story from Blue Level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks about a person who getting a new apartment in the city. This story describes the rooms in the apartment. Key words taught in this story are: kitchen, sink, bedroom, apartment, cleaned, television, refrigerator, pillows, bathroom, sofa, dresser, shower, blankets, plenty, connected, telephone, remote, control, Key phrases taught are: oven and the refrigerator need to be cleaned, the bathroom has a tub and a sink, have to buy pillows and sheets and blankets

    When finished with Blue Level - Story 2 “Rooms in the Apartment”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 51 unique words, 100 sentences, and 883 running words and a lexical density of 5.77

    Life Skills Blue Level – Story 3- “The Breakfast Story” is the third story from Blue Level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks about a person who going out to get breakfast. This story describes the many different items that are on the breakfast menu. Key words taught in this story are: waitress, special, breakfast, restaurant, juice, order, morning, eggs, menu, fourth, includes, scrambled, knife, fork, coffee, cashier and the Key phrases: sitting at a table in the restaurant, going to have breakfast this morning, waitress sets my table, the waitress takes my order, decided to order.

    When finished with Blue Level - Story 3 “The Breakfast Story”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 103 unique words, 200 sentences, and 1842 running words and a lexical density of 5.59

    Life Skills Blue Level – Story 4 - “Time for Lunch” is the fourth story from Blue Level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks about a person who going out to get lunch. This story describes the many different items that are on the lunch menu and what he/she sees in the restaurant. Key words taught in this story are: neighborhood, medium, mayonnaise, ketchup, glad, lemon, pepper, sugar, hungry, ready, order, because, extra, lettuce, large, cooking, chef, small, chicken, mustard and the Key phrases: going to have lunch, fast food restaurant, cooking french fries, soft drink cups, hamburgers and hot dogs, there are many items.

    When finished with Blue Level - Story 4 “Time for Lunch”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 76 unique words, 135 sentences, and 1278 running words and a lexical density of 5.94

    Life Skills Blue Level – Story 5 - “Dinner with a Friend” is the fifth story from Blue Level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks about a person who going out to get dinner with a friend. This story describes the many different items that are on the dinner menu and what he/she sees in the restaurant. Key words taught in this story are: friend, dinner, compromise, crackers, butter, decide, cream, waiter, salad, dessert, hostess, seafood, where, follow, bread, ready and the Key phrases: going to have dinner,  we decide to compromise, are ready to order, asks us to follow her, ready to order, going to have dinner, ice cream sundae with hot fudge

    When finished with Blue Level - Story 5 - “Dinner with a Friend” your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 92 unique words, 168 sentences, and 1491 running words and a lexical density of 6.43

    ***THIS PRODUCT, THE BLUE LEVEL ONE DIGITAL DOWNLOADABLE COPY OF ALL STORIES, IS ONLY AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD ONE TIME AND IS NOT AUTHORIZED FOR RESELL, OR DISTRIBUTION TO OTHER PARTIES UNLESS EXPRESSLY AUTHORIZED IN WRITING BY THE PUBLISHER.***

    $49.95

    $49.95


  • Life Skills – Purple Level – All Stories - “Driver's License” - One Digital Downloadable Copy of Failure Free Reading’s Purple Single-Level Instructional Materials


    Life Skills teaches mastery of the critical vocabulary essential for reading success such as: the most common words and critical life skill vocabulary centering on four themes: getting an apartment, getting a driver’s license, getting the facts on drugs and getting a job.

    Life Skills is designed to give students with reading abilities as low as 0.0 and cognitive IQs of 35 and higher the chance to read with fluency and comprehension from age appropriate theme and appearance.

    Failure Free Reading's Purple Level

    Purple Level is for students/children/adolescents/adults reading with a 2nd grade reading level and IQs as low as 35. Purple Level is suitable for: Ages 12-Adults: early reading, beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Life Skills teaches mastery of the critical vocabulary essential for reading success such as: the most common words and critical life skill vocabulary centering on four themes: getting an apartment, getting a driver’s license, getting the facts on drugs and getting a job.

