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  • Red Level – Story 1 - “Going to the Park” - One Digital Downloadable Copy of Failure Free Reading’s Red Single-Story Instructional Materials



    This is an electronic copy of the printed version of this story and its instructional materials, available for you to download immediately.

    WHAT YOU GET:

    • Scripted Teacher Manual for Instruction
    • Independent Activities (pencil & paper printable activities)
    • Flash Cards
    • Illustrated Reader
    • Instructional Reader

    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!


     

    $19.95

    $19.95


  • Red Level – Story 2 - “At the Lake” - One Digital Downloadable Copy of Failure Free Reading’s Red Single-Story Instructional Materials


    This is an electronic copy of the printed version of this story and its instructional materials, available for you to download immediately.

    WHAT YOU GET:

    • Scripted Teacher Manual for Instruction
    • Independent Activities (pencil & paper printable activities)
    • Flash Cards
    • Illustrated Reader
    • Instructional Reader

    Red Level – Story 2 - “At the Lake” is the second 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 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

     

    $19.95

    $19.95


  • Red Level – Story 3 - “A Walk in the Woods” - One Digital Downloadable Copy of Failure Free Reading’s Red Single-Story Instructional Materials


    This is an electronic copy of the printed version of this story and its instructional materials, available for you to download immediately.

    WHAT YOU GET:

    • Scripted Teacher Manual for Instruction
    • Independent Activities (pencil & paper printable activities)
    • Flash Cards
    • Illustrated Reader
    • Instructional Reader

    Red Level – Story 3 - “A Walk in the Woods” is the third 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 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

     

    $19.95

    $19.95


  • Red Level – Story 4 - “Eating Lunch” - One Digital Downloadable Copy of Failure Free Reading’s Red Single-Story Instructional Materials


    This is an electronic copy of the printed version of this story and its instructional materials, available for you to download immediately.

    WHAT YOU GET:
    • Scripted Teacher Manual for Instruction
    • Independent Activities (pencil & paper printable activities)
    • Flash Cards
    • Illustrated Reader
    • Instructional Reader

    Red Level – Story 4 - “Eating Lunch” is the fourth 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 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

     

    $19.95

    $19.95


  • Red Level – Story 5 - “A Pony Ride” - One Digital Downloadable Copy of Failure Free Reading’s Red Single-Story Instructional Materials



    This is an electronic copy of the printed version of this story and its instructional materials, available for you to download immediately.

    WHAT YOU GET:
    • Scripted Teacher Manual for Instruction
    • Independent Activities (pencil & paper printable activities)
    • Flash Cards
    • Illustrated Reader
    • Instructional Reader

    Red Level – Story 5- “A Pony Ride” is the fifth 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 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

     

    $19.95

    $19.95


  • Red Level – Story 6 - “Sitting Down and Looking Around” - One Digital Downloadable Copy of Failure Free Reading’s Red Single-Story Instructional Materials



    This is an electronic copy of the printed version of this story and its instructional materials, available for you to download immediately.

    WHAT YOU GET:
    • Scripted Teacher Manual for Instruction
    • Independent Activities (pencil & paper printable activities)
    • Flash Cards
    • Illustrated Reader
    • Instructional Reader

    Red Level – Story 6  “Sitting Down and Looking Around” is the sixth 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 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
     

    $19.95

    $19.95


  • Red Level – Story 7 - “Time to Leave” - One Digital Downloadable Copy of Failure Free Reading’s Red Single-Story Instructional Materials



    This is an electronic copy of the printed version of this story and its instructional materials, available for you to download immediately.

    WHAT YOU GET:
    • Scripted Teacher Manual for Instruction
    • Independent Activities (pencil & paper printable activities)
    • Flash Cards
    • Illustrated Reader
    • Instructional Reader

    Red Level – Story 7  “Time to Leave” is the seventh and final 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 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

     

    $19.95

    $19.95


  • Green Level – “The Farm Visit” - One Digital Downloadable Copy of All Stories in Failure Free Reading’s Green Level Instructional Materials



    [ 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: all ages, beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, RtI Tier II & III Interventions, 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

    When finished, your student/child will have completed

    • Green Level stories containing a total of 60 pages, 61 sentences, and 787 running words!

    The Green Level helps the Teacher/Parent by providing:

    • 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

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

    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.

