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Reading Level: K - Grade 1
Interest Level: K - Adult
Complete Level 1 Program includes Program Overview, Mastery Test, 5 Lesson Plan/Record Books, Word Recognition Books 1-3, Picture Match cards and boards, Phrase Match cards and boards, Stories 1-3, Reading and Social Skills Games, 2 Display Masks, Word Signs DVD, 5 The Rides reward books and 5 Certificates of Completion.
ERP has long helped students who need an alternative to phonics. to learn to read. The key to this success is the program’s use of a carefully sequenced, highly repetitive word recognition method combined with errorless learning. This approach eliminates incorrect responses and helps students view themselves as readers.
In Level 1 students learn 150 frequently seen sight words from kindergarten and grade 1 reading levels, and the endings -s, -ed, and -ing. Students begin by recognizing and reading a new word in isolation and then in the context of phrases, sentences, and stories. They use their newly learned words in a variety of reading activities, which include matching pictures to words, using manipulatives, reading story books, practicing spelling and writing, and playing interactive card and board games for reinforcement of word recognition and comprehension.
Extensive practice reinforces new learning, ensures automatic word recognition, and facilitates the generalization of students’ reading skills to new and varied situations. Playing games provides the opportunity to practice reading skills in a social setting and requires quick recognition and reading of the target words.
Print version contains one-on-one lessons that can effectively teach reading comprehension with a clear structure of presentation that allow teachers to effectively employ paraprofessionals and peer tutors in their teaching. Can be used independently or as a supplement to a phonics-based or other type of reading program, or in combination with the online, web-based version.
Research-based instructional strategies:
- Errorless learning
- Positive reinforcement
- Use of manipulatives
- Oral and sight word vocabulary
- Controlled vocabulary stories
- Social skills enrichment
- Continuous progress monitoring
Built especially for:
- Students with developmental disabilities or autism
- Students with learning disabilities
- Title 1 students
- ESL students
- Preschool and kindergarten students who lack vocabulary development
- Non-readers who struggle with phonics
- 150 words from Dolch Word List and basal readers
- 3 word endings: -s, -ing, -ed
- Extensive comprehension practice of words, phrases, and stories
- Visual memory of words
- Left-to-right reading/tracking
- Thinking and discrimination skills
- Association between oral language and print
Features of 2nd edition:
- Many new stories and full-color illustrations
- Mastery test integrated into the program to provide baseline data and periodic assessment
- Lesson Plan/Record Book combines lesson planning and ongoing progress monitoring
- Simplified numbering, easy to plan and manage
- Reading and social skills games with lesson plans teach social skills while reinforcing vocabulary and comprehension
- The Rides - a new reader that is a student reward for completion of level 1
- Word Signs DVD - a word-signing guide demonstrating the 350 words from Levels 1 and 2
Resources Flash Drive provides PDF versions of all these activities and kits to complement Level 1:
- Comprehension kit - 286 activities
- Spelling - 75 activities
- Homework - 250 activities
- Take-Away Readers - 50 readers
- Bingo - 150 activities
Contains a quick tour of the entire program with an illustration and description of how to conduct each activity, a complete description of each of the resources to be used in the program, a detailed explanations for correct placement in the program and for continuous progress monitoring, teaching strategies and references. 64 pages.
A domain referenced, nationally field-tested instrument designed specifically to assess the performance of students using the Edmark Reading Program. Can be used for continuous progress monitoring, to determine the student's mastery of the program, as a placement instrument for students whose instruction in the program has been interrupted, to identify targeted reading objectives for the student's IEP. Detailed information on administration, scoring and interpreting results provided in the manual. Contents: Manual, 15 test booklets, 15 scoring forms, 15 summary forms, portable and permanent record of progress.
Lesson Plan/Record Book
Serves as a tool for continuous progress monitoring of student achievement. It is also a convenient lesson planner and a guide to the sequence of activities within each lesson. Includes 153 lessons. Five booklets; one booklet per student is needed.
Three books containing 86 short fictional stories illustrated with full-color art. The stories enable students to practice reading words they have learned to recognize, but in a new context. These engaging stories contain only familiar words. Discussion questions encourage conversation and promote comprehension. Students demonstrate comprehension by answering discussion questions and by engaging in conversation about the stories and illustrations.
Word Recognition Books
Students repeatedly hear, see, point to, and read. Provides repeated exposure to previously learned words. 153 activities.
Students read, comprehend, and correctly place picture cards. 263 picture match cards, 39 picture match activities and 39 picture match boards. 2.25" x 3.5" cards. Replacement cards contain 263 cards packaged in a box.
Students read, comprehend, and match phrases to illustrations. 392 phrase match cards, 39 phrase match activities, and 39 phrase match boards. 2.25" x 3.5" cards. Replacement cards contain 415 cards packaged in a box.
Reading and Social Skills Games
Includes 30 games with lesson plans, including card games, board games, and games of movement. The games provide reinforcement of Edmark words in the context of playing a variety of games. Students develop social skills such as interacting, cooperating, and problem solving, and a basic understanding of various game playing procedures. Contents: Two, 2-sided game boards, manual including lesson plans, word cards, game pieces and dice.
Set of two 7.5" x 11.25" blue vinyl masks allow students to focus on one line of text at a time through a wide or narrow transparent strip.
DVD with 350 video demonstrations of the signs for each Edmark word. Includes PDF with lists of words. Tables of contents with hotlinks to each word in alphabetical or lesson order, plus searchable index to quickly find desired word.
The Rides and Certificates of Completion
Intended as a culminating activity to be given to each student along with a certificate as a reward for completing Level 1. The story uses all 150 words and 3 word endings taught in the program. 24 pages. Pack of five books and five certificates.
The Edmark Reading Program first introduces vocabulary in isolation to the student. Words are presented and the student is asked to choose the same word from a row of similar-looking words. The student begins by choosing the word from a row that has no confounding words and, after repeated practice, moves to choosing the correct word from a row that has very similar-looking words. Soon the student is able to competently read the target word.
Following word recognition and vocabulary activities, the teacher switches the student to very different activities in order to teach comprehension. In the Picture Phrase Card activity, a large card with a group of pictures is presented to the student. The student is then given smaller cards with phrases—and later, sentences—written on them. The student reads the phrase cards and matches them to the pictures.
Fluency is practiced during these activities through guided oral reading. The teacher directs the student to read the sentences, phrases, and stories aloud and gives corrections and guidance as needed. The Edmark Reading Program reinforces previously learned vocabulary by including words from earlier lessons in the subsequent lessons. Therefore, students have multiple opportunities to read familiar words, thus improving the speed and accuracy of their reading.
The Edmark Reading Program teaches frequently used words using a highly structured word recognition method. Vocabulary, comprehension, and fluency skills are developed through this approach.
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