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TWENTY-THREE NEW SUPPORT MATERIALS ADDED TO THE ORIGINAL "RESCUE" PROGRAM

  • A. TEACHER'S KEY WORD BOOKLET Bound booklet houses pictures of Key Words for the 26 letters of the alphabet                    and 6 digraphs.  Directions are on the back of each sheet. Students form the letter  	     while air writing, name the letter, say the Key Word and give the sound.
    A. TEACHER'S KEY WORD BOOKLET Bound booklet houses pictures of Key Words for the 26 letters of the alphabet and 6 digraphs. Directions are on the back of each sheet. Students form the letter while air writing, name the letter, say the Key Word and give the sound.
  • B. STUDENT BOOKLET OF KEY WORD PICTURE SHEETS At the end of the new lesson each day, the students color in the Key Word. 	      On the backside of the sheet, the students draw a picture using the Key Word 	      as the topic. The students include the setting and the action.
    B. STUDENT BOOKLET OF KEY WORD PICTURE SHEETS At the end of the new lesson each day, the students color in the Key Word. On the backside of the sheet, the students draw a picture using the Key Word as the topic. The students include the setting and the action.
  • C. SECTION  A  AND  B   REVIEW  WITH RED VOWELS Highlighting the vowel in red gives students a definite point of focus.  	       Every syllable must have a vowel piece, so this booklet stresses the short 	       vowel piece. Students are encouraged to find the vowel, give it its sound                      and then start at the beginning of the word. This helps students that 	       tend to pull a sound from the end of the word to the front. ( You will note                     that the sample booklet does not have a red dot- helps keep the cost down.)
    C. SECTION A AND B REVIEW WITH RED VOWELS Highlighting the vowel in red gives students a definite point of focus. Every syllable must have a vowel piece, so this booklet stresses the short vowel piece. Students are encouraged to find the vowel, give it its sound and then start at the beginning of the word. This helps students that tend to pull a sound from the end of the word to the front. ( You will note that the sample booklet does not have a red dot- helps keep the cost down.)
  • D. RESCUE 1-26 C  (REVIEW OF SECTIONS A  &  B) Each lesson  follows the same sequence of presentation from Sections A & B. The backside of each lesson is set up for spelling and penmanship practice. To help all students succeed, the letter formations for spelling a word are displayed on the sheet for easy access.
    D. RESCUE 1-26 C (REVIEW OF SECTIONS A & B) Each lesson follows the same sequence of presentation from Sections A & B. The backside of each lesson is set up for spelling and penmanship practice. To help all students succeed, the letter formations for spelling a word are displayed on the sheet for easy access.
  • E. TEACHER'S MASTERS WITH PICTURE STORIES The teacher runs off enough of each master to supply students with stories,  "Study Word" sheets,  and a practice "Study Word" sheet. There are five sheets for stories. The sheet is folded in half. This produces four short stories that emphasize sight words that 	         can be practiced on the "Study Word" sheet.  It also has a 'rebus' that is a picture that fits in the story.
    E. TEACHER'S MASTERS WITH PICTURE STORIES The teacher runs off enough of each master to supply students with stories, "Study Word" sheets, and a practice "Study Word" sheet. There are five sheets for stories. The sheet is folded in half. This produces four short stories that emphasize sight words that can be practiced on the "Study Word" sheet. It also has a 'rebus' that is a picture that fits in the story.
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