    Green Level - Story ! “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

    Green Level – Story 2 - “The Farm Animals” is the second 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 2 - “The Farm Animals” In this story, the person tells about the animals on his aunt and uncle’s farm. Key words taught in this story: Walk, Yard, Cow, Horse, Goat, Grass, Next, Sleeping, Happy, And the key phrase: Next to

    When finished with Green Level - Story 2 “The Farm Animals”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 40 unique words, 175 sentences, and 1563 running words and a lexical density of 2.56

    Green Level – Story 3 - “In the Barn” is the third 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 3 - “In the Barn” In this story, the person tells about what is in the barn on his aunt and uncle’s farm. Key words taught in this story: Barn, Dark, Too, Must, Find, Switch, Box, Hear, Noise, Sleeping, Kitten, Using, Keep, Think, Washing, And the key phrases: At once, Coming from, Better off

    When finished with Green Level - Story 3 “In the Barn”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 64 unique words, 175 sentences, and 1647 running words and a lexical density of 3.88

    Green Level – Story 4 - “A Walk in the Garden” is the fourth 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 4 - “A Walk in the Garden” In this story, the person tells about what is in the garden next to the barn on his aunt and uncle’s farm. Key words taught in this story: Garden, Bees, Flowers, Very, Busy, Eight, Apples, Growing, Squirrels, Jumped, Branch, Hurt, Stop, From, Baby, Rabbit, Sitting, Seven, Blue, Yellow, Only, And the phrases: Each other, Pull up

    When finished with Green Level - Story 4 “A Walk in the Garden”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 69 unique words, 209 sentences, and 1759 running words and a lexical density of 3.92

    Green Level – Story 5 - “The Toy Bag” is the fifth 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 5 - “The Toy Bag” In this story, the person tells about being allowed to select a toy from a bag his uncle is holding. Key words taught in this story: Watching, Fire, Fireplace, Warm, Heat, Feels, Hot, Holding, Hands, Ask, Please, Guess, Bag, Try, Best

    When finished with Green Level - Story 5“The Toy Bag”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 63 unique words, 175 sentences, and 1679 running words and a lexical density of 3.79

    Green Level – Story 6 - “The Birthday Present” is the sixth and final 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 6 - “The Birthday Present” In this story, the person tells about being allowed to select a toy from a bag his uncle is holding. Key words taught in this story: Baking, Cake, Birthday, Phone, Call, Asked, Again, Evening, Please, Envelope, Open, Read, Letter, Money, Inside, Write, Wish, Buy And the Phrases: Wish me well, Came in the mail, Any kind

    When finished with Green Level - Story 6 “The Birthday Present”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 64 unique words, 209 sentences, and 1838 running words and a lexical density of 3.48

    ***THIS PRODUCT, THE GREEN 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


  • Orange Level – “The Train Station” - One Digital Downloadable Copy of All Stories in Failure Free Reading’s Orange Level Instructional Materials



    [ What You Get! ]

    Orange Level is the third of Failure Free Reading eight instructional levels ranging from beginning first grade to SAT/ACT content. Orange is for students with a 2nd-3rd grade reading level. Orange Level is suitable for: All Ages., beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, RtI Tiers II & III interventions, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Orange Level is designed to:

    • significantly enhance vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self confidence for the student
    • teach mastery of 766 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 2nd-3rd grade level

    When finished, your student/child will have completed

    • Orange Level stories containing a total of 75 pages, 271 sentences, and 2,996 running words!

    The Orange Level helps the Teacher/Parent by providing:

    • access to the Orange 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

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

    Orange Level – Story 1 - “Going on a Train Ride” is the first story from the Orange level of Failure Free Reading’s eight instructional levels. Orange. which is the third level in the Failure Free Reading series, is perfect for students: Ages 7-15 yrs.: early reading, beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, and special education populations: autism, learning disabilities, intellectually disabled, deaf/HH and dyslexics.

    Orange Level - Story 1 “Going on a Train Ride” sets the stage for the seven interrelated stories found in the Orange level. It is based on the common theme of going on a train to make a visit. The first five stories in the Orange Level teach mastery of critical vocabulary found in second grade. The last two stories in the Orange Level series are particularly powerful. They will introduce a large number of critical vocabulary found in third grade in a very rapid accelerated pace.

