The Hunt for R. L. Nox
The hunt is on! The Ebrinites are depending on Ed and Mel Davis and their friend Jax to stop R. L. Nox as he is destroying their world bit by bit. Ed and Mel must dig deep to find the strength to stop R. L. while they also fight the spell that hinders their ability to communicate. Will they be able to stop R. L. before his greed completely destroys Ebrin? Or will the challenge ahead be more than they can handle? The fate of Ebrin rests in their hands.
The Hunt for R. L. Nox of the Ed and Mel’s Decodable Adventures series continues the adventure found in The Black Silk Path. Each chapter contains a parent or tutor read-passage, a decodable student passage, and a game to play. New reading concepts are added as Ed and Mel add to their reading and communication skills that were lost when R. L. Nox placed them under a spell. The progression of new skills in The Hunt for R. L. Nox follows the scope and sequence of the Barton Reading & Spelling System Level 4.
The Hunt for R. L. Nox provides:
- 15 shared reading chapters
- 15 reading games
- Notes on which concepts are added to each chapter
- Notes on which Barton level 4 lesson corresponds to the chapter
- Note of any variation from the Barton Level 4 scope and sequence
- Approximately 7036 words in the student text passages
- Barton Reading & Spelling System Level