FFR's Print Library Products


  • Joseph's Readers Print Library


    Elementary Solution (serves 0.0-5th grade reading levels)

    Multi-sensory language development for non-readers!


    [ What You Get! ]
     

    Failure Free Reading’s original research-based core program explicitly teaches word recognition, comprehension and fluency in the context of age-appropriate stories controlled for repetition, syntax and semantics. Following placement using a software-based Diagnostic/Prescriptive assessment, small group, pullout or individual instruction follows a consistent 3 Step Methodology designed to build confidence, independence, and maximize time on task!

    • For Students reading at levels of 1st Grade – 5th Grade
    • The Elementary Solution Teaches: 2,605 Unique Academic English Words in Grades 1-5
    • 5,304 English Sentences
    • 6,000 Academic English Practice Activities
    • Mastery of these 2,000+ unique academic English words will allow students to read 90% of the words seen in grades 1-9!

    Elementary Non-Consumable Components:

    • Scripted Teacher Manual – one copy/level
    • Instructional Readers – six copies/level
    • Parent Communication Packet (English & Spanish) –one copy/level
    • Flashcards
    • Student Criterion Reference Test – one per level
    • Teacher Criterion Reference Test with Student Record Sheets – one per level
    • Illustrated Booklets (six copies of each story)
    • Professional Development Kit
    • Blackline Master – Available on Win/Mac CD and
    • NEW Online Electronic Library:
    • Includes electronic versions of print components PLUS:
    • Eight different Independent Activities per lesson
    • Writing Activities for Orange & Teal Levels
    • One Certificate of Excellence per story

     

    $3,500.00

    $3,500.00


  • 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


  • Secondary Print Library


    FFR's Secondary solution (Serves Reading Levels of 2nd Grade to SAT/ACT Prep, usually implemented in 6th-Adult classrooms)


    [ What You Get! ]
     

    Image is everything. Middle and high School students reading well below third grade level don’t want a program filled with childish elementary content and images. Fortunately, your students can do much more. Your adolescent non-responders who couldn’t sound out the word “rain,” will learn to read, write, and spell age appropriate words, such as, “precipitation” regardless of their prior reading ability.  Failure Free Reading's materials use only real world situations with NO DANCING BEARS OR BUNNY RABBITS.  

    FFR’s Secondary Solution consist of the upper level Orange & Teal levels (grade levels 2-5) with all of the Verbal Master levels (grade levels 6-12.) 

    Orange & Teal Levels Include:

    • Scripted Teacher Manual- one copy/level
    • Parent Communication Packet (English & Spanish)- one copy/level
    • Flashcards
    • Student Criterion Reference Test- One per level
    • Teacher Criterion Reference Test with Student Record Sheets- one per level
    • Illustrated Booklets (six copies of each story)
    • Professional Development Kit
    • Blackline Master- Available on Win/Mac CD and
    • New Online Electronic Library”
    • Includes electronic versions of print components PLUS:
    • Eight different independent activities per lesson
    • Writing activities for Orange & Teal levels
    • One Certificate of Excellence per story

    Verbal Master Levels I-IV:

    • Scripted Teacher Manual- one copy/level
    • Blackline Master- binder, Win/Mac CD and
    • New Online Electronic Library:
    • Student Workbook- four activities per unit
    • Writing Activities- five per unit
    • Parent Communication Packet- one per unit
    • Complex Text Stories (cluster stories)- six per level
    • Flashcards
    • Student Criterion Reference Test- six per level
    • Teacher Criterion Reference Test- six per level

     

    $3,500.00

                          Secondary Print Library

    $3,500.00


  • Verbal Master Print Library


    Verbal Master Solution (serves 6th-SAT/ACT reading levels)


    [ What You Get! ]
     

    Verbal Master is a supplemental language arts curriculum that integrates word recognition activities, explicit/multi-sensory comprehension instruction, and writing. Now even the most severely delayed readers can rapidly improve vocabulary, fluency, critical thinking, productive time on task, background knowledge, and confidence!

    Verbal Master is age- appropriate and self-paced. Suitable for struggling- gifted readers with no reading level prerequisite!

