caralluma fimbriata LEVEL: 7A

DESCRIPTION:

Enjoyable “look, listen and repeat” exercise and colorful illustrations help beginning readers build a sight word vocabulary and make the connection between spoken and written language.

ACTIVITY:

    Familiar Words
    Familiar Words Review
    Word Stories
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DESCRIPTION:

Students continue to build a sight word vocabulary, adding longer phrases and more advanced words. Students recite familiar words from memory in preparation for phonics study.

ACTIVITY:

    Vocabulary Review
    Simple Phrases
    Familiar Sentence Structure

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DESCRIPTION:

Phonics exercises help students learn individual letter sounds and consonant-short vowel combinations. Students increase concentration, improve hand-eye coordination, and develop writing skills.

ACTIVITY:

    Letter Tracing - single consonants, short vowels
    Sound Parts - single consonant, single short vowel combinations
    Word Tracing
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DESCRIPTION:

More sound parts, including consonant clusters, are introduced. Students trace words and begin freehand letter writing by filling in missing letters within word. These exercises help develop students’ spelling skills.

ACTIVITY:

    Familiar Letter Combinations –double consonants, consonant clusters
    Rhyming Skills
    Sentence Tracing
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DESCRIPTION:

Students develop greater pencil control by writing properly proportioned and spaced letters within box guidelines. Exercised focusing on syllables help students read longer words. Spelling skills and reading comprehension are also developed.

ACTIVITY:

    Spelling Patterns – vowel-vowel combinations, long vowel
    Take the Tail – Letter sound review
    Syllables
    Sentence Copying
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DESCRIPTION:

Students identify nouns, verbs and adjectives, and use them within sentences. Students learn the singular and plural forms of nouns and verbs, and the comparative and superlative forms of adjectives.

ACTIVITY:

    Sound – Part Puzzle
    Function of Words
    Reading Aloud

 LEVEL: AI
    

DESCRIPTION:

Students study the structure of simple sentences and learn expressions which convey attitude or intention, such as “can”, “must”, “may” and “should”. Students learn to write negative sentences, questions and sentences using the past tense.

ACTIVITY:

    Simple Sentences – subjects, predicates
    Basic Expressions
    Story 1
    Making Short Sentences
    Vocabulary Review

 LEVEL: AII
    

DESCRIPTION:

Through reading stories and answering questions, students improve reading comprehension and writing skills. Punctuation, spelling and capitalizations are also solidified. Students learn to recognize a sequence of thoughts developed within a short paragraph.

ACTIVITY:

    Writing from Memory
    Sentence Topics
    Thought Sequence
    Vocabulary Review

 LEVEL: BI
    

DESCRIPTION:

Students refine their ability to identify subject and predicate in longer sentences containing modifiers such as adjectives and adverbs. Students conjugate irregular verbs, as well as study pronouns, prepositions and irregular plurals of nouns.

ACTIVITY:

    Subject and Predicate
    Expressions in the Past
    Modifiers
    Making Statements
    Vocabulary Review
LEVEL: BII
   

DESCRIPTION:

Students learn to define words using context clues in the stories; to identify main ideas within the story as a whole; and to compare and contrast actions, characters and information a passage.

ACTIVITY:

    Defining Words
    Identifying Ideas
    Comparing and Contrasting
    Vocabulary Review
LEVEL: CI
   

DESCRIPTION:

Students refine their ability to identify subjects, verbs and objects, and learn how to conjugate the future, progressive and perfect tenses. Students continue studying punctuation. Students begin writing complete sentences independently.

ACTIVITY:

    Parts of a Sentence
    Expressions of Language
    Constructing Sentences Independently
    Vocabulary Review
LEVEL: CII
   

DESCRIPTION:

Students learn to construct and respond to questions using who, what, where, when, why and how; to interpret information in charts; to organize information from passages into a chart format and to write answers independently.

ACTIVITY:

    Elements of Statements
    Organizing Information
    Synthesizing Ideas
    Vocabulary Review
LEVEL: DI
   

DESCRIPTION:

Students focus on combining simple sentences to create compound and complex sentences. In this level, students learn to identify a statement as a unit of thought in exercises that ask them to extract statements from paragraphs.

ACTIVITY:

    Combining Sentences
    Statements from Paragraphs
    Vocabulary Review
LEVEL: DII
   

DESCRIPTION:

Students learn to identify the topic and main idea of paragraphs, as well as supporting statements and details within a paragraph. Students develop a better understanding of the relationship between paragraphs.

ACTIVITY:

    Topic
    Main Idea
    Understanding Paragraphs
    Vocabulary Review
LEVEL: EI
   

DESCRIPTION:

Students learn complex sentences by studying different clauses, as well as direct and indirect speech. They also continue to study a paragraph's main idea. Students learn to analyze paragraphs by organizing main ideas and important points into diagrams and charts.

ACTIVITY:

    Clauses
    Graphing and Charting
    Vocabulary Review
LEVEL: EII
   

DESCRIPTION:

Students learn to identify the sequence of events, imagery and description in a passage. Underlining exercises further develop students' reading comprehension. Students also learn logical reasoning ability and how events in a passage effect a certain result.

ACTIVITY:

    Sequence and Imagery
    Underlining
    Reason and Result
    Vocabulary Review
LEVEL: F
   

DESCRIPTION:

Paraphrasing and concision show students how to combine, condense and rewrite information found in a reading passage. The ability to identify the main topic and elements of a paragraph is emphasized and practiced. Vocabulary exercises also assist students in paraphrasing.

ACTIVITY:

    Sentence Analysis
    Paraphrasing
    Definition
    Concision
LEVEL: G
   

DESCRIPTION:

Students learn to condense important information from a passage into a summary one third of the length od the original passage. Students are formally introduced to story elements such as plot, character and setting.

ACTIVITY:

    Point Making
    Theme
    Story Elements
    Summary
LEVEL: H
   

DESCRIPTION:

Students develop greater sensitivity to author's use of descriptive language. Summation exercises help students focus specific points within passages. Vocabulary exercises introduce Greek and Latin suffixes, prefixes and roots.

ACTIVITY:

    Fact and Opinion
    Passage Organization
    Interpretation of Language
    Summation
LEVEL: I
   

DESCRIPTION:

Students analyze the persuasive writing style found in speeches, advertisements and political documents. They also learn the components and strategies of the more formal "argument". The level concludes with a study of précis, the most complex form of summary.

ACTIVITY:

    Persuasion
    Argument
    Description
    Précis
LEVEL: J
   

DESCRIPTION:

With exercises focusing on structure, theme and character, students are introduced to a closer reading of text than in previous levels. Students develop an understanding of how a writer's intentions are reflected in various aspects of the work under consideration.

ACTIVITY:

    An Introduction to Critical Reading
    Passage Structure
    Character Analysis
LEVEL: K
   

DESCRIPTION:

Students deepen their understanding of the elements of literature, such as plot, setting atmosphere, irony and comedy, to improve their ability to read critically. Students also enhance their ability to read critically by writing comments about excerpts of novels poetry and plays.

ACTIVITY:

    Plot
    Setting and Atmosphere
    Irony
    Comedy
    Content Evaluation
 

 

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