Stevenson Learning Skills

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All students in the Stevenson Program start at the Beginning Level and move through the Basic Blue Level to the Intermediate. Teachers, however, can start the program at either the Beginning or Basic Blue levels. Depending on age and learning style, students will move through the first level at different rates and use different amounts of material.

See the Decision Tree for Selecting Materials, “Using the Stevenson Program in Grades K-5” (pdf files) or “Using the Stevenson Program in Grades 6-12” (pdf files) for specific suggestions about selecting materials for specific students.

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Basic Blue Spelling Manual

SPL 201
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This book contains directives for teaching the reading of numerous word groups that cover dozens of different vowel patterns. It also teaches many other language skills such as answering questions in complete sentences, identifying parts of speech, capitalization and punctuation. Special sections help teachers who did not use the first level of the program follow through with students who did. The manual contains 52 lessons. Each lesson begins with a brief summary, a list of the materials needed to teach the lesson and hints on timing. All lessons end with cross-references to the reading book and workbook pages needed for reinforcement as well as an Additional Suggestions section if you feel extra work is needed. There is also an optional Commentary section that can add valuable perspective. The manual has several appendices which provide additional teaching resources.

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Dr. Tom Diebold – “Understanding Reading Problems: Issues and Interventions with Rationales for the Stevenson Reading Program in a Series of Four Videos.” Each video is approximately one hour. Tom discusses a variety of problems that will cause students to struggle (or even fail) while learning to read. The videos emphasize decoding-based problems, such as dyslexia, and the multi-sensory phonics instruction required to address it, but Tom discusses a other reading-related issues as well.

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