    Verbal Master Print Solution includes:

    • Scripted Teacher Manual (1 copy/level),
    • Parent Communication Packet (1 copy/level),
    • Student and Teacher Criterion Reference Tests (1 copy/level),
    • Flashcards,
    • Word List (1 copy/level),
    • Blackline Master Student Workbook (4 activites/unit),
    • Professional Development Kit,
    • Writing Activites (5 activities/unit),
    • Complex Text Stories (6 stories/level)

    $2,000.00

    $2,000.00


  • Verbal Master Teacher Pack


    Verbal Master Teacher Pack.


    [ What You Get! ]


    1 - Verbal Master Teacher Pack - Limited Print (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) *Verbal Master 1-4 Levels; Serves Reading Levels of 2nd through 12th Grades.*

    FFR's Verbal Master solution (Serves Reading Levels of 2nd Grade to SAT/ACT Prep, usually implemented in 6th-Adult classrooms)

    Image is everything. Middle and high School students reading well below third grade level don’t want a program filled with childish elementary content and images. Fortunately, your students can do much more. Your adolescent non-responders who couldn’t sound out the word “rain,” will learn to read, write, and spell age appropriate words, such as, “precipitation” regardless of their prior reading ability.  Failure Free Reading's materials use only real world situations with NO DANCING BEARS OR BUNNY RABBITS.  

    FFR’s Secondary Solution consist of ALL of the Verbal Master levels (grade levels 6-12.) 

     

    $1,250.00

    $1,250.00


  • CYBER WEEK SPECIAL! - Beginning Reading Intervention - Print & Online Software - For Your Non-Reader



    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.


     

    Failure Free Reading Print Red Level

    Failure Free Reading Print Red Level is the first of Failure Free Reading Print’s eight instructional levels ranging from beginning first grade to SAT/ACT content. Red is for students with a K-1st grade reading level. Red Level is suitable for: Ages 5-10 yrs., beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Red Level is designed to:

    • significantly enhance vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self-confidence
    • teach mastery of over 180 unique academic English words
    • teach mastery of most of the Dolch 220 words and the critical nouns, pronouns, adverbs and adjectives most generic to stories found in school and library texts written at a beginning 1st grade level
    • provide hours and hours student instruction and independence
    • allow previous non-readers to read 7 Red Level stories with comprehension and expression

    Failure Free Reading Print Red Level helps the Teacher/Parent by providing:

    • An Easy to Follow Scripted Teacher/Parent Manual
    • Abundant Independent Reinforcement Activities
    • Flash Cards
    • Illustrated Readers (story books)
    • Instructional Readers
    • Criterion Reference Tests Measuring Growth in: Word Recognition, Fluency and Comprehension
    • Parent Communication Packs

    Detailed Descriptions of Failure Free Reading Print’s Seven Red Level Stories:

    Red Level – Story 1 - “Going to the Park” is the first story from the Red level of Failure Free Reading’s eight instructional levels. Red Level is for students with a K-1st grade reading level. Red Level is suitable for: Ages 5-10 yrs.: early reading, beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Red Level - Story 1 “Going to the Park” sets the stage for the seven interrelated stories found in this level based on the common theme of going to a park. In this story, your student/child will read about the many different things one sees in the park. In this story, the person starts out on this trip with his/her mother and father.

    Story I “Going to the Park” is perfect to start the overall reading process. This is where they will begin to experience what it feels like to read with expression, comprehension and confidence. Key words taught in this story: Park, Father, Mother, Drive, Car, Country, Road, Bus, Truck, Boys, Girls, Walk, Look, Around

    When finished with Red Level - Story 1 “Going to the Park”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 5 pages, 33 unique words, 82 sentences, and 643 running words!

    Red Level - Story 2 “At the Lake” continues with the common theme of going to a park. In this story, your student/child will read about the many different things one sees at a lake in the park. Key words taught in this story: Lake, Fish, Boats, People, Swimming, Turtles, Frogs, Sitting, Green, Six, One, Two, Water, Three, Jumping, Ground, Next, Look, Happy

    When finished with Red Level - Story 2 “At the Lake”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 38 unique words, 175 sentences, and 1381 running words with a Lexile Density of 2.75

    Red Level - Story 3 “A Walk in the Woods” continues the common theme of going to a park. In this story, your student/child will read about the many different things one sees on the walk in the woods in the park. Key words taught in this story: Path, Woods, Dogs, Birds, Big, Playing, Likes, Run, Jump, Little, Walking, Bark, Four, Branch, Happy, Look, Tree