    Orange Level - Story 1 “Going on a Train Ride” is based on going to the train station to begin the train trip. Your student/child will read about going to the train station with his//her family members. Key words taught in this story: Train Station, High, Brother, Five, People, Factory, Supermarket, Neighborhood, Morning, Works, Large, Goes, School, Young, Quiet, Listen, Inside, And the Key Phrases: Last minute, Will be fine, Just left

    When finished with Orange Level - Story 1 “Going on a Train Ride”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 96 unique words, 191 sentences, and 2012 running words and a lexical density of 4.77

    Orange Level - Story 2 “Going for a Walk” is the second story from the Orange level of Failure Free Reading’s eight instructional levels. In this story the person finds he /she has enough time to go outside of the train station and explore the city. This story describes what is outside of the train station. Key words taught in this story: Located, City, Taxi, Bus, Arrive, Leaves, Before Think, Outside, Sidewalk, Many, Driving, Apartment, Library, Bank, Buildings, Tall, Straight, And the Key Phrases: To get to, Plenty of time, Getting into, On the road, In the city

    When finished with Orange Level - Story 2 “Going for a Walk”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 94 unique words, 226 sentences, and 1817 running words and a lexical density of 5.17

    Orange Level - Story 2 “Going for a Walk” is the second story from the Orange level of Failure Free Reading’s eight instructional levels. In this story the person finds he /she has enough time to go outside of the train station and explore the city. This story describes what is outside of the train station. Key words taught in this story: Located, City, Taxi, Bus, Arrive, Leaves, Before Think, Outside, Sidewalk, Many, Driving, Apartment, Library, Bank, Buildings, Tall, Straight, And the Key Phrases: To get to, Plenty of time, Getting into, On the road, In the city

    When finished with Orange Level - Story 2 “Going for a Walk”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 94 unique words, 226 sentences, and 1817 running words and a lexical density of 5.17

    Orange Level - Story 3 “A Shopping Area” is the third story from the Orange level of Failure Free Reading’s eight instructional levels. In this story, the person describes all the shops and stores he/she sees as he/she explores the city. Key words taught in this story: Different, Shops, Inside, Clothes, Windows, Idea, Pieces, Candy, Costs, Mannequins

    People, Pretending, Gloves, Cap, And the Key Phrases: Leaves the train station, Make believe, Swing a bat, Look so real

    When finished with Orange Level - Story 3 “A Shopping Area”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 110 unique words, 200 sentences, and 1817 running words and a lexical density of 6.00

    Orange Level - Story 4 “Lunch Time” is the fourth story from the Orange level of Failure Free Reading’s eight instructional levels. In this story, the person realizes he/she still has time to eat lunch before the train leaves. Key words taught in this story: Lunch, Breakfast, Hungry, Buy, Since, Popcorn, Pie, Bag, Candle, Bottle, Dish, Table, Bread, Oven, Hot, Smells, Good, Ready, Owner, Proud, Asks, Try, Wife, Made, Slices, Longer. Many. And the Key Phrases: Not eaten, On the table, Tastes delicious, Happy to hear

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

    • 10 pages, 89 unique words, 192 sentences, and 1966 running words and a lexical density of 4.52

    Orange Level - Story 5 “The Train Station” is the fifth story from the Orange level of Failure Free Reading’s eight instructional levels. In this story, the person in back inside the train station getting ready to board the train. Key words taught in this story: Inside, Station, Engine, Front, Gray, Large, Heavy, Machine, Freight, Passengers, Different, Three, First, Second, Third, Appliances, Carrying, Mineral And the Key Phrases: Back of the train, Taken out of

    When finished with Orange Level - Story 5 “The Train Station”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 87 unique words, 264 sentences, and 2283 running words and a lexical density of 3.81

    Orange Level - Story 6 “Making A Journey” is the sixth story from the Orange level of Failure Free Reading’s eight instructional levels. In this story, the person in on the train getting ready to start his journey to his grandfather’s farm. This might be an especially difficult story for some. Don’t be afraid to break each lesson into two parts if necessary. Key words taught in this story: Afternoon, Conductor, Adventure, Announces, Journey, Danger, Safety, Stranded, Valley, Comfortable, Blinds, Glance, Arrange, Pleasant, Suddenly, Imagine, Manage, Impossible, Promise Reward, Weight, Rattle, Cardboard, Clue, Capture, Carefully, Treasure, Calendar

