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


    “Failure Free Reading is an effective reading intervention for our students who have been resistant to phonics-based reading instruction.  Within the first week of implementation, the students participating were excited they could read a story.  ...  It is evident that participating in the Failure Free reading group has become a highlight of their day.  We are so thrilled to have the Failure Free Reading intervention ...” Catherine W., Reading Resource Teacher


    A personal 'state of the art' reading comprehension clinic at your fingertips!

     

    This is the most intensive, fastest-acting online reading comprehension intervention available. Backed by over thirty years of on-going research and published in nine national and international peer-reviewed reading research journals. This is the 'meat and potatoes' brain-based software package specifically designed to 'fast-track' the reading comprehension, expressive fluency, vocabulary, spelling, written composition and confidence of your chronically failing readers.

    The online software, abundant downable PDFs and the abundant reporting features, turns your class into a complete 'state of the art' reading clinic.

    This license gives you immediate access to ALL LEVELS of Failure Free Reading’s Diagnostic/ Prescriptive/ Instructional Online Solutions, including: Joseph's Readers Elementary Online Software, Verbal Master Middle and High School Online Software, and Life Skills - A School to Work Transition Online Software Intervention for Special Needs High School Students with IQs as low as 35. Perfect for RTI Tier III.

    Suitable for Grades 1 to adult.

    Perfect for: at-risk, minority, English Language Learners, Deaf, Specific Learning Disabilities, RTI Tier II and Tier III, ID, BEH, TBI and students with Autism.

    Oral and visual online directions come in English, Spanish and ASL video clips.

    This is the program you must have when all other interventions have failed to produce the growth in comprehension and expressive fluency you desperately seek.

    Even better, this software comes complete with a very easy to use 'quick start guide' and access to online training videos and resources.

    “The students currently enrolled in the Failure Free Reading intervention have shown amazing gains.  All students have increased their reading level, some as much a three to four grade levels as measured by the FFR assessments.  In addition, the students’ attitudes toward reading have improved dramatically as well.  Students who first thought of themselves as non-readers, are now more confident in their abilities and view themselves as successful readers.  The program has been a hit!” Tim M., Principal

    The  Online Software Includes:

    3500 Total Reinforcement Activities

    over 40 Integrated Software Applications

    100s of Hours of Instruction

    Over 500 Individual Online Lessons

    27 Stories of Increasing Lexile Complexity

    Over 100 Downloadable PDFs for a completely 100% coordinated multi-sensory curriculum

    Hundreds of color graphics

    Thousands of sound resources in English and Spanish for directions and definitions

    Abundant Student Data Management Programs by student, classroom, school or district

    Daily Graphic Growth Report

    Complete Online Diagnositic Prescriptive Assessment

    Everything you need to change the reading ability and confidence of a chronicaly struggling student in a very, very easy to use format.

    Start almost immediately thanks to our quick start guide and instructional videos.

    “In the eight years that I have been a teaching assistant I have seen the greatest student progress with Failure Free Reading.  I would highly recommend this program for any child that is struggling with reading and has little self-confidence.  All of my students loved to work on Failure Free.  If I had allowed them, they would have done only Failure Free all day!” Lois R., Teaching Assistant

    [ What You Get! ]

    12 month Online License: Includes access to Online Diagnostic Prescriptive, access to all levels and lessons in the methodology, online testing, instructional recorded training videos, online reporting, the Electronic Library of pdf files for all our print materials, all technical support, data archiving/hosting and access to the Reading Attitude Survey.

    Unit Price is $150 per licence. While the license is transferable, it can only serve one student at a time.

    The Failure Free Reading Levels (INCLUDED):

    Joseph's Readers:

    • Red Level - Grades K-1
    • Green Level  - Grades 1.5-2
    • Orange Level  - Grades 2-3
    • Teal Level  - Grades 4-5


    Verbal Master:

    • Verbal Master I - Grades 6-7
    • Verbal Master II - Grades 8-9
    • Verbal Master III - Grades 10-11
    • Verbal Master IV - Grade 12+


    Life Skills (Additional Stories):

    • Blue Level - Independent Living - designed for students with a 0.0 to 1st grade reading ability
    • Purple Level - Driver's License - designed for students with a 2.0 to 3rd grade reading ability
    • Maroon Level - Drug Prevention - designed for students with a 3.0 to 4th grade reading ability
    • Yellow Level - Employment - designed for students with a 4th grade and higher reading ability


    Each Level is designed to:

    • significantly enhance the reading mastery of critical academic vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self-confidence for a student or students of your choice
    • teaches mastery of the most frequently used grade level nouns, pronouns, adverbs and adjectives most generic to stories found in school and library texts written at all grade levels (K-12) over 4000 of the most frequently used words found in print material in the most meaningful and predictable context
    • provides hundreds and hundreds of hours of online instruction with easy to follow scripted oral directions – available in English, Spanish and/or ASL (Sign Language.)

    The Failure Free Reading Online Program helps a Teacher by providing:

    • access to our really easy to use 'quick start' guide and 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 downloadable PDFs:
      • 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 and infinitely scalable online reporting features, including:
      • Time on Task
      • Student Progress
      • Student/Class/School/District Summary Reports
      • Reading Ability Growth
      • Reading Attitude (self confidence)

     

    $150.00 $75.00

    $150.00 $75.00


  • 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

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