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Main Category : B / (BRC) Breaking the Reading Code I, II, III, IV, V, NEW SERIES: Consonant Rules, Vowel Rules, Antonym Pairs, Gr: 2-6; Problem Solving Stories, ages 8-16; Time Lines, ages 8-16. An excellent way to discover the power of language.
(BRC-II-1) Breaking the Reading Code, Vowel Rules

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Breaking the Reading Code II Vowel Rules Embedded in Language Experience Stories
Joan S. Kissel

The 54 one page stories in BRC II help students break the reading code with an emphasis on vowel rules for the 15 basic English vowels through language practice based on a scripting technique. Included in trained skills are the various spellings and pronunciations for the vowel sounds.

Each of the 54 stories consists of a Picture Page, Teacher/Parent Page, Rebus page, and Reading Page. The teacher reads the story while the students look at pictures from the story. The teacher then asks questions about the story. The students then read the rebus page. Non- readers learn to read the pictures, while beginning readers read the words and pictures. While beginning readers read the words and pictures. Vowel rules are learned from redundancy! Redundancy! Redundancy!

BRC ll Vowel Rules Embedded in Language Experience Stories has one data sheet and 225 work sheets. Each data and work sheet includes the purpose of the lesson, the skills the lesson is designed to teach, and directions for its use. It is appropriate for delayed or disordered language, autistic, hearing- impaired, or ESOL students
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