    When finished with Red Level - Story 3 “A Walk in the Woods”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 33 unique words, 117 sentences, and 979 running words with a Lexile Density of 3.37

    Red Level - Story 4 “Eating Lunch” continues the common theme of going to a park. In this story, your student/child will read about eating lunch on the trip to the park. Key words taught in this story: Eat, Lunch, Home, Morning, Made, Table, Under, Our, At, Fruit, Soup, Sandwiches, Drinking, Juice, Finished, Afternoon, Garbage, and these key phrases: Pick up, Throw away

    When finished with Red Level - Story 4 “Eating Lunch”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 41 unique words, 117 sentences, and 804 running words with a Lexile Density of 5.37

    Red Level - Story 5 “A Pony Ride” continues the common theme of going to a park. In this story, your student/child will read about going on a pony ride on the trip to the park. Key words taught in this story: Out, Clown, Funny, Paint, Sign, Hand, Words, Selling, Tickets, Without, Money, Cannot, Give, Present, and key phrases A Walk, Pony Ride, Being Good, Went Fast

    When finished with Red Level - Story 5 “A Pony Ride”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 52 unique words, 145 sentences, and 1274 running words with a Lexile Density of 4.23

    Red Level - Story 6 “Sitting Down and Looking Around” continues the common theme of going to a park. In this story, your student/child will read about what they can see while sitting down and looking around in the park. Key words taught in this story: Bench, Five, Seven, Song, Bikes, Near, Catch, Throws, Too, High, Hit, Window, Break, Crack, Shatter, and key phrases: Having Fun, Bike Path

    When finished with Red Level - Story 6 “Sitting Down and Looking Around”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 57 unique words, 116 sentences, and 1062 running words with a Lexile Density of 5.36

    Red Level - Story 7 “Time to Leave” continues the common theme of going to a park. In this story, your student/child will read a summary about what they did and saw during the day on their trip to the park. Key words taught in this story: Path, Start, Rain, Afternoon, Hot, Coat, Umbrella, Fast, Today, Liked, Seeing, Turtles, Walking, Woods, Mother, Eating, Lake, Bringing, Thanked, Park, Country, and key phrases: Coming Down Very Hard, Time to Leave

    When finished with Red Level - Story 7 “Time to Leave”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 70 unique words, 209 sentences, and 1818 running words with a Lexile Density of 3.96.

    $749.99 $249.99

    $749.99 $249.99


  • CYBER WEEK SPECIAL! - Beginning Reading Intervention - Print Only - For Your Non-Reader



    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.


     

    Failure Free Reading Print Red Level

    Failure Free Reading Print Red Level is the first of Failure Free Reading Print’s eight instructional levels ranging from beginning first grade to SAT/ACT content. Red is for students with a K-1st grade reading level. Red Level is suitable for: Ages 5-10 yrs., beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Red Level is designed to:

    • significantly enhance vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self-confidence
    • teach mastery of over 180 unique academic English words
    • teach mastery of most of the Dolch 220 words and the critical nouns, pronouns, adverbs and adjectives most generic to stories found in school and library texts written at a beginning 1st grade level
    • provide hours and hours student instruction and independence
    • allow previous non-readers to read 7 Red Level stories with comprehension and expression

    Failure Free Reading Print Red Level helps the Teacher/Parent by providing:

    • An Easy to Follow Scripted Teacher/Parent Manual
    • Abundant Independent Reinforcement Activities
    • Flash Cards
    • Illustrated Readers (story books)
    • Instructional Readers
    • Criterion Reference Tests Measuring Growth in: Word Recognition, Fluency and Comprehension
    • Parent Communication Packs

    Detailed Descriptions of Failure Free Reading Print’s Seven Red Level Stories:

    Red Level – Story 1 - “Going to the Park” is the first story from the Red level of Failure Free Reading’s eight instructional levels. Red Level is for students with a K-1st grade reading level. Red Level is suitable for: Ages 5-10 yrs.: early reading, beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Red Level - Story 1 “Going to the Park” sets the stage for the seven interrelated stories found in this level based on the common theme of going to a park. In this story, your student/child will read about the many different things one sees in the park. In this story, the person starts out on this trip with his/her mother and father.

