P.O. Box 643328, Vero Beach, Florida 32964   Toll Free Phone: 1-800-380-2289 www.rourkeclassroom.com
The Rourke Reading WebStandards-Based, High Interest Informational Books and Software                   Ideal for Response...
Rourke Reading Web Instruction:  Placement and Assessment Pre and Post TestsWord Meaning                                  ...
Before Reading Vocabulary, Comprehension, & Fluency BuildingWhen working on one of the leveled web-passages students engag...
7                                                                 8 Echo Reading: The student is prompted to echo-        ...
During and After Reading Informational Books and Graphic OrganizersAfter students complete a web passage, the teacher intr...
Teacher Resources and Assessment: Teacher’s Resource GuideThe web-based Teacher’s Resource provides support for student’s ...
Progress MonitoringThe teacher tools in the web-based portion of the Reading Web are designed to give the teacherflexibili...
Student ReportAll student performance data in vocabulary development, reading rate, and comprehension is automaticallysumm...
The Reading Web and Response to Intervention (RtI)Rourke’s Reading Web...  ... Provides instruction materials to support R...
Rourke Reading Web provides continuous progress monitoring for vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension withengaging informa...
Common Core State Standards (CCSS)Correlations to Reading Web    “By reading texts in history/social studies, science, and...
Reading Web provides quality informational texts to meetthe Common Core State Standards.   “Students must also be able to ...
Elementary School Science Collection:            Power plants make                  actual size                           ...
Elementary School Science Collection:                                                 The tree makes                      ...
Middle School Science Collection:             Many marine animals                    actual size                          ...
High School Science Collection:                                                              A gene mutation is           ...
Choose Your Own Collection•	 Includes Science, Social Studies, and High Interest Titles•	 Customize the reading levels to ...
Rourke Reading Web Titles (cont.)TITLE	                                                       LEVEL	WPMHurricanes	        ...
Ordering lnformation     ELEMENTARY (1-3) SCIENCE PACKAGE                                       ELEMENTARY (3-5) SCIENCE P...
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  1. 1. P.O. Box 643328, Vero Beach, Florida 32964 Toll Free Phone: 1-800-380-2289 www.rourkeclassroom.com
  2. 2. The Rourke Reading WebStandards-Based, High Interest Informational Books and Software Ideal for Response to Intervention (RtI) and English Language Learners (ELLs).The Reading Web Program provides: Multiple opportunities for students to engage in research based reading practice activities. Short passages from 106 leveled nonfiction books. Reading fluency strategies for students to interact with these passages in preparation for reading the books. Easy to access student progress which is automatically saved and continuously monitored..All Reading Web titles correlate to the English Language Arts 106 Titles 2 Grades 1-1Common Core Standards for informational texts and to thecontent-based national standards for science and social studies.
  3. 3. Rourke Reading Web Instruction: Placement and Assessment Pre and Post TestsWord Meaning Comprehension Reading Rate Starting students at the “just right” place in the Reading Web offers them the experience of immediate success while simultaneously providing teachers with demonstrations of students’ reading level performance which is automatically captured in their individual student folders. Student FolderStudent Scorecard Teachers and school administrators can view student’s progress and decide where the student needs to be placed. Gold Star indicates Pre-Test has been taken.
  4. 4. Before Reading Vocabulary, Comprehension, & Fluency BuildingWhen working on one of the leveled web-passages students engage in BEFORE Reading activities that front-load vocabulary, DURING Reading activities that scaffold repeated readings, and AFTER Reading activitiesthat assess fluency rate, vocabulary and comprehension. 1 2 Log-in: The student enters their name and password. Menu: The student chooses a title or selects a title determined by the teacher. 3 4 Background: The student listens to a pictorial Pronunciation: The student is presented with a page narration. The narration concludes with the narrator asking of text from the book and is urged to click on various words to three questions to prompt a reason for reading. hear their correct pronunciation. 5 6 Spoken Glossary: The student is presented with Assisted Reading: The student is presented with the same text with five key words colored in blue. The student the same passage and is prompted to read along with the is directed to click on each word to see and hear the word narrator and the words highlighted in yellow. from a spoken glossary.