    And the Key Phrases: Traffic is a mess, Holiday Visitors, Stretch his arms, Leans toward me, Clears his throat, All the difference

    When finished with Orange Level - Story 6 “Making A Journey”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 294 unique words, 309 sentences, and 4668 running words and a lexical density of 6.29

    Orange Level - Story 7 “My Grandfather’s Farm” is the seventh story from the Orange level of Failure Free Reading’s eight instructional levels. In this story, the person has completed his/her train trip and is at his/her grandfather’s farm. Like Story 6, this story might also be an especially difficult story for some. Don’t be afraid to break each lesson into two parts if necessary. Key words taught in this story: Exactly, Narrow, Tease, Perhaps, Refuse, Rather, Instead, Wander, Pitcher, Roast, Stare, Spreading, Grain, Eagerly, Squeaking, Chattering, Meadow, Mistake, Poisonous, Strike, Careless, Behave, Foolish, Clever, Decides, Repeat, Fault

    When finished with Orange Level - Story 7 “My Grandfather’s Farm” your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 378 unique words, 434 sentences, and 6168 running words and a lexical density of 6.12pruitt.eric07@gmail.com

     

    ***THIS PRODUCT, THE ORANGE 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


  • Teal Level – “Going to the Mall” - One Digital Downloadable Copy of All Stories in Failure Free Reading’s Teal Level Instructional Materials



    [ 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: all ages, beginning English Language Learners, at-risk, RtI Tiers II & III interventions, 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

    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!

    The Teal Level helps the Teacher/Parent by providing:

    • 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

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

    Teal Level - 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

    Teal Level - Story 2 “Meeting My Friend” is the second story in the Teal level of the Failure Free Reading Series. Your student/child will read a story about person who is going to the downtown mall to meet his/her friend at the music store while his/her mother shops for a birthday present for his/her younger brother.

    Key words taught in this story: Younger, Opening, Commercials, Headphones, Customers, Located, Entrance, Teenagers, Parents Adults, Choices, Courteous, Rude, Inconsiderate, Dignity, Respect, Appreciate, Damage, Merchandise, Released

    When finished with Teal Level - Story 2 “Meeting My Friend”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 161 unique words, 100 sentences, and 1640 running words and a lexical density of 9.80

    Teal Level - Story 3 “Shopping Around” is the third story in the Teal level of the Failure Free Reading Series. Your student/child will read a story about a person who is at the downtown mall and decides to shop around with his/her friend.

    Key words taught in this story: Merchandise, Decide, Friend, Other, Tired, Listening, Selection, Magazines, Largest, Books, Favorite, Sports, Shopping, Pharmacist, Counter, Appears, And the Key Phrases: Look at, Dress shoes, Picked up, Standing behind

    When finished with Teal Level - Story 3 “Shopping Around”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 139 unique words, 85 sentences, and 1327 running words and a lexical density of 10.47

    Teal Level - Story 4 “Eating at The Mall” is the fourth story in the Teal level of the Failure Free Reading Series. Your student/child will read a story about a person who is at the downtown mall with his/her friend and decided to have lunch at the downtown mall. and decides to shop around with his/her friend. This story is very powerful. It introduces a large number of critical vocabulary in a very rapid and accelerated pace. You might want to break this into two parts. 

    Key words taught in this story: Specialty shops, Husky, Upset, Figured, Lonesome, Suffer, Wizard, Magician, Purchase, Dessert, Fantastic, And the Key Phrases: Any measure of taste, Buy by the gallon, Fancy furniture shop, Special of the day, Giving all his attention, Smothered in gravy, Royal ice cream sundae

    When finished with Teal Level - Story 4 “Eating at The Mall”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 291 unique words, 171 sentences, and 3147 running words and a lexical density of 9.24

    Teal Level - Story 5 “Underneath the Mall” is the fifth story in the Teal level of the Failure Free Reading Series. Your student/child will read a story about a person who discovers a tunnel that leads to an exciting level that goes underneath mall. This story is very powerful. It introduces a large number of critical vocabulary in a very rapid and accelerated pace. You might want to break this story into two parts.