    Story I “Going to the Park” is perfect to start the overall reading process. This is where they will begin to experience what it feels like to read with expression, comprehension and confidence. Key words taught in this story: Park, Father, Mother, Drive, Car, Country, Road, Bus, Truck, Boys, Girls, Walk, Look, Around

    When finished with Red Level - Story 1 “Going to the Park”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 5 pages, 33 unique words, 82 sentences, and 643 running words!

    Red Level - Story 2 “At the Lake” continues with the common theme of going to a park. In this story, your student/child will read about the many different things one sees at a lake in the park. Key words taught in this story: Lake, Fish, Boats, People, Swimming, Turtles, Frogs, Sitting, Green, Six, One, Two, Water, Three, Jumping, Ground, Next, Look, Happy

    When finished with Red Level - Story 2 “At the Lake”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 38 unique words, 175 sentences, and 1381 running words with a Lexile Density of 2.75

    Red Level - Story 3 “A Walk in the Woods” continues the common theme of going to a park. In this story, your student/child will read about the many different things one sees on the walk in the woods in the park. Key words taught in this story: Path, Woods, Dogs, Birds, Big, Playing, Likes, Run, Jump, Little, Walking, Bark, Four, Branch, Happy, Look, Tree

    When finished with Red Level - Story 3 “A Walk in the Woods”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 33 unique words, 117 sentences, and 979 running words with a Lexile Density of 3.37

    Red Level - Story 4 “Eating Lunch” continues the common theme of going to a park. In this story, your student/child will read about eating lunch on the trip to the park. Key words taught in this story: Eat, Lunch, Home, Morning, Made, Table, Under, Our, At, Fruit, Soup, Sandwiches, Drinking, Juice, Finished, Afternoon, Garbage, and these key phrases: Pick up, Throw away

    When finished with Red Level - Story 4 “Eating Lunch”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 41 unique words, 117 sentences, and 804 running words with a Lexile Density of 5.37

    Red Level - Story 5 “A Pony Ride” continues the common theme of going to a park. In this story, your student/child will read about going on a pony ride on the trip to the park. Key words taught in this story: Out, Clown, Funny, Paint, Sign, Hand, Words, Selling, Tickets, Without, Money, Cannot, Give, Present, and key phrases A Walk, Pony Ride, Being Good, Went Fast

    When finished with Red Level - Story 5 “A Pony Ride”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 52 unique words, 145 sentences, and 1274 running words with a Lexile Density of 4.23

    Red Level - Story 6 “Sitting Down and Looking Around” continues the common theme of going to a park. In this story, your student/child will read about what they can see while sitting down and looking around in the park. Key words taught in this story: Bench, Five, Seven, Song, Bikes, Near, Catch, Throws, Too, High, Hit, Window, Break, Crack, Shatter, and key phrases: Having Fun, Bike Path

    When finished with Red Level - Story 6 “Sitting Down and Looking Around”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 57 unique words, 116 sentences, and 1062 running words with a Lexile Density of 5.36

    Red Level - Story 7 “Time to Leave” continues the common theme of going to a park. In this story, your student/child will read a summary about what they did and saw during the day on their trip to the park. Key words taught in this story: Path, Start, Rain, Afternoon, Hot, Coat, Umbrella, Fast, Today, Liked, Seeing, Turtles, Walking, Woods, Mother, Eating, Lake, Bringing, Thanked, Park, Country, and key phrases: Coming Down Very Hard, Time to Leave

    When finished with Red Level - Story 7 “Time to Leave”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 70 unique words, 209 sentences, and 1818 running words with a Lexile Density of 3.96.

    $499.99 $199.99

    $499.99 $199.99


  • Green Level – Story 1 - “The Farm Visit” - One Failure Free Reading Online Student/Child Single-Story License for 12 months and One Printed Copy of Failure Free Reading’s Single-Story Instructional Materials



    This is the printed version of this story and its instructional materials, delivered by postal courier.

    Green Level – Story 1 - “The Farm Visit” is the first story from the Green level of Failure Free Reading’s eight instructional levels. Green. which is the second level in the Failure Free Reading series, is perfect for students: Ages 5-10 yrs.: early reading, beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Green Level - Story 1 “The Farm Visit” sets the stage for the six interrelated stories found in this level based on the common theme of going to a farm. Your student/child will read about the many different things one sees at the farm. In this story, the person starts out on going on a trip to visit his aunt and uncle who live on a farm.