  5. 5. 7 8 Echo Reading: The student is prompted to echo- Repeated Reading: The student is presented read phrase-by-phrase following the narrator’s reading. The with the same passage and is prompted to read it aloud student’s voice is recorded and played back. without the assistance of the narrator. The blue highlighter paces the student through the text.9 10 Reading Rate: Then the student is again presented Word Meaning: The student is presented with two with the same passage and is prompted to read and record columns of text. The student is prompted to match the key without the support of the narrator or the yellow highlighter. words with the appropriate definitions. The student’s recording is timed.11 12Comprehension Questions: The student is Scorecard: The student is presented with thepresented with five multiple choice comprehension questions. Scorecard showing key words that caused difficulty, and actual Reading Rate for this passage in WPM, and the level of success in answering the five Comprehension Questions.
  6. 6. During and After Reading Informational Books and Graphic OrganizersAfter students complete a web passage, the teacher introducesthe students to the book that the passage is from through guidedreading sessions and/or one-on-one reading conferences.Developing student’s strategies and skills for reading nonfictiontexts is an essential part of the independent reading component.Before students read the book, the teacher should assign anappropriate vocabulary application or comprehension activity thatscaffolds students in developing critical reading for meaning skills.As students read independently, they should be encouraged totake notes that will assist them with the task they will completeafter reading the book.
  7. 7. Teacher Resources and Assessment: Teacher’s Resource GuideThe web-based Teacher’s Resource provides support for student’s web-based practice, partnering, teachersupported instruction, independent student practice, and assessment.FREE professional development is offered to provide access to information and training specific to strategies usedto differentiate instruction for reading intervention and English language learners.Teacher’s Guideincludes readingconference promptsand mini-lessons tosupport instruction. After reading a book, comprehension reproducibles reinforce content reading strategies and demonstrate students’ content knowledge.
  8. 8. Progress MonitoringThe teacher tools in the web-based portion of the Reading Web are designed to give the teacherflexibility in grouping students and in assigning passages for students to read. Teachers can add andedit students, create groups, review student data, listen to student’s recorded passages, and printreports at any time from any computer. Click Here to Create Click Here to View List and View Groups of Book Passages Click Here to Add a Student Click Here to Run Student, Classroom, and Building ReportsTeacher Tip:Before entering your studentscreate a group name for your class.Example of ClassroomGroup Name: Brady,Gr.6.Since Reading Web allows studentsto be in more than one group, youcan have your class roster in onegroup and multiple instructionalgroups.Example of Instructional GroupName: Brady,Gr.6,Group1The student’s data is accessedthrough all of the groups thatthey are members of. Enter student information, login, and add group(s). Then click Save student.
  9. 9. Student ReportAll student performance data in vocabulary development, reading rate, and comprehension is automaticallysummarized and saved in the student’s folder for 12 months. Teachers and school administrators can view, sort,and print data by individual student, student groups, classroom, or school. Individual Skills Progress Data Report Summary Graph Student’s Information Report Graphs with Quick Reference Color Guide Student’s Reading History Teacher Tip: To facilitate gathering pre/post data, all student recordings are saved for 12 months. An easy way to gather this data is to have the student read the same web-based passage at different times.
  10. 10. The Reading Web and Response to Intervention (RtI)Rourke’s Reading Web... ... Provides instruction materials to support Response to Intervention (RtI). ...Uses student performance data collected over time to make academic decisions regarding student instruction. ...Efficiently differentiates instruction for all students.Rourke Reading Web and the Three Tiers of RtI: Tier III The Reading Web provides Intensive targeted intervention on an Individual individual basis for students Intervention qualifying for Tier III intervention. The Reading Web supports differentiated instruction, Tier II in small group settings, for Targeted Small Group Instruction students not making adequate progress in the general curriculum classroom in Tier I. All students receive high quality, scientifically based Tier I instruction. The Reading Core Instructional Program Web provides a screening tool to monitor individual student progress.