    Purple Level is designed to:

    • significantly enhance vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self confidence for the student
    • teach mastery of critical 3rd grade academic English words
    • teach complex text

    When finished, your student/child will have completed

    • 36 Units of Instruction

    Purple Level helps the Teacher/Parent by providing:

    • access to the Purple Level Electronic Library, which includes:
      • Scripted Teacher/Parent Manuals for Instruction
      • Independent Activities (pencil & paper printable activities)
      • Flash Cards
      • Complex Text Stories
      • Criterion Reference Tests
      • Parent Communication Packs
      • Writing Composition Activities

    Detailed Descriptions of Failure Free Reading’s Five Purple Level Stories:

    Life Skills Purple Level – Story 1 - “Things to Watch for on the Road” is the first story from second level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks driving a car and the things a driver needs to watch out for on the road while driving. Key words taught in this story are: elderly, daylight, traffic, closely, stopped, vehicle, enough, blind, laws, white, pedestrians, school, bicyclists, emergency, yield, killed. Key phrases taught are: yield the right of way, flashing lights or sirens, drivers must not move, when a school bus stops, pedestrians have been killed.

    When finished with Purple Level - Story I - “Things to Watch for on the Road”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 84 unique words, 164 sentences, and 1200 running words and a lexical density of 7.00

    Life Skills Purple Level – Story 2 - “Road Emergencies” is the second story from second level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks about the type of emergencies drivers need to watch out for while driving in the car. Key words taught in this story are: passengers, while, tire, disabled, emergency, flashing, control, pedal, skid, direction, accidents, hundred, injury, dollars, curve, carry. Key phrases taught are: should ease up on the gas, when the car starts to slide, get their cars off the road, tell the police about accidents, try to warn.

    When finished with Purple Level - Story 2 - “Road Emergencies”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 84 unique words, 106 sentences, and 898 running words and a lexical density of 9.68

    Life Skills Purple Level – Story 3 - “Bad Weather” is the third story from the second level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks about the dangers caused when driving in bad weather. Key words taught in this story are: weather, prevent, glasses, watch, lights, down, foggy, dangerous, ahead, caution, engine, storm, overpasses, following, ahead, freeze, started, following, first.  Key phrases taught are: turn on their low beams, must watch the tail lights of cars, roads become slick, oil and dust, are most dangerous, should be careful, poor driving conditions, poor driving conditions.

    When finished with Purple Level - Story 3 - “Bad Weather”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 94 unique words, 110 sentences, and 996 running words and a lexical density of 9.43

    Life Skills Purple Level – Story 4 - “Car Accidents” is the fourth story from the second level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks about the causes of car accidents such as falling asleep, not concentrating while driving or taking drugs and alcohol. Key words taught in this story are: chance, accident, injured, avoid, mistakes, defensively, physical, health, fatigue, emotions, medicine, affect, crashes, upset, excited, rude, performance, doctor, performance, wheel, drug, society, quickly, traffic, deaths, leading, children, alcohol.  Key phrases taught are: one in three chance, avoid the mistakes, driving defensively, good physical and mental health, asleep at the wheel, concentrate on driving, Medicine and drugs, widely used drug, a drug that acts quickly, taken away from them, the leading cause of death.

    When finished with Purple Level - Story 4 - “Car Accidents”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 99 unique words, 132 sentences, and 1146 running words and a lexical density of 8.63

    Life Skills Purple Level – Story 5 - “Night Driving” is the fifth and final story from the Purple Level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks about the dangers associated with driving at night including the rise of drunken drivers, being blinded by oncoming headlights and difficulty seeing at night. Key words taught in this story are: dangerous, drinkers, people, because, tired, alert, blinded, oncoming, headlights, headlights, pull, low, beam, behind, night, high, when. Key phrases taught are: may be blinded, pull off the road, on the open road, do not see well, driving is dangerous, oncoming headlights.

