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Have you ever wondered why some young students who struggle to read and spell sometimes do much better when it comes to mathematics? It's because math has a consistent system of direct correspondence between numbers and number names. Now, this book brings this system concept to the often confusing field of letter-sound relationships, making spelling, reading, and writing accessible in a way it has never been before for under-achieving students. This book is based on extensive research that supports combining, not isolating, instruction of the sounds in words with the letters used to represent those sounds. The program is organized by syllable type, and every lesson provides simple to more complex word terms. This means that any lesson can be adapted for students at all ability levels through word item selection. This volume is a complete, easy-to-use teacher's guide with comprehensive blackline masters of all key components.
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