Right Into Reading 3

Right Into Reading 3

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ISBN: 9780838826058
Grades: 3

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Author Jane Ervin is better known for her work on reading comprehension than reading instruction, but she combines both in this series. This phonics-based reading and comprehension program begins with Jump Right Into Reading, intended for Kindergarteners. It introduces consonants and their regular sounds, sight words (as, has, is, his, the, I, of, to, no, come, you, some), and short vowels and their regular sounds. This volume is divided into five parts. Each part introduces 6-7 consonants and one short vowel (the last part only introduces the vowel "e"). Each 5-page letter lesson begins with tracing a dotted picture of an object beginning with that letter and with letter recognition via printing (over dotted lines) of the upper and lower case forms. The second page of the lesson concentrates on the letter sound by asking the student to identify pictures having that initial letter sound. The third page reviews printing of the letter (again over dotted forms) then has the student print (without dotted aids) the letter beneath any pictures that begin with that sound. The exercises on the fourth and fifth pages vary in form, making the program more interesting. The fourth page always focuses on letter recognition - specifically picking out the target forms from other letter forms on the page in some manner. The final lesson page reinforces the regular letter sound (regular consonant or short vowel sound). There is a review lesson after every three lessons reviewing those three letters and their sounds. There is also a part review which covers all of the letters introduced in that part. Beginning with part 2, a final lesson in each part reviews only the vowels that have been introduced to insure that children can differentiate between the sounds. Reading begins as soon as the first vowel is introduced and includes the introduction of sight words, enabling the child to begin decoding simple sentences by Part 1 Review. By the end of this book, children are reading very simple sentences and answering basic comprehension questions. The program continues with the Right into Reading volumes. Again, lessons are phonics-based with occasional sight words introduced as needed. Lessons are bite-sized so that the point of the lesson is clear and easily understood. Example words highlight the target letters in red to illustrate the rule being studied. Exercises and activities provide practice for the rule and, as you would expect, are also designed to develop comprehension and critical thinking. Reading selections run the gamut, including adventure, mystery, folktales, legends, historical fiction, science fiction and biographies. Short writing exercises accompany each lesson.

Book 1 covers short vowels, beginning blends, ending blends, syllables, and long vowels (silent "e" and double vowels). The early part of the book uses the convention of hyphenating multi-syllable words for easier decoding. Book 2 covers r-controlled vowels, digraphs (referred to as "teams" here), syllables, and regular and irregular double vowels. Book 3 covers soft "g" and "c," "ph," silent letters, syllables, unexpected vowel sounds, "ei" and "ey," sounds of "k" and "s," and vowels with "r." Answer keys are available separately and provide half-page reprints of the student pages with all the answers filled in. The publisher promotes this series for either beginning readers or for remedial work, but my take is that they are better suited for remedial work, as they move rather quickly through the concepts and do not have as much reinforcement as the typical phonics workbook.




Primary Subject
Reading/Literature
Grade
3
ISBN
9780838826058
Binding
Print, Other
Edition
Student Manual, Study Guide, etc.
Language
English
Series Title
Right into Reading Ser.
Audience
Elementary/High School
Format
Softcover Book
Brand Name
Educators Publishing Service
Weight
0.8 (lbs.)
Dimensions
11.0" x 8.5" x 0.25"
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I teach special education resource students an many of them are far below grade level. I have one of these books I inherited from a past teacher but it is missing some pages. I really love the phonics based approach to this curriculum. It starts a phonemic awareness and continues to use it throughout the books allowing learning to continue. As the students progress through the stages there are also comprehension parts that go along with the phonetical lesson.
Shannon O on Sep 9, 2017
I teach special education resource students an many of them are far below grade level. I have one of these books I inherited from a past teacher but it is missing some pages. I really love the phonics based approach to this curriculum. It starts a phonemic awareness and continues to use it throughout the books allowing learning to continue. As the students progress through the stages there are also comprehension parts that go along with the phonetical lesson.
Shannon O on Sep 9, 2017
What is the the answer key for Right into Reading 3? I need the ISBN of the Answer Key please.
A shopper on Aug 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Here is the listing for the Right into Reading 3 Answer Key - http://www.rainbowresource.com/proddtl.php?id=001974&subject=Phonics/5&category=Right+into+Reading/868

The ISBN is 9780838826065
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Recommend this workbook
October 16, 2018
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Recommend for advanced readers
This is a great book to continue some of the more tricky sound blends. It is quite a step up from Book 2 though. Length of chapters and reading level increased.
March 19, 2017
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