    When finished with Purple Level - Story 5 - “Night Driving”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 52 unique words, 96 sentences, and 743 running words and a lexical density of 7.13

    ***THIS PRODUCT, THE PURPLE LEVEL ONE DIGITAL DOWNLOADABLE COPY OF ALL STORIES, IS ONLY AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD ONE TIME AND IS NOT AUTHORIZED FOR RESELL, OR DISTRIBUTION TO OTHER PARTIES UNLESS EXPRESSLY AUTHORIZED IN WRITING BY THE PUBLISHER.***

    $49.95

    $49.95


  • Life Skills – Maroon Level – All Maroon Stories - “Getting the Facts on Drugs” - One Online Student/Child Single-Level License for 12 months


     

     

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    Life Skills - Maroon Level- One Online Student/Child License for 1 student for Failure Free Reading’s Maroon Level I Instructional Materials, for 12 months.

    Life Skills teaches mastery of the critical vocabulary essential for reading success such as: the most common words and critical life skill vocabulary centering on four themes: getting an apartment, getting a driver’s license, getting the facts on drugs and getting a job.

    Life Skills is designed to give students with reading abilities as low as 0.0 and cognitive IQs of 35 and higher the chance to read with fluency and comprehension from age appropriate theme and appearance.

    Maroon Level is for students/children/adolescents/adults reading with a 3rd grade reading level and IQs as low as 35. Maroon Level is suitable for: Ages 16-Adults: early reading, beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Life Skills teaches mastery of the critical vocabulary essential for reading success such as: the most common words and critical life skill vocabulary centering on four themes: getting an apartment, getting a driver’s license, getting the facts on drugs and getting a job.

    Maroon Level is designed to:

    • significantly enhance vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self confidence for the student
    • teach mastery of critical 3rd grade academic English words
    • teach complex text
    • provide hours and hours of self-paced online instruction

    When finished, your student/child will have completed

    • 36 Units of Instruction
    • hundreds of computer reinforcement activities,
    • different interrelated software applications per lesson, designed to teach word, sentence, paragraph mastery, as well as spelling.

    Maroon Level helps the Teacher/Parent by providing:

    • access to abundant pre-recorded “how-to” training videos and informative implementation handouts/checklists.
    • live technical and methodology support via toll free phone or email
      • 1-888-233-READ or support@failurefree.com
    • access to the Maroon Level Electronic Library, which includes:
      • Scripted Teacher/Parent Manuals for Instruction
      • Independent Activities (pencil & paper printable activities)
      • Flash Cards
      • Complex Text Stories
      • Criterion Reference Tests
      • Parent Communication Packs
      • Writing Composition Activities
    • Abundant infinitely scalable online reporting features, including:
      • Time on Task
      • Student Progress
      • Student/Class/School/District Summary Reports
      • Reading Ability Growth
      • Reading Attitude (self confidence)

    Detailed Descriptions of Failure Free Reading’s Five Maroon Level Stories:

    Life Skills Maroon Level – Story 1 - “Drug Abuse” is the first story from the third level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks dangers of drug abuse. It is designed to give a straightforward description of the dangers of drugs. Key words taught in this story are: drugs, misuse, people, abusers, problems, their, there, friends, serious, synthetic, behavior, changes, natural, substance, changes, around, daily, disease, discomfort, personal, health, misused, financial, capable, harmful. Key phrases taught are: people who misuse drugs, end up with serious problems, can cause changes, drugs are all around you, can be natural or synthetic, are used on a daily basis.

    When finished with Maroon Level - Story I - “Drug Abuse”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 171 unique words, 309 sentences, and 3049 running words and a lexical density of 5.70

    Life Skills Maroon Level – Story 2 - “Saying No to Drugs” is the second story from the third level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks why is it difficult to say no to drugs and the reasons for staying strong. It is designed to give a straightforward description of the dangers of drugs. Key words taught in this story are: saying, money, reasons, because, these, stupid, personal, bodies, expensive, caught, sick, ugly, sophisticated, rich, sound, dependent, addicted, bloodshot, choice, rough, price Key phrases taught are: saying no to drugs, is not easy, look like fun, rich and famous, make a smart choice, spend most of their money.