  11. 11. Rourke Reading Web provides continuous progress monitoring for vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension withengaging informational reading. • Content Vocabulary Development focusing on Tier II and Tier III. vocabulary words o Builds vocabulary in context o Applies vocabulary in multiple lessons o Assesses vocabulary development automatically on the computer and with teacher assessed graphic organizers • Fluency Practice focusing on appropriate reading rate and expression. o Uses the gradual release model to scaffold students reading Read To Assisted Reading Echo Reading Repeated Reading Independent Reading o Calculates fluency rate automatically and saves voice recording of student for ONE YEAR • Comprehension focusing on developing informational text comprehension strategies and skills. o Covers multiple levels of comprehension questions, skills, and strategies Literal Inferential Structural Graphic Organizers Short Answer Response o Assesses comprehension automatically on the computer and with teacher assessed graphic organizers • Assessment focuses on both progress monitoring and gathering pre/post test data. o Progress Monitoring is automatic with computer generated scores for each student in vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension o Student Portfolios are enhanced with student work samples, computer generated reports, and audio recordings of students’ reading o Data can be reported by individual student, a selected group of students, all students in a building or district, or aggregated to show trends
  12. 12. Common Core State Standards (CCSS)Correlations to Reading Web “By reading texts in history/social studies, science, and other disciplines, students build a foundation of knowledge in these fields that will also give them the background to be better readers in all content areas.” Common Core State Standards, 2010 Common Core State Standardsfor English Language Arts, K-5 Correlated to the Rourke Reading WebCollege and Career Readiness Anchor Standards Rourke Reading Webfor Reading, K-5 Key Ideas and Details Reading Web scaffolds students’ use of strategies and skills to focus on key ideas andKey Ideas and Details details while reading informational passages.1. Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical Students then practice and apply these inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to strategies and skills when reading and analyzing support conclusions drawn from the text. the accompanying informational texts.2. Determine central ideas or themes of a text and analyze their development; summarize the key supporting details and ideas.3. Analyze how and why individuals, events, and ideas develop and interact over Craft and Structure the course of a text. Reading Web provides multiple opportunities for students to interpret and analyze wordCraft and Structure meanings and text structure building both4. Interpret words and phrases as they are used in a text, including determining their understanding of words and their technical, connotative, and figurative meanings, and analyze how specific word understanding of the choices that writer made. choices shape meaning or tone.5. Analyze the structure of texts, including how specific sentences, paragraphs, and larger portions of the text (e.g., a section, chapter, scene, or stanza) relate Integration of Knowledge and Ideas Reading Web provides students access to to each other and the whole. informational text in multiple media formats.6. Assess how point of view or purpose shapes the content and style of a text. Students respond to texts and evaluateIntegration of Knowledge and Ideas information contained in texts by engaging7. Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse media and formats, in small group discussions and independent including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words.* activities.8. Delineate and evaluate the argument and specific claims in a text, including the validity of the reasoning as well as the relevance and sufficiency of the evidence. Range of Reading and Level of9. Analyze how two or more texts address similar themes or topics in order to build knowledge or to compare the approaches the authors take. Text Complexity Reading Web provides leveled informationalRange of reading and Level of text Complexity texts that provide different levels of complexity10. Read and comprehend complex literary and informational texts independently so students as students develop proficiency and proficiently. they can progress to more challenging texts.*Please see “Research to Build and Present Knowledge” in Writing and “Comprehension and Collaboration” inSpeaking and Listening for additional standards relevant to gathering, assessing, and applying information from printand digital sources.Complete K-5 correlation available at www.rourkeclassroom.com.
  13. 13. Reading Web provides quality informational texts to meetthe Common Core State Standards. “Students must also be able to determine or clarify the meaning of grade- appropriate words encountered through listening, reading, and media use; come to appreciate that words have nonliteral meanings...; and expand their vocabulary in the course of studying content.” Common Core State Standards, 2010 Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts, 6-12 Correlated to the Rourke Reading WebCollege and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Rourke Reading WebReading, 6-12 Key Ideas and Details Reading Web scaffolds students’ use of strategies and skills to focus on key ideas andKey Ideas and Details details while reading informational passages.1. Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical Students then practice and apply these inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to strategies and skills when reading and analyzing support conclusions drawn from the text. the accompanying informational texts.2. Determine central ideas or themes of a text and analyze their development; summarize the key supporting details and ideas.3. Analyze how and why individuals, events, and ideas develop and interact over Craft and Structure the course of a text. Reading Web provides multiple opportunities for students to interpret and analyze wordCraft and Structure meanings and text structure building both4. Interpret words and phrases as they are used in a text, including determining their understanding of words and their technical, connotative, and figurative meanings, and analyze how specific word understanding of the choices that writer made. choices shape meaning or tone.5. Analyze the structure of texts, including how specific sentences, paragraphs, and larger portions of the text (e.g., a section, chapter, scene, or stanza) relate Integration of Knowledge and Ideas Reading Web provides students access to to each other and the whole. informational text in multiple media formats.6. Assess how point of view or purpose shapes the content and style of a text. Students respond to texts and evaluateIntegration of Knowledge and Ideas information contained in texts by engaging7. Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse formats and media, in small group discussions and independent including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words.* activities.8. Delineate and evaluate the argument and specific claims in a text, including the validity of the reasoning as well as the relevance and sufficiency of the evidence. Range of Reading and Level of9. Analyze how two or more texts address similar themes or topics in order to build knowledge or to compare the approaches the authors take. Text Complexity Reading Web provides leveled informationalRange of reading and Level of text Complexity texts that provide different levels of complexity10. Read and comprehend complex literary and informational texts independently so students as students develop proficiency and proficiently. they can progress to more challenging texts.*Please see “Research to Build and Present Knowledge” in Writing and “Comprehension and Collaboration” inSpeaking and Listening for additional standards relevant to gathering, assessing, and applying information from printand digital sources.Complete 6-12 correlation available at www.rourkeclassroom.com.
