Reading Levels 1-8

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Reading Levels 1-8

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Reading Levels 1-8

The course provides reading improvement from levels 1 to 8
Reading Levels 1-8

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Reading Levels 1-8

Accurate and fast reading is a very important skill
Reading Levels 1-8

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Reading Levels 1-8 $300


1-2 Use phonetic sounds correctly. Focus on pronunciation and reading fluency. Increase general vocabulary and look for grammar principles in the context of children stories. Begin to summarize and discuss texts using the simple present, present continuous, and future tenses. 3-4 Read and discuss literary texts of 360 lexiles to 830 lexiles with other academic texts. Increase their general vocabulary, academic vocabulary, and use grammar principles in the context of literature and academic texts (Science and Social Studies). Summarize and discuss reading passages using simple present, present continuous, future, simple past, past progressive, and perfect tenses. Summarize, identify authors purpose, predict, and relate the texts to their lives and to the world around them. 5-6 Increase general vocabulary, academic vocabulary, and use grammar principles in the context of literature and academic texts (Science and Social Studies). Summarize and discuss reading passages using simple tenses, future tenses, simple past, past progressive, perfect tenses, and more advanced grammar principles. 7-8 Read and discuss literary texts of 780 lexiles to 1140 lexiles with other academic texts. Increase general vocabulary, academic vocabulary, and use grammar principles in the context of literature and academic texts (Science and Social Studies). Summarize and discuss reading passages using simple tenses, future tenses, simple past, past progressive, perfect tenses, and more advanced grammar principles. Students will strengthen their ability to summarize, identify authors purpose, predict, and relate the texts to their lives and to the world around them.