    When finished with Maroon Level - Story 2 - “Saying No to Drugs”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 183 unique words, 319 sentences, and 3214 running words and a lexical density of 5.78

    Life Skills Maroon Level – Story 3 - “Alcohol” is the third story from the third level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks the dangers of alcohol abuse. Key words taught in this story are: alcohol, brain, causes, teenagers, drinking, highway, quickly, killed, deaths, become, bloodstream, directly, liquid, digested, involve, leading, heart Key phrases taught are: goes directly to, other parts of the body, leading cause of highway deaths, carries the alcohol to the brain, goes directly to the bloodstream, because of drinking, goes directly into the blood stream.

    When finished with Maroon Level - Story 3 - “Alcohol”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 208 unique words, 250 sentences, and 2925 running words and a lexical density of 7.24

    Life Skills Maroon Level – Story 4 - “Cocaine” is the fourth story from the third level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks the dangers of cocaine abuse. Key words taught in this story are: cocaine, users, stimulants, amphetamines, nervous, caffeine, noses, high, spend, experiencing, crystals, physical, increase, irritable, sniffed, snorted, alertness, energy, restless, minutes. Key phrases taught are: over a long period, pick them up, start to feel down, increase their alertness, start to see and hear, many different forms, inject it or smoke it.

    When finished with Maroon Level - Story 4 - “Cocaine”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 181 unique words, 226 sentences, and 2928 running words and a lexical density of 6.31

    Life Skills Maroon Level – Story 5 - “Marijuana and Other

    Drug Addictions” is the fifth and final story from third the level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks the dangers of marijuana abuse and other drug addictions. Key words taught in this story are: marijuana, distorts, perceptions, chemicals, hallucination, hundred, percent, dangerous, excess, cigarette, wheezing, cancer, dose, unfriendly, harmful, afraid, opiates, powder, illegal, strongest. Key phrases taught are: mind altering drug, does not mix, a drug that distorts perceptions, leads to hallucinations, stays in the body, comes from a plant, can be very dangerous.

    When finished with Maroon Level - Story 5 - “Marijuana and Other Drug Addictions” your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 190 unique words, 214 sentences, and 2348 running words and a lexical density of 8.26

     

    $39.95

    $39.95


  • Life Skills – Maroon Level – All Stories - “Getting the Facts on Drugs” - One Digital Downloadable Copy of Failure Free Reading’s Maroon Single-Level Instructional Materials


    Life Skills teaches mastery of the critical vocabulary essential for reading success such as: the most common words and critical life skill vocabulary centering on four themes: getting an apartment, getting a driver’s license, getting the facts on drugs and getting a job.

    Life Skills is designed to give students with reading abilities as low as 0.0 and cognitive IQs of 35 and higher the chance to read with fluency and comprehension from age appropriate theme and appearance.

    Maroon Level is for students/children/adolescents/adults reading with a 3rd grade reading level and IQs as low as 35. Maroon Level is suitable for: Ages 16-Adults: early reading, beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Life Skills teaches mastery of the critical vocabulary essential for reading success such as: the most common words and critical life skill vocabulary centering on four themes: getting an apartment, getting a driver’s license, getting the facts on drugs and getting a job.

    Maroon Level is designed to:

    • significantly enhance vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self confidence for the student
    • teach mastery of critical 3rd grade academic English words
    • teach complex text

    When finished, your student/child will have completed

    • 36 Units of Instruction

    Maroon Level helps the Teacher/Parent by providing:

    • access to the Maroon Level Electronic Library, which includes:
      • Scripted Teacher/Parent Manuals for Instruction
      • Independent Activities (pencil & paper printable activities)
      • Flash Cards
      • Complex Text Stories
      • Criterion Reference Tests
      • Parent Communication Packs
      • Writing Composition Activities

