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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.

You may also wish to speak with a consultant, 1-744-233-0457.

Beginning Green Teacher’s Manual

BEG 101
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This book contains 36 lessons that cover 102 integrals (language units). Skills include Reading, Spelling, Vocabulary Building, Phonemic Awareness, Comprehension, Printing, Keyboarding and Grammar. Numerous reproducible appendices provide valuable tools.

The new Beginning Green Level, like the old one, uses the unique Stevenson mnemonic clues to teach two major long vowel constructions – the CVVC peanut butter and jelly words and the CVCV layer cake words. It also covers many variations on these structures and other key words. Unlike the old Beginning Level, the new manual is cross-referenced to the Lonely Vowels books to facilitate the introduction of short vowel words at the Beginning Level.

The new manual is also cross-referenced to all the other Beginning level materials, like the teaching cards, reading books, workbooks, mastery tests and more. Each lesson provides several teaching activities in separate parts and finishes with sections like Hints on Timing, Modifications and Commentaries. This manual includes greater detail on addressing specific learning problems than the old Beginning book. The new Beginning Green manual has a format that is very similar to the Basic Blue.

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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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Phone: 1-744-233-0457