    Story I “The Farm Visit” is perfect to start to expand your child/student’s mastery of the overall reading process. This is where he/she will begin to experience what it feels like to read with expression, comprehension and confidence. Key words taught in this story: Visit, Aunt, Uncle, Farm, Always, Wish, Stay, Arrive, Tractor, Cut, Carry, Crops, Feed, Never, Listen, Hurt, Fun, And the following key phrases: Far, away, May come over, As soon as, So soon


    When finished with Green Level - Story 1 “The Farm Visit”, your student/child will have completed: 10 pages, 74 unique words, 144 sentences, and 1541 running words and a lexical density of 4.93

    [ What You Get! ]

    Green Level is the second of Failure Free Reading eight instructional levels ranging from beginning first grade to SAT/ACT content. Green is for students with a 1st grade reading level. Green Level is suitable for: Ages 6-11 yrs., beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Green Level is designed to:

    • significantly enhance vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self confidence for the student
    • teach mastery of 264 unique academic English words
    • teach mastery of most of the Dolch 220 words and the critical nouns, pronouns, adverbs and adjectives most generic to stories found in school and library texts written at the middle of the 1st grade level
    • provide hours of online instruction with easy to follow scripted oral directions – available in English, Spanish and/or ASL (Sign Language.)

    When finished, your student/child will have completed

    • Green Level stories containing a total of 60 pages, 61 sentences, and 787 running words!
    • hundreds of computer reinforcement activities,
    • six different interrelated software applications per lesson, designed to teach word, sentence, paragraph mastery, as well as spelling.

    The Green 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 Green Level, which includes:
      • Scripted Teacher/Parent Manuals for Instruction
      • Independent Activities (pencil & paper printable activities)
      • Flash Cards
      • Illustrated Readers (story books)
      • Instructional Readers
      • Criterion Reference Tests
      • Parent Communication Packs
    • 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)

     

    $49.95

    $49.95


  • Teal Level – Story 1 - “The Gas Station” - One Failure Free Reading Online Student/Child Single-Story License for 12 months and One Printed Copy of Failure Free Reading’s Single-Story Instructional Materials


    This is the printed version of this story and its instructional materials, delivered by postal courier.

    Teal Level – Story 1 - “Going on a Train Ride” is the first story from the Teal level of Failure Free Reading’s eight instructional levels. Teal. which is the fourth level in the Failure Free Reading series, is perfect for students: Ages 9-adult: beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Teal Level - Story 1 “The Gas Station” sets the stage for the seven interrelated stories found in the Teal level. It is based on the common theme of shopping at the mall. The first three stories in the Teal Level teach mastery of critical vocabulary found in beginning fourth grade. The next three stories in the Teal Level series teach mastery of critical vocabulary found at the end of fourth grade. The last two Teal stories teach mastery of critical vocabulary found throughout fifth grade. Each story is very powerful. They will introduce a large number of critical vocabulary in a very rapid and accelerated pace.

    Teal Level - Story 1 “The Gas Station” is the first story in the Teal level series. Your student/child will read a story about going on a ride to the downtown mall to buy a birthday present and meet a friend. Key words taught in this story: Downtown, Mall, Younger, Remind, Wallet, Pocket, Book, Remember, Forgotten, Arrived, Purchase, Gasoline, Transmission, Located, Mechanic, Neighborhood, Engines, Unleaded, Check, Pump, Clean, Windshield, Air Pressure, Write, Filling, Continue

    When finished with Teal Level - Story 1 “The Gas Station”, your student/child will have completed: 10 pages, 145 unique words, 89 sentences, and 1555 running words and a lexical density of 9.32

    [ What You Get! ]

    Teal Level is the fourth of Failure Free Reading eight instructional levels ranging from beginning first grade to SAT/ACT content. Teal is for students with a 4th-5th grade reading level. Teal Level is suitable for: Ages 8-13 yrs., beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Teal Level is designed to:

    • significantly enhance vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self confidence for the student
    • teach mastery of 1,281 unique academic English words
    • teach mastery of most of the Dolch 220 words and the critical nouns, pronouns, adverbs and adjectives most generic to stories found in school and library texts written at the 4th-5th grade level
    • provide hours of online instruction with easy to follow scripted oral directions – available in English, Spanish and/or ASL (Sign Language.)

