Unit 1 provides an overview of the Cracking the ABC Code Multisensory Reading Level 3 program. It also recommends assessment tools and discusses how to use the results to determine the most beneficial level for students. CLICK ON THE TITLE TO ACCESS THE LESSON
The Multisensory Reading Level 3 Workshop for parents consists of 5 Units:
* Implement the program in the First Week
* Implement the program in Subsequent Weeks
* Key teaching points
* Modifications to the Program.This workshop is designed specifically for parents wishing to implement a Cracking the ABC Code Multisensory Reading Level 3 program to their own child. You will be provided with systematic, step-by-step instructions for effectively implementing the programs and demonstrations on how to do the different activities. The Level 3 programs are designed for children who can read, but are not reading at an age-appropriate level. Level 3A is for children with a reading age between 6 years 6 months to 7 years. Level 3B is for children with a reading age between 7 years and 8. Level 3C is for children with a reading age between 8 years and 10 years.
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Unit 2 provides step-by-step instructions for implementing the first lesson in the Cracking the ABC Code Multisensory Reading Level 3 programs.
Unit 3 provides step-by-step instructions for implementing the Cracking the ABC Code Multisensory Reading Level 3 programs in subsequent lessons.
Unit 4 discusses key teaching points in the Level 3 programs. This unit is very important as it provides you with information about rules associated with the different graphemes and how to teach this information to your child.
Unit 5 discusses modifications that can be made to tailor the program to meet the individual needs of your child where it be progressing through the program more rapidly or strategies to simplify the activities.