Fisher Hill’s literacy program for Spanish-speaking teens and adults has six levels. Each level contains:
an English Reading and Spelling workbook
English Reading Comprehension workbook
English Writing Composition workbook
and an English Vocabulary workbook
For each level, students need to always start with the English Reading and Spelling workbook. Then students can use the Reading Comprehension and Writing Compsoition workbooks at that level to practice their comprehension and writing skills. With the vocabulary workbooks, students review the vocabuary from each particulary level.
Fisher Hill has teacher resources on their website to go along with their literacy program. There are placements tests to determine on which level a student should begin. There are Word and Sentence Practice pages to help students develop fluency. There is a Scope and Sequence for the literacy program and Word Chains that also help with fluency. There are also sample lessons from each workbook.
Click on Teacher Resources from the top of the web page at www.Fisher-Hill.com. Then click on Reading and Spelling. Scroll down to see the different resources. Toward the bottom of the scroll, you will see the Sound Spelling Placement Tests. These tests determine on which level a student should begin the program. Each placement test is a spelling test to determine if a student knows the sounds for that level. A student needs to score 80% or more on a placement test to go to the next level. The instructor reads the words from the test and the student writes the words. There is a Student Test form to write the words.
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