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TWENTY-THREE NEW SUPPORT MATERIALS ADDED TO THE ORIGINAL "RESCUE" PROGRAM
F. MANUSCRIPT PRINTING WITH RED DOT START The booklet emphasizes the three starting points for forming a letter. The three starting points are : top line down letters, middle line down letters, and two on the clock BELOW the middle line letters. (Each has a red dot start.)
G. WATCH US IN ACTION - TEACHER'S EDITION For every vowel pattern, there are three words to dictate to students in their booklet. The Key Word's vowel piece is emphasized with stitch letters. The stitch letters help students focus on the vowel piece.
H. WATCH US IN ACTION - STUDENT'S BOOKLET Each student's booklet has the Key Word with the stitch writing. The teacher dictates a word that uses the same vowel piece. This gives the students extra practice in making the connection between the vowel sound and the spelling piece.
I. APPLYING VOWEL PATTERNS 1-40 D Students practice writing the vowel pattern under each word that follows the pattern of the Key Word. Students then say the sound of the vowel piece and read the word. The backside of each lesson sheet in the booklet has a section for a spelling test of the lesson.
J. RESCUE TEXTBOOK MATERIAL 1-40 D Each lesson concentrates on one vowel pattern and includes previous vowel pieces for review. Students read the words, the phrases, and the sentences. On the backside of the lesson, the students write the word that has been dictated. They then proofread their word by working through the vowel piece.
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