  14. 14. Elementary School Science Collection: Power plants make actual size GRADES Reading Web for Elementary School 1-3 Rourke Reading Web Elementary School Package: $9,535.00 . . . . . 978-1-61236-545-9 • All 24 Titles - 240 Books Total (10 packs of 24 different Titles) • Pictures and passages from all 24 Titles will be available from a secure website • A Comprehensive Teacher’s Resource available online • Ten headsets with attached microphones GRL B–N TITLE LEVEL WPM SCIENCE Our Senses B 60-70 Our Sun Brings Life D 60-70 Run, Swim, Fly D 60-70 Stop and Go, Fast and Slow D 60-70 Day and Night E 60-70 I Use Science Tools E 60-70 Shapes and Patterns We Know G 60-70 Creeping Crawlers G 60-70 Life Cycle of a Monarch Butterfly G 60-70 Animal Habitats H 60-70 Me and My Shadow: A Book About Light H 60-70 Floating and Sinking I 70-80 Living or Nonliving? I 70-80 Measuring Our World I 70-80 Plant Life Cycles I 70-80 Magnet Power J 70-80 Matter Comes in All Shapes J 70-80 Filling the Earth with Trash K 80-90 Made of Metal K 80-90 What’s on the Food Chain Menu? K 80-90 Zap! It’s Electricity! L 80-90 Studying Weather Climates M 80-90 Where Did the Water Go? M 80-90 Gravity! Do You Feel It? N 90-100 Includes Pre and Post Test Assessment.
  15. 15. Elementary School Science Collection: The tree makes actual size GRADES Reading Web for Elementary School 3-5 Rourke Reading Web Elementary School Package: $9,005.00 . . . . . 978-1-61236-544-2 • All 22 Titles - 220 Books Total (10 packs of 22 different Titles) • Pictures and passages from all 22 Titles will be available from a secure website • A Comprehensive Teacher’s Resource available online • Ten headsets with attached microphones GRL F–R TITLE LEVEL WPM SCIENCE Stars F 60-70 Moon G 60-70 Sun G 60-70 Space G 60-70 Earth G 60-70 Planets H 60-70 Growing Up Green J 70-80 Trees: Earth’s Lungs J 70-80 Recycling Earth’s Resources J 70-80 Clean and Green K 80-90 Trees Don’t Freeze K 80-90 How Muscles and Bones Hold You Up L 80-90 Life Cycles: Chickens M 80-90 Albert Einstein N 90-100 Life Cycles: Sunflowers N 90-100 Gray Wolves O 90-100 Savannahs P 90-100 Gorillas P 90-100 Whales P 90-100 Sharks R 100-110 Big Cats R 100-110 Oceans R 100-110Includes Pre and Post Test Assessment.