    When finished, your student/child will have completed

    • 7 Teal Level stories containing a total of 75 pages, 557 sentences, and 8,303 running words!
    • hundreds of computer reinforcement activities,
    • six different interrelated software applications per lesson, designed to teach word, sentence, paragraph mastery, as well as spelling.

    The Teal 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 Teal Level, which includes:
      • Scripted Teacher/Parent Manuals for Instruction
      • Independent Activities (pencil & paper printable activities)
      • Flash Cards
      • Illustrated Readers (story books)
      • Instructional Readers
      • Criterion Reference Tests
      • Parent Communication Packs
    • 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)

     

    $49.95

    $49.95


  • Verbal Master Level 1 – All Cluster Stories - Six Printed Copies of All Stories in Failure Free Reading’s Verbal Master 1 Single-Level Instructional Materials



    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.

    Failure Free Reading Print Verbal Master Level I

    Verbal Master Level l is the fifth of Failure Free Reading’s eight instructional levels ranging from beginning first grade to SAT/ACT content. Verbal Master Level I is for students with a 6th-7th grade reading level. Verbal Master Level I is suitable for: all ages,  English Language Learners, at-risk, RtI Tiers II & III interventions and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Verbal Master I is designed to:

    • significantly enhance vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self confidence for the student
    • teach mastery of critical 6th -7th grade academic English words
    • teach complex text

    When finished, your student/child will have completed

    • 36 Units of Instruction

    Verbal Master helps the Teacher/Parent by providing:

    • Copies of the Verbal Master Level 1  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 Verbal Master Level I Cluster Stories:

    Verbal Master I Cluster Story 1 - “Discussing Suspension.” This story is about an interview that is taking place between an assistant principal at a high school and a correspondent for a local TV news program. The correspondent asks the assistant principal why some kids get suspended from school and others do not.

    Extremely age- appropriate, this story will introduce your child/student to key phrases such as: ‘a state of confusion,’ ‘abandon good behavior’ and the phrase ‘cultivate such an argument.’ Among the words introduced: abandoned, adjustment, argument, assumes, assure attractive banquet, blunder, burden, coarse, combination and contribute.

    Verbal Master I Cluster Story 2 - “The Storm Chasers” This story is about a TV program dealing with storm chasers. In this story, your child/student will learn that the TV program has to do with a group of people who went on a storm chasing expedition. The narrator says that the program is very exciting. The narrator also admits that the TV program made him afraid as it showed a tornado funnel forming and touching down to the ground. The funnel caused a lot of damage and it demolished anything in its path.

    Extremely age- appropriate, this story will introduce your child/student to key phrases such as: ‘it was beyond description’ _and the phrase ‘descended out of a drenched sky.’ Among the words introduced: expand, expedition, exhausted, element, enable, formation, funnel, fiction, flee, granite, gorge and gratitude.

    Verbal Master I Cluster Story 3 - “Saving a Life” This story is about a car accident and a mechanic who saved a woman’s life after the accident. The horrific accident took place at a road junction of two major highways. The accident happened because the driver was unable to see well because of hindered his vision and how a mechanic saved the life of a woman who was trapped in her car and bleeding badly.

    Extremely age- appropriate, this story will introduce your child/student to key phrases such as: ‘his vision was hindered’ and the phrase ‘did not hesitate.’ Among the words introduced: injured, jagged, junction, label, lag latitude, literature, luxury, majority, major, and maintain.

    Verbal Master I Cluster Story 4 - “Security Dogs Save the Day” This story is about a dangerous parcel that was left in a railway station and found by security dogs who saved the city from danger.

    Extremely age- appropriate, this story will introduce your child/student to key phrases such as: ‘more than a mere nuisance’ and the phrase ‘felt the necessity.’ Among the words introduced: nuisance, neglect, original, oxygen, painful, permanent, reasonable and respectful.

    Verbal Master I Cluster Story 5 - “Looking at a Revolution” This story is about a  revolution taking place in a tiny republic. In the first part of the story, there is a scene shown on a screen in a squadron room. The scene is a satellite scan of a tiny republic where a revolution had taken place. A scientific team had assumed that there had been a bad revolution, and the satellite scans let them know they were right.

