Teacher Handbook

The PAF Teacher Handbook is a road map for the successful implementation of the program with detailed instructions on how to teach all the crucial components of PAF: phonemic awareness, phonics, decoding, word recognition, vocabulary, spelling, handwriting, and comprehension. The clearly written, step-by-step instructions are teacher friendly and designed to simplify lesson planning. The Teacher Handbook is an invaluable resource that also includes information about the importance of direct explicit instruction and other research-based practices.

The Teacher Handbook includes:
• Sequence of skills
• Instructional language to teach concepts
• How to use materials for planning lessons
• Words and sentences for spelling dictations
• Assessments
• How and when to use additional resources on the PAF website

The Teacher Handbook is divided into two volumes. Volume 1 covers the first three readers (Levels 1-74). Volume 2 covers the last four readers (Levels 75-184), and Final Steps (Levels 185-200).

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