  16. 16. Middle School Science Collection: Many marine animals actual size GRADES Reading Web for Middle School 5-8 Rourke Reading Web Middle School Package: $10,595.00 . . . . . . . . 978-1-61236-543-5 • All 28 Titles - 280 Books Total (10 packs of 28 different Titles) • Pictures and passages from all 28 Titles will be available from a secure website • A Comprehensive Teacher’s Resource available online • Ten headsets with attached microphones GRL M–U TITLE LEVEL WPM SCIENCE Life Cycles of Butterflies and Moths M 80-90 Allosaurus M 80-90 Rainforests O 90-100 Volcanoes O 90-100 Hurricanes O 90-100 Glaciers O 90-100 Wild Horses O 90-100 Coral Reefs O 90-100 Freaky Faces P 90-100 Bloodsuckers P 90-100 Desert Dinners P 90-100 Freshwater Feeders P 90-100 Speed Demons P 90-100 Weather Q 90-100 Space R 100-110 Cell Phones R 100-110 MP3 Players R 100-110 Oceans R 100-110 Continents R 100-110 Video Games S 110-120 Our Footprint on Earth T 110-120 The Internet and Email T 110-120 Going Green T 110-120 Restoring Wetlands T 110-120 Food Chains and Webs U 110-120 Solar Energy U 110-120 Wind Energy U 110-120 Biofuels U 110-120 Includes Pre and Post Test Assessment.
  17. 17. High School Science Collection: A gene mutation is actual size GRADES Reading Web for High School 9-12 Rourke Reading Web High School Package: $9,995.00 . . . . . . . . . . . 978-1-61236-504-6 • All 20 Titles - 200 Books Total (10 packs of 20 different Titles) • Pictures and passages from all 20 Titles will be available from a secure website • A Comprehensive Teacher’s Resource available online • Ten headsets with attached microphones GRL R–V TITLE LEVEL WPM SCIENCE Geology R 100-110 Computers R 100-110 Build it Green R 100-110 Plants Out of Place R 100-110 Energy S 110-120 Ice to Steam S 110-120 Animal Invaders S 110-120 Exploring the Solar System S 110-120 GPS T 110-120 Infections, Infestations, and Diseases T 110-120 Microworlds: Unlocking the Secrets of Atoms and Molecules T 110-120 You Can’t Wear These Genes U 110-120 Turn on the Lights U 110-120 Rot and Decay U 110-120 Biofuels U 110-120 Understanding Models U 110-120 Using Scientific Tools U 110-120 Cells V 110-120 Rocks, Minerals, and Soil V 110-120 Sorting the Elements V 110-120Includes Pre and Post Test Assessment.
  18. 18. Choose Your Own Collection• Includes Science, Social Studies, and High Interest Titles• Customize the reading levels to meet the needs of your intervention students Rourke Reading Web Titles Choose Your Own Collection: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Call for Quote (Minimum Order of 12 Titles) • 10 Pack of Books (10 packs of Books per Title Ordered) • Pictures and passages from all the selected titles will be available from a secure website • A Comprehensive Teacher’s Resource available online • Ten headsets with attached microphones TITLE LEVEL WPM Our Senses B 60-70 Our Sun Brings Life D 60-70 Run, Swim, Fly D 60-70 Stop and Go, Fast and Slow D 60-70 Day and Night E 60-70 I Use Science Tools E 60-70 Stars F 60-70 Moon G 60-70 Sun G 60-70 Space G 60-70 Earth G 60-70 Shapes and Patterns We Know G 60-70 Creeping Crawlers G 60-70 Life Cycle of a Monarch Butterfly G 60-70 Planets H 60-70 Animal Habitats H 60-70 Me and My Shadow: A Book About Light H 60-70 Floating and Sinking I 70-80 Living or Nonliving? I 70-80 Measuring Our World I 70-80 Plant Life Cycles I 70-80 Growing Up Green J 70-80 Trees: Earth’s Lungs J 70-80 Recycling Earth’s Resources J 70-80 Magnet Power J 70-80 Matter Comes in All Shapes J 70-80 Clean and Green K 80-90 Trees Don’t Freeze K 80-90 Filling the Earth with Trash K 80-90 Made of Metal K 80-90 Paintball K 80-90 What’s on the Food Chain Menu? K 80-90 How Muscles and Bones Hold You Up L 80-90 Zap! It’s Electricity! L 80-90 Studying Weather Climates M 80-90 Where Did the Water Go? M 80-90 Life Cycles: Chickens M 80-90 Life Cycles of Butterflies and Moths M 80-90 Allosaurus M 80-90 Albert Einstein N 90-100 Bamboo N 90-100 Life Cycles: Sunflowers N 90-100 Gravity! Do You Feel It? N 90-100 Gray Wolves O 90-100 Rainforests O 90-100 Volcanoes O 90-100
