Overview - PCI READING PROG LVL 2 AUDIO CARDS
For Additional Hands-On and At-Home Reading Practice.
The authors of the PCI Reading Program have created the following supplements to provide additional repetition and practice with the words in the program. These supplements can be used as literacy centers in a classroom. The reproducible books can also be sent home for additional reading practice. Corresponds to PCI Reading Programs Level 1 & 2.
The words in Level One and Level Two help students build fluency as they practice hearing and reading the words. Each level contains 140 cards. Used with a Califone CardMaster, the audio cards provide teachers with a hands-on auditory and visual practice center that can be used independently.
The 28 Level One books and the 14 Level Two books are now available in reproducible format. The reproducible books are identical to the program books, except they are in black and white. Use the books in the classroom or as reading reinforcement activities to send home.
Comprehension Activities Binders
Extend and assess comprehension on the program's books with these fully scripted lessons and reproducible activities. For each book in the core program, these binders provide a reading comprehension lesson with activities for both pre- and post-reading. Comprehension lessons focus on standards-based literacy skills and strategies. Offers post-reading comprehension questions for each page in the books that reinforce these skills and strategies. Four reproducible activities are provided for each book along with a reproducible assessment. Progress monitoring checklists are included.
Level One Comprehension Activities binder (185 pp.) covers all 28 Level One books. Skills include concepts of print, setting, main character, character traits, sequencing, making predictions, drawing conclusions, and "wh" questions.
Level Two Comprehension Activities binder (100 pp.) covers all 14 Level Two books. In addition to reviewing the skills taught in Level One, new skills such as summarization, cause and effect, and compare/contrast are introduced.