    Detailed Descriptions of Failure Free Reading’s Five Maroon Level Stories:

    Life Skills Maroon Level – Story 1 - “Drug Abuse” is the first story from the third level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks dangers of drug abuse. It is designed to give a straightforward description of the dangers of drugs. Key words taught in this story are: drugs, misuse, people, abusers, problems, their, there, friends, serious, synthetic, behavior, changes, natural, substance, changes, around, daily, disease, discomfort, personal, health, misused, financial, capable, harmful. Key phrases taught are: people who misuse drugs, end up with serious problems, can cause changes, drugs are all around you, can be natural or synthetic, are used on a daily basis.

    When finished with Maroon Level - Story I - “Drug Abuse”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 171 unique words, 309 sentences, and 3049 running words and a lexical density of 5.70

    Life Skills Maroon Level – Story 2 - “Saying No to Drugs” is the second story from the third level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks why is it difficult to say no to drugs and the reasons for staying strong. It is designed to give a straightforward description of the dangers of drugs. Key words taught in this story are: saying, money, reasons, because, these, stupid, personal, bodies, expensive, caught, sick, ugly, sophisticated, rich, sound, dependent, addicted, bloodshot, choice, rough, price Key phrases taught are: saying no to drugs, is not easy, look like fun, rich and famous, make a smart choice, spend most of their money.

    When finished with Maroon Level - Story 2 - “Saying No to Drugs”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 183 unique words, 319 sentences, and 3214 running words and a lexical density of 5.78

    Life Skills Maroon Level – Story 3 - “Alcohol” is the third story from the third level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks the dangers of alcohol abuse. Key words taught in this story are: alcohol, brain, causes, teenagers, drinking, highway, quickly, killed, deaths, become, bloodstream, directly, liquid, digested, involve, leading, heart Key phrases taught are: goes directly to, other parts of the body, leading cause of highway deaths, carries the alcohol to the brain, goes directly to the bloodstream, because of drinking, goes directly into the blood stream.

    When finished with Maroon Level - Story 3 - “Alcohol”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 208 unique words, 250 sentences, and 2925 running words and a lexical density of 7.24

    Life Skills Maroon Level – Story 4 - “Cocaine” is the fourth story from the third level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks the dangers of cocaine abuse. Key words taught in this story are: cocaine, users, stimulants, amphetamines, nervous, caffeine, noses, high, spend, experiencing, crystals, physical, increase, irritable, sniffed, snorted, alertness, energy, restless, minutes. Key phrases taught are: over a long period, pick them up, start to feel down, increase their alertness, start to see and hear, many different forms, inject it or smoke it.

    When finished with Maroon Level - Story 4 - “Cocaine”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 181 unique words, 226 sentences, and 2928 running words and a lexical density of 6.31

    Life Skills Maroon Level – Story 5 - “Marijuana and Other

    Drug Addictions” is the fifth and final story from third the level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks the dangers of marijuana abuse and other drug addictions. Key words taught in this story are: marijuana, distorts, perceptions, chemicals, hallucination, hundred, percent, dangerous, excess, cigarette, wheezing, cancer, dose, unfriendly, harmful, afraid, opiates, powder, illegal, strongest. Key phrases taught are: mind altering drug, does not mix, a drug that distorts perceptions, leads to hallucinations, stays in the body, comes from a plant, can be very dangerous.

    When finished with Maroon Level - Story 5 - “Marijuana and Other Drug Addictions” your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 190 unique words, 214 sentences, and 2348 running words and a lexical density of 8.26

    ***THIS PRODUCT, THE MAROON LEVEL ONE DIGITAL DOWNLOADABLE COPY OF ALL STORIES, IS ONLY AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD ONE TIME AND IS NOT AUTHORIZED FOR RESELL, OR DISTRIBUTION TO OTHER PARTIES UNLESS EXPRESSLY AUTHORIZED IN WRITING BY THE PUBLISHER.***

    $49.95

    $49.95


  • Life Skills – Yellow Level – All Stories - “Employment” - One Digital Downloadable Copy of Failure Free Reading’s Yellow Single-Level Instructional Materials


    Life Skills teaches mastery of the critical vocabulary essential for reading success such as: the most common words and critical life skill vocabulary centering on four themes: getting an apartment, getting a driver’s license, getting the facts on drugs and getting a job.