  19. 19. Rourke Reading Web Titles (cont.)TITLE LEVEL WPMHurricanes O 90-100Glaciers O 90-100Wild Horses O 90-100Coral Reefs O 90-100Savannahs P 90-100Gorillas P 90-100Whales P 90-100Freaky Faces P 90-100Bloodsuckers P 90-100Desert Dinners P 90-100Freshwater Feeders P 90-100Speed Demons P 90-100Strikers Q 90-100Quarterbacks Q 90-100Goalies Q 90-100Weather Q 90-100Sharks R 100-110Big Cats R 100-110Oceans R 100-110Space R 100-110Cell Phones R 100-110MP3 Players R 100-110Continents R 100-110Geology R 100-110Computers R 100-110Build it Green R 100-110Plants Out of Place R 100-110Video Games S 110-120Energy S 110-120Ice to Steam S 110-120Animal Invaders S 110-120Exploring the Solar System S 110-120Pedro and the Coyote S 110-120Hispanic Culture S 110-120African American Culture S 110-120Our Footprint on Earth T 110-120The Internet and Email T 110-120Going Green T 110-120Restoring Wetlands T 110-120GPS T 110-120Infections, Infestations, and Diseases T 110-120Microworlds: Unlocking the Secrets of Atoms and Molecules T 110-120Islamic Culture T 110-120Native American Culture T 110-120Ancient Egyptian Culture T 110-120Food Chains and Webs U 110-120Solar Energy U 110-120Wind Energy U 110-120Biofuels U 110-120You Can’t Wear These Genes U 110-120Turn on the Lights U 110-120Rot and Decay U 110-120Understanding Models U 110-120Using Scientific Tools U 110-120The Cheerleaders U 110-120Cells V 110-120Rocks, Minerals, and Soil V 110-120Sorting the Elements V 110-120Karate W 110-120Gymnastics X 110-120
  20. 20. Ordering lnformation ELEMENTARY (1-3) SCIENCE PACKAGE ELEMENTARY (3-5) SCIENCE PACKAGE Rourke Reading Web Elementary (1-3) package includes: Rourke Reading Web Elementary (3-5) package includes: • All 24 Titles - 240 Books Total • All 22 Titles - 220 Books Total (10 packs of 24 different titles) (10 packs of 22 different titles) • Pictures and passages from all 24 titles will be • Pictures and passages from all 22 titles will be available from a secure website available from a secure website • A comprehensive Teacher’s Resource available online • A comprehensive Teacher’s Resource available online • Ten headsets with attached microphones • Ten headsets with attached microphones Elementary School (1-3) Package......................... $9,535 00 Elementary School (3-5) Package......................... $9,005 00 978-1-61236-545-9 Total plus 8 Shipping % 978-1-61236-544-2 Total plus 8% Shipping MIDDLE SCHOOL (6-8) SCIENCE PACKAGE HIGH SCHOOL (9-12) SCIENCE PACKAGE Rourke Reading Web Middle School (6-8) package includes: Rourke Reading Web High School (9-12) package includes: • All 28 Titles - 280 Books Total • All 20 Titles - 200 Books Total (10 packs of 28 different titles) (10 packs of 20 different titles) • Pictures and passages from all 28 titles will be • Pictures and passages from all 20 titles will be available from a secure website available from a secure website • A comprehensive Teacher’s Resource available online • A comprehensive Teacher’s Resource available online • Ten headsets with attached microphones • Ten headsets with attached microphones Middle School (6-8) Package............................$10,595 00 High School (9-12) Package................................ $9,995 00 978-1-61236-543-5 Total plus 8 Shipping % 978-1-61236-504-6 Total plus 8% ShippingAll pricing is based on a single school agreement. CHOOSE YOUR OWN COLLECTIONNo Seat Licensing or Renewal Fees. Choose Your Own Collection • 10 Pack of Books (10 Packs of Books per Title Ordered) • Pictures and passages from all the selected titles will be available from a secure website • A comprehensive Teacher’s Resource available online • Ten headsets with attached microphones Choose Your Own Package......................Call for Quote Minimum Order of 12 Titles National_Reading Web_Brochure.indd Rourke Educational Media Phone: 1.800.380.2289 P.O. Box 643328 Fax: 1.888.355.6270 Vero Beach, FL 32964 www.rourkeclassroom.com

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