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    SCT

    TABLE OF LEARNING MATERIALS READING (7A~2A)

    SCT: Standard Completion Time (Min./Sheet). This is the set time in which the student should complete and correct the worksheet. SCT is not used in Levels 7A-3A.

    SCT SCT SCT SCT SCT7A 6A 5A 4A 3A 2A

    Word Building Block

    PUTTING WORDS TOGETHER

    GUESSING WHO IS THERE?

    Enjoyable look, listen andrepeat exercises and

    colorful illustrations help pre-readers develop phonemicawareness of the beginningsounds of words, build asight word vocabulary, and

    make the connection betweenspoken and written language.

    Students continue to build asight word vocabulary, adding

    longer phrases and moreadvanced words. Students

    recite familiar rhyming wordsin preparation for phonics study.

    Students develop more pre-reading skills by sayingindividual sounds while

    tracing letters. Toward the endof the level, students begin toput together simple three-

    letter words.

    Students continue to developpre-reading skills by saying

    words with consonant blends,consonant digraphs,

    consonant-controlled vowels,and long vowels produced by

    the silent e.

    Students master pre-readingskills by trying to decodewords with various vowelcombinations (digraphs, diphthongs), two-syllablewords with middle double

    consonants, and two-syllablecompound words.

    Students identify nouns,verbs and adjectives, and use

    them within sentences.Students learn the singular

    and plural forms of nouns andverbs, and the comparative

    and superlative forms of adjectives.

    CONNECTING WORDS TO FAMILIAR OBJECTS

    SAYING RHYMING PHRASES

    RECOGNIZING FAMILIAR WORDS

    SAYING RHYMING WORDS

    STEP-BY-STEP TO STORIES

    SAYING THE SOUNDS OF LETTERS

    PUTTING SOUNDS TOGETHER

    FAMOUS FABLES ON STAGE

    CONSONANT COMBINATIONS

    RIDDLES

    MY OWN MINI-BOOKS

    COMPOUND WORDS

    SOUND PATTERNSVowel Combinations

    FIVE-MINUTE FAIRY TALES

    READING ALOUD

    SOUND-PART PUZZLE

    FUNCTION OF WORDSNouns, Verbs, Adjectives

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    SAYING WORDS WITH THE SAME SOUND

    SAYING RHYMING POEMS

    CHANGING LETTER SOUNDS

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    SCT

    TABLE OF LEARNING MATERIALS READING (AI~CII)

    BASIC EXPRESSIONS

    STORY 1 Moon Cat

    Students study the structureof simple sentences and learnexpressions which convey

    attitude or intention, such ascan, must, may andshould. Students learn towrite negative sentences,questions and sentencesusing the past tense.

    Through reading stories andanswering questions,

    students improve readingcomprehension and writingskills. Punctuation, spellingand capitalization are alsosolidified. Students learn torecognize a sequence of

    thoughts developed within ashort paragraph.

    Students refine their ability toidentify subject and predicate

    in longer sentences containing modifiers such as

    adjectives and adverbs.Students conjugate irregular

    verbs, as well as study pronouns, prepositions andirregular plurals of nouns.

    Students learn to definewords using context clues in the stories; to identify

    main ideas within a story tobetter understand the story as a whole; and to compare

    and contrast actions, characters and information

    from a passage.

    Students refine their ability to identify subjects, verbs and objects, and learn how to conjugate the future, progressive and perfect

    tenses. Students continuestudying punctuation.Students begin writing complete sentences

    independently.

    Students learn to constructand respond to questionsusing who, what, where,when, why and how; to interpret information in

    charts; to organize information from passagesinto a chart format; and to

    write answers independently.

    SIMPLE SENTENCESSubjects, Predicates

    SCT

    SENTENCE TOPICS

    THOUGHT SEQUENCE

    MAKING SHORT SENTENCES

    VOCABULARY REVIEW VOCABULARY REVIEW

    STORY 2 The Four Squirrels STORY 3 Grandpas Visit

    VOCABULARY REVIEW

    STORY 2 The Velveteen Rabbit

    VOCABULARY REVIEW

    STORY 2 How Willy Got His Wheels

    VOCABULARY REVIEW

    STORY 3 Homer Price

    VOCABULARY REVIEW

    COMPARING AND CONTRASTING

    STORY 3 Wonder Kid Meets the Evil Lunch Snatcher

    WRITING FROM MEMORY

    STORY 1 The Fire Cat

    SCT

    SUBJECT AND PREDICATE

    EXPRESSIONS IN THE PAST

    STORY 1 Rip Van Winkle

    SCT

    STORY 2 The Cricket in Times Square

    DEFINING WORDS

    IDENTIFYING IDEAS

    STORY 1 In the Great Meadow

    SCT

    CONSTRUCTING SENTENCES INDEPENDENTLY

    STORY 1 The Chinese Artist STORY 2 Casey Webber

    PARTS OF A SENTENCE

    EXPRESSIONS OF LANGUAGE

    SCT

    SYNTHESIZING IDEAS

    ELEMENTS OF STATEMENTS

    ORGANIZING INFORMATION

    STORY 1 The Dragonfly of Lookout Mountain

    AI AII BI BII CI CII

    Sentence Building Block

    MODIFIERS

    MAKING STATEMENTS

    STORY 2 Purple, Green and Yellow

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    2010 Kumon Institute of Education 1202 Reproduction in any format is strictly prohibited.

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    TABLE OF LEARNING MATERIALS READING (DI~FII)

    RECOMMENDED READING 1The Wizard of Oz

    RECOMMENDED READING 2Li Lun, Lad of Courage

    RECOMMENDED READING 2Alice in Wonderland

    RECOMMENDED READING 3Island of the Blue Dolphins

    RECOMMENDED READING 3The Shakespeare Stealer

    STATEMENTS FROM PARAGRAPHS

    VOCABULARY REVIEW VOCABULARY REVIEW VOCABULARY REVIEW VOCABULARY REVIEW

    Students focus on combiningsimple sentences to createcompound and complex sentences. In this level,

    students learn to identify astatement as a unit of

    thought in exercises that askthem to extract statements

    from paragraphs.

    Students learn to identify thetopic and main idea of paragraphs, as well as

    supporting statements anddetails within a paragraph.Students develop a better

    understanding of the relationship between

    paragraphs.

    Students learn complex sentences by studying

    different clauses, as well asdirect and indirect speech.

    They also continue to study aparagraphs main idea.

    Students learn to analyze paragraphs by organizingmain ideas and important

    points into diagrams and charts.

    Students learn to identify thesequence of events, imageryand description in a passage.Underlining exercises furtherdevelop students readingcomprehension. Studentsalso learn logical reasoningability and how events in a

    passage effect a certain result.

    Students further develop theirunderstanding and

    comprehension of paragraphsby analyzing and recountingselections from works of

    fiction. Concision exercisesallow students to enhance their

    understanding of fictional passages by condensing this information into short, oftenindependent responses.

    COMBINING SENTENCES

    SCT

    MAIN IDEA

    UNDERSTANDING PARAGRAPHS

    GRAPHING AND CHARTING

    TOPIC

    RECOMMENDED READING 1Black Beauty

    SCT

    CLAUSES

    RECOMMENDED READING 1The Princess and the Goblin

    REASON AND RESULT

    UNDERLINING

    SEQUENCE AND IMAGERY

    RECOMMENDED READING 2Secret of the Andes

    SCT

    CONCISION

    RECOMMENDED READING 1The Red Pony

    SCTDI

    Paragraph Building Block

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    RECOMMENDED READING 2Old Yeller

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