    Life Skills is designed to give students with reading abilities as low as 0.0 and cognitive IQs of 35 and higher the chance to read with fluency and comprehension from age appropriate theme and appearance.

    Life Skills Yellow Level

    Yellow Level is for students/children/adolescents/adults reading with a 3rd- 4th grade reading level and IQs as low as 35. Yellow Level is suitable for: Ages 16-Adults: early reading, beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Yellow Level is designed to:

    • significantly enhance vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self confidence for the student
    • teach mastery of critical 3rd grade academic English words
    • teach complex text

    When finished, your student/child will have completed

    • 36 Units of Instruction

    Yellow Level helps the Teacher/Parent by providing:

    • access to the Yellow Level Electronic Library, which includes:
      • Scripted Teacher/Parent Manuals for Instruction
      • Independent Activities (pencil & paper printable activities)
      • Flash Cards
      • Complex Text Stories
      • Criterion Reference Tests
      • Parent Communication Packs
      • Writing Composition Activities

    Detailed Descriptions of Failure Free Reading’s Six Yellow Level Stories:

    Life Skills Yellow Level – Story 1 - “Setting Career Goals” is the first story from the fourth level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks importance of setting career goals. It is designed to help understand the concept of goals and why they are important in life. Key words taught in this story are: career, goals, some, achieve, choose, involve, counselor, person, helping, examples, happen, trained, professional, living, requires, qualifications, policemen, mechanic, architect, artist, firemen, auto, layer, technician. Key phrases taught are: short term goals, who is trained, helping people choose, knowing the skills and qualifications, going to visit, deciding on a career.

    When finished with Yellow Level - Story 1 - “Setting Career Goals”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 185 unique words, 212 sentences, and 2598 running words and a lexical density of 7.12

    Life Skills Yellow Level – Story 2 - “Achieving Goals” is the second story from the fourth level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks discusses the importance of achieving career goals. It is designed to give ways to achieve these goals. Key words taught in this story are: quiet, drafts, spelling, written, loan, luck, knowing, might, success, sketching, place, summary, counselor, involves, listen, believe, elaborate, yourself. Key phrases taught are: find an excuse, how to overcome, most important to you, continue to do this, need special training, have the qualifications, achieve your goals, write down the steps.

    When finished with Yellow Level - Story 2 - “Achieving Goals”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 256 unique words, 321 sentences, and 2974 running words and a lexical density of 8.60

    Life Skills Yellow Level – Story 3 - “How to Develop Your Job Interview Skills” is the third story from the fourth level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks discusses the how to interview for a job. Key words taught in this story are: interview, employer, appearance, greet, potential, during, important, punctuality, arrive, smile, requires, knowledge, counselor, applicants, plenty, impression, neatness, mirror, handshake, polite, pleasant, questions, interest, personalities, conversation. Key phrases taught are: how to interview, for a job, a skill that requires practice, very important to a career, the first step, your appearance is the first impression, arrive a few minutes early, a successful job interview.

    When finished with Yellow Level - Story 3 - “How to Develop Your Job Interview Skills”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 152 unique words, 249 sentences, and 2494 running words and a lexical density of 6.09

    Life Skills Yellow Level – Story 4 - “How to Develop Your Job Interview Skills” is the fourth story from the fourth level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks discusses the how to interview for a job. Key words taught in this story are: interview, employer, appearance, greet, potential, during, important, punctuality, arrive, smile, requires, knowledge, counselor, applicants, plenty, impression, neatness, mirror, handshake, polite, pleasant, questions, interest, personalities, conversation. Key phrases taught are: how to interview, for a job, a skill that requires practice, very important to a career, the first step, your appearance is the first impression, arrive a few minutes early, a successful job interview.

