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Essentials 16-22 Online

The third of four volumes! With three levels in one, Essentials offers differentiated instruction for teaching students with varying levels of skill.
This course is in-progress. Content is being developed, added, and refined every week. 
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WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO LEARN

Units 16-22

The third volume of Essentials continues to explore new phonograms, spelling rules, and build upon the phonics, vocabulary, composition and comprehension skills as concepts become more complex.
Students will be most successful with this course if they have completed Essentials 8-15.

Phonogram Introduction Videos

Phonogram videos teach the sounds of 10 new multi-letter phonograms.

Phonogram Flashcard Practice

Basic Phonogram Flash Cards help practice mastery of sounds as new phonograms are added. 

Spelling Analysis Videos

Analyze the spelling of 210 words while learning 15 new spelling rules, helping students to develop in-depth knowledge of how and why words are read and spelled the way they are.

Phonogram  Games

Phonogram Tap, Phonogram Memory, Phonogram Hear & Type, and Phonogram Drag & Drop!

Interactive Video
Lessons

Interactive core lesson video content mimics the teacher-student dialogue for increased student retention.

The Essentials Reader

Texts designed for older students and struggling readers. As they gain decoding skills, the texts rapidly grow in complexity providing an engaging reading experience.

Spelling, Vocabulary, & Grammar Activities

Exploring morphemes, identifying parts of speech, and additional dictation practice.

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PDFs

Teacher's Guide + Answer Key, Student Workbook, Essentials Reader, and all Core Materials needed to teach this volume.
This multi-level language arts program helps teachers differentiate instruction for all students, from struggling to advanced. 

Denise Eide

Founder and President, Logic of English
About
My interest in teaching reading and spelling began when my twin sons struggled to learn how to read. Through my research to help them, I realized that my previous training in how to teach reading was inadequate. As I learned and taught the phonograms and spelling rules, I understood the implications to all students learning to read and spell, and I wanted to make a difference.  I started the company, Logic of English®, wrote Uncovering the Logic of English, and began developing curriculum and presentations to share what I have learned with others.