    Key words taught in this story: Wandered, Ruin, Success, Disappoint, Appropriate, Service, Mention, Experiments,Telescope, Explanation, Interesting, Encyclopedia, Musician, Astronaut And the key Phrases: Champion skaters, Somewhat more unusual property, Tropical southern land reservation, Mall racket seems to vanish,Still as a statue, Mystery of nature

    When finished with Teal Level - Story 5 “Underneath the Mall”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 373 unique words, 189 sentences, and 3581 running words and a lexical density of 10.41

    Teal Level - Story 6 “The Downtown Complex” is the sixth story in the Teal level of the Failure Free Reading Series. Your student/child will read a story about a person who while leaving the downtown starts to describe the urban development that is occurring all around the mall. This story is very powerful. It introduces a large number of critical vocabulary in a very rapid and accelerated pace. You might want to break this story into two parts.

    Key words taught in this story: Awkward, Recognized, Possession, Manufacture, Peculiar, Fabulously, Astonishing. Surrender. Sacrifice. Preparation. Arrangements. Volunteered, Enormous, Coliseum, Astonished, Remarkable, Machinery, Obedient, Particular, Determination, Ridiculous, Imagination, Splendid, Opportunity

    And the Key phrases: Activity in the atmosphere, Had to scramble, Underneath the weight of all this pressure, Innocent looking device, Overcome hardship, Expression of confidence

    When finished with Teal Level - Story 6 “The Downtown Complex”, your student/child will have completed:

    • 10 pages, 375 unique words, 252 sentences, and 3643 running words and a lexical density of 10.29

    Teal Level - Story 7 “The Explorers” is the seventh and final story in the Teal level of the Failure Free Reading Series. Your student/child will read a story about a person who must write a history paper on the lives of explorers. This story is very powerful. It introduces a large number of critical vocabulary in a very rapid and accelerated pace. You might want to break this story into two parts.

    Key words taught in this story: Panic, Composition, Furious, Disgusted, Pardon, Dismiss, Behavior, Apologize, Dilemma, Advice, Explorers, Distant, Continents, Opinion, Shocked, Sorrow, Ignore, Huddled, Battered, Bruised, Bonfires, Diphtheria, Clumps, Passages, Journals, Jealous Outwit, Confuse, Dispose, Rivals, Rejoice, Mischief, Talent, Legend, Kidnapped, Quarantine, Ransom, Quiver, Unite, Geography, Smother, Export, Curious, Slippery, Eager, Chisel, Vision, Encyclopedia, Situations, Courageous

    • When finished with Teal Level - Story 7 “The Explorers”, your student/child will have completed:

    10 pages, 447 unique words, 313 sentences, and 4693 running words and a lexical density of 9.52

    ***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


  • One Gold Online Child License for 6 months for All Levels of Failure Free Reading’s Instructional Materials



    One Online Student/Child License for 1 student for ALL LEVELS of Failure Free Reading’s Instructional Materials, including: Joseph's Readers Online Materials, Verbal Master Online Materials, and Life skills Online Materials - for 6 months.


    [ What You Get! ]

    6 month Online Student Seat 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 student.

    The Failure Free Reading Levels (INCLUDED):

    Joseph's Readers:


    Verbal Master:


    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


    Each Level is designed to:

    • significantly enhance vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self confidence for the student
    • teach mastery of most of the Dolch 220 words and also the critical nouns, pronouns, adverbs and adjectives most generic to stories found in school and library texts written at all grade levels (K-12)
    • provide 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 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, 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)

     

    $150.00

    $150.00


  • One Platinum Online Child License for 1 student for All Levels of Failure Free Reading’s Instructional Materials



    One Online Student/Child License for 1 student for ALL LEVELS of Failure Free Reading’s Instructional Materials, including: Joseph's Readers Online Materials, Verbal Master Online Materials, and Life skills Online Materials - for 12 months.


    [ What You Get! ]

    12 month Online Student Seat 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. Each single-year license is transferrable but only serves one student at a time.

    The Failure Free Reading Levels (INCLUDED):

    Joseph's Readers:


    Verbal Master:


    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


    Each Level is designed to:

    • significantly enhance vocabulary, expressive fluency, comprehension and self confidence for the student
    • teach mastery of most of the Dolch 220 words and also the critical nouns, pronouns, adverbs and adjectives most generic to stories found in school and library texts written at all grade levels (K-12)
    • provide 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 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, 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)

     

    $250.00

    $250.00

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