    When finished with Yellow Level - Story 4 - “How to Develop Your Job Interview Skills”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 151 unique words, 249 sentences, and 2523 running words and a lexical density of 6.65

    Life Skills Yellow Level – Story 5 - “Good Work Habits” is the fifth story from the fourth level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks discusses the how keep a job. Key words taught in this story are: attitude, positive, means, responsible, manner. Key phrases taught are: keeping a job, just as important, have a positive attitude, show how happy you are, let others know, to feel good, in a responsible manner.

    When finished with Yellow Level - Story 5 - “Good Work Habits”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 169 unique words, 206 sentences, and 2976 running words and a lexical density of 5.67

    Life Skills Yellow Level – Story 6 - “Self-Confidence” is the sixth and final story from the fourth level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks about the importance of self-confidence. Key words taught in this story are: confidence, mistakes, failure, expect, wrong, employers, correct, successful, nothing, afraid, better, responsibilities, embarrassed, forward, reason, developing, handle, themselves, honest. Key phrases taught are: can handle the responsibilities, nothing wrong with failing, made a mistake, on their jobs, can’t do their jobs.

    When finished with Yellow Level - Story 6 - “Self-Confidence”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 155 unique words, 299 sentences, and 2779 running words and a lexical density of 5.57

    ***THIS PRODUCT, THE BLUE LEVEL ONE DIGITAL DOWNLOADABLE COPY OF ALL STORIES, IS ONLY AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD ONE TIME AND IS NOT AUTHORIZED FOR RESELL, OR DISTRIBUTION TO OTHER PARTIES UNLESS EXPRESSLY AUTHORIZED IN WRITING BY THE PUBLISHER.***

    $49.95

    $49.95


  • Life Skills – Yellow Level – All Yellow Stories - “Employment” - One Online Student/Child Single-Level License for 12 months


     

     

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    Life Skills - Yellow Level- One Online Student/Child License for 1 student for Failure Free Reading’s Maroon Level I Instructional Materials, for 12 months.

    Life Skills teaches mastery of the critical vocabulary essential for reading success such as: the most common words and critical life skill vocabulary centering on four themes: getting an apartment, getting a driver’s license, getting the facts on drugs and getting a job.

    Life Skills is designed to give students with reading abilities as low as 0.0 and cognitive IQs of 35 and higher the chance to read with fluency and comprehension from age appropriate theme and appearance.

    Life Skills Yellow Level

    Yellow Level is for students/children/adolescents/adults reading with a 4th-5th grade reading level and IQs as low as 35. Yellow Level is suitable for: Ages 16-Adults: early reading, beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Maroon Level is designed to:

    • significantly enhance vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self confidence for the student
    • teach mastery of critical 3rd grade academic English words
    • teach complex text
    • provide hours and hours of self-paced online instruction

    When finished, your student/child will have completed

    • 36 Units of Instruction
    • hundreds of computer reinforcement activities,
    • different interrelated software applications per lesson, designed to teach word, sentence, paragraph mastery, as well as spelling.

    Yellow Level helps the Teacher/Parent by providing:

    • access to abundant pre-recorded “how-to” training videos and informative implementation handouts/checklists.
    • live technical and methodology support via toll free phone or email
      • 1-888-233-READ or support@failurefree.com
    • access to the Yellow Level Electronic Library, which includes:
      • Scripted Teacher/Parent Manuals for Instruction
      • Independent Activities (pencil & paper printable activities)
      • Flash Cards
      • Complex Text Stories
      • Criterion Reference Tests
      • Parent Communication Packs
      • Writing Composition Activities
    • Abundant infinitely scalable online reporting features, including:
      • Time on Task
      • Student Progress
      • Student/Class/School/District Summary Reports
      • Reading Ability Growth
      • Reading Attitude (self confidence)

    Detailed Descriptions of Failure Free Reading’s Six Yellow Level Stories:

    Life Skills Yellow Level – Story 1 - “Setting Career Goals” is the first story from the fourth level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks importance of setting career goals. It is designed to help understand the concept of goals and why they are important in life. Key words taught in this story are: career, goals, some, achieve, choose, involve, counselor, person, helping, examples, happen, trained, professional, living, requires, qualifications, policemen, mechanic, architect, artist, firemen, auto, layer, technician. Key phrases taught are: short term goals, who is trained, helping people choose, knowing the skills and qualifications, going to visit, deciding on a career.