    Extremely age- appropriate, this story will introduce your child/student to key phrases such as: ‘the results confirmed the situation’ and the phrase ‘not a minor little scuffle.’ Among the words introduced: republic, revolution, satellite, squadron, selection, schedule, sprout and species.

    Verbal Master I Cluster Story 6 - “The Importance of Electricity” This story is about an electricity outage that caused air conditioners to stop working during the hottest days of the year. The first part of the story explains that the temperature was over one hundred degrees, and the people who were in the buildings were going through torture because they were so hot.

    Extremely age- appropriate, this story will introduce your child/student to key phrases such as: ‘the torment the heat was causing’ and the phrase ‘there was no time for vanity.’ Among the words introduced: smear, successful, sermon,  sincerely,   thermostat,   torment,  varnish,  utensils, wealthy and wondrous.

    $600.00

    $600.00


  • Verbal Master Level 2 – All Cluster Stories - Six Printed Copies of All Stories in Failure Free Reading’s Verbal Master 2 Single-Level Instructional Materials



    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.

     

    Failure Free Reading Print's Verbal Master Level ||


    Verbal Master Level II is the sixth of Failure Free Reading’s eight instructional levels ranging from beginning first grade to SAT/ACT content. Verbal Master Level II is for students with a 8th-9th grade reading level. Verbal Master Level II is suitable for: all ages, English Language Learners, at-risk, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Verbal Master II is designed to:

    • significantly enhance vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self confidence for the student
    • teach mastery of critical 8th -9th grade academic English words

    When finished, your student/child will have completed

    • 36 Units of Instruction

    Verbal Master helps the Teacher/Parent by providing:

     

    • Copies of the Verbal Master Level 2 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 Verbal Master Level II Cluster Stories:

    Verbal Master II - Cluster Story 1 - “The Brave Cavalry and Their Secret Plan.” This story is about a battle that took place, and how a brave cavalry was able to save the lives of many innocent civilians and how the cavalry was able to stop the criminals’ barbaric behavior.

    Extremely age- appropriate, this story will introduce your child/student to key phrases such as: ‘a state of confusion,’ ‘this was no customary battle’ and the phrase ‘this conflict was the reason for the armistice.’ Among the words introduced: acquaintance, astounded, barricade, bazaar, collision, calamity, civilian, convinced and classified.

    Verbal Master II - Cluster Story 2 - “A Defendant’s Deadly Crime” This story is about a defendant and the District Attorney who is trying to prove that the defendant is guilty of a crime.

    Extremely age- appropriate, this story will introduce your child/student to key phrases such as: ‘a state of confusion,’ ‘diminutive young woman’ and the phrase ‘the drought that devoured all of the plant life.’ Among the words introduced: desolate, dismay, domestic, drunkard, disinherit, dissatisfied, efficient, endanger and endure.

    Verbal Master II - Cluster Story 3 - “Escaping from Famine” This story is about an Ambassador and his fiancée who helped a population leave a land that been affected by famine for more than two years. Your child/student will learn that the Ambassador could not even imagine how bad the effects of the famine had been on the people who lived on that land.

    Extremely age- appropriate, this story will introduce your child/student to key phrases such as: ‘could not fathom how ferocious the effects had been’ and the phrase ‘held hostage to a land.’ Among the words introduced: envious, endurance, extraordinary, evacuate, fundamental, flaw, ferocious and homicide.

    Verbal Master II - Cluster Story 4 - “A Legion for Hope and Change” This story is about a constable, or an officer, who became angry when he saw the results of a collision caused by a drunk who made an illegal turn at a busy intersection.

    Extremely age- appropriate, this story will introduce your child/student to key phrases such as: ‘could not contain his anger’ and the phrase ‘enough evidence to induce.’ Among the words introduced: ignite, inspiration, inflame, infuriated, lunge, lyrics and locality.

    Verbal Master II - Cluster Story 5 - “A Monastery’s Extraordinary Mural” This story is about an old monastery with a very impressive mural painted on the ceiling. The story explains how massive the monastery is, and that it was built a long time ago by a small group of people who wanted to build a structure that would last a long time.

    Extremely age- appropriate, this story will introduce your child/student to key phrases such as: ‘hard to fathom’ and the phrase ‘endure throughout time.’ Among the words introduced: mural, masterpiece, minority, mammal, nomad, offend, option and precipitation.

    Verbal Master II - Cluster Story 6 - “How a Pharmacist Saved Endangered Nomads” This story is about a pharmacist who is receiving an award because of his efforts to help a group of nomads survive. The pharmacist looks back on how the whole story began, when a vague virus had been discovered

    Extremely age- appropriate, this story will introduce your child/student to key phrases such as: ‘did not like the prospect’ and the phrase ‘discovered a vague virus.’ Among the words introduced: pharmacist, prescription, prolonged, prosperity, reassure, recovery, singular, vegetation and vagabond.

    $600.00

    $600.00


  • Verbal Master Level 3 – All Cluster Stories - Six Printed Copies of All Stories in Failure Free Reading’s Verbal Master 3 Single-Level Instructional Materials



    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.


     

    Failure Free Reading Print's Verbal Master Level III

    Verbal Master Level III is the seventh of Failure Free Reading’s eight instructional levels ranging from beginning first grade to SAT/ACT content. Verbal Master Level II is for students with a 10th-11th grade reading level. Verbal Master Level III is suitable for: all ages, English Language Learners, at-risk, RtI Tiers II & III and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Verbal Master III is designed to:

    • significantly enhance vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self confidence for the student
    • teach mastery of critical 10th -11th grade academic English words
    • teach complex text

    When finished, your student/child will have completed

    • 36 Units of Instruction

    Verbal Master helps the Teacher/Parent by providing:

    • Copies of the Verbal Master Level 3 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 Verbal Master Level III Cluster Stories:

    Verbal Master III - Cluster Story 1 - “An Excuse for War” This story is about a leader of a gang and the leader of a belligerent country who come up with a conspiracy to start a war. The leader of the gang thinks up a conspiracy that almost brings two countries to war.

    Extremely age- appropriate, this story will introduce your child/student to key phrases such as: ‘console his client’ and the phrase ‘anonymous to the law.’ Among the words introduced: appalling, apparatus, accomplice, boisterous, coincide, contradict and catastrophe.

    Verbal Master III - Cluster Story 2 - “A Decade of Terror” This story is about a leader of a gang and the leader of a belligerent country who come up with a conspiracy to start a war. The leader of the gang thinks up a conspiracy that almost brings two countries to war.

    Extremely age- appropriate, this story will introduce your child/student to key phrases such as: ‘distort the truth’ and the phrase ‘console a friend.’ Among the words introduced: convulsion, capillary, dispensary, dilemma, exotic, eloquent and duped.

    Verbal Master III - Cluster Story 3 - “The Power of an Evil Leader” This story is about a country trying to sop the behavior of an evil leader. The people stood firm that they wanted him overthrown from power.

    Extremely age- appropriate, this story will introduce your child/student to key phrases such as: ‘pay homage’ and the phrase ‘exasperated people.’ Among the words introduced: endow,

    emerge, facility, formulate, gallows, glazed, homage and hypocrite.

    Verbal Master III - Cluster Story 4 - “Denounced Dreams and Illustrious Projects” This story is about an article describing the events that led up to the building of the Panama Canal, the magnitude of building the Panama Canal and the large amount of negativity toward the man who pursued such a thing.

    Extremely age- appropriate, this story will introduce your child/student to key phrases such as: ‘pulverize the project’ and the phrase ‘propulsion of the project.’ Among the words introduced: incandescent, impertinent illustrious, infirmary, magnitude, ordinance, predominant and propulsion.

    Verbal Master III - Cluster Story 5 - “Anger Destroyed Him” This story is about a teenage boy and his journey that left him crying in a jail cell. The boy had made a bad decision.

    Extremely age- appropriate, this story will introduce your child/student to key phrases such as: ‘the decision would not be repealed’ and the phrase ‘his plight was certain.’ Among the words porous,

    plight, rogue, revert, repealed, recuperate, secrete and sieve.

    Verbal Master III - Cluster Story 6 - “The Sinister Silhouette” This story is about a horror film that won best picture. The story begins by telling the opening scenes of the horror movie about a murder in a sorority house.

    Extremely age- appropriate, this story will introduce your child/student to key phrases such as: ‘showing great turmoil’ and the phrase ‘stupefied look.’ Among the words silhouette, secluded, superficial, synthetic, segregate, tributary, tabulate and vain.

    $600.00

    $600.00

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