    When finished with Yellow Level - Story 1 - “Setting Career Goals”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 185 unique words, 212 sentences, and 2598 running words and a lexical density of 7.12

    Life Skills Yellow Level – Story 2 - “Achieving Goals” is the second story from the fourth level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks discusses the importance of achieving career goals. It is designed to give ways to achieve these goals. Key words taught in this story are: quiet, drafts, spelling, written, loan, luck, knowing, might, success, sketching, place, summary, counselor, involves, listen, believe, elaborate, yourself. Key phrases taught are: find an excuse, how to overcome, most important to you, continue to do this, need special training, have the qualifications, achieve your goals, write down the steps.

    When finished with Yellow Level - Story 2 - “Achieving Goals”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 256 unique words, 321 sentences, and 2974 running words and a lexical density of 8.60

    Life Skills Yellow Level – Story 3 - “How to Develop Your Job Interview Skills” is the third story from the fourth level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks discusses the how to interview for a job. Key words taught in this story are: interview, employer, appearance, greet, potential, during, important, punctuality, arrive, smile, requires, knowledge, counselor, applicants, plenty, impression, neatness, mirror, handshake, polite, pleasant, questions, interest, personalities, conversation. Key phrases taught are: how to interview, for a job, a skill that requires practice, very important to a career, the first step, your appearance is the first impression, arrive a few minutes early, a successful job interview.

    When finished with Yellow Level - Story 3 - “How to Develop Your Job Interview Skills”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 152 unique words, 249 sentences, and 2494 running words and a lexical density of 6.09

    Life Skills Yellow Level – Story 4 - “How to Develop Your Job Interview Skills” is the fourth story from the fourth level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks discusses the how to interview for a job. Key words taught in this story are: interview, employer, appearance, greet, potential, during, important, punctuality, arrive, smile, requires, knowledge, counselor, applicants, plenty, impression, neatness, mirror, handshake, polite, pleasant, questions, interest, personalities, conversation. Key phrases taught are: how to interview, for a job, a skill that requires practice, very important to a career, the first step, your appearance is the first impression, arrive a few minutes early, a successful job interview.

    When finished with Yellow Level - Story 4 - “How to Develop Your Job Interview Skills”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 151 unique words, 249 sentences, and 2523 running words and a lexical density of 6.65

    Life Skills Yellow Level – Story 5 - “Good Work Habits” is the fifth story from the fourth level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks discusses the how keep a job. Key words taught in this story are: attitude, positive, means, responsible, manner. Key phrases taught are: keeping a job, just as important, have a positive attitude, show how happy you are, let others know, to feel good, in a responsible manner.

    When finished with Yellow Level - Story 5 - “Good Work Habits”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 169 unique words, 206 sentences, and 2976 running words and a lexical density of 5.67

    Life Skills Yellow Level – Story 6 - “Self-Confidence” is the sixth and final story from the fourth level of Failure Free Reading’s four Life Skills Levels. This story talks about the importance of self-confidence. Key words taught in this story are: confidence, mistakes, failure, expect, wrong, employers, correct, successful, nothing, afraid, better, responsibilities, embarrassed, forward, reason, developing, handle, themselves, honest. Key phrases taught are: can handle the responsibilities, nothing wrong with failing, made a mistake, on their jobs, can’t do their jobs.

    When finished with Yellow Level - Story 6 - “Self-Confidence”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 155 unique words, 299 sentences, and 2779 running words and a lexical density of 5.57

     

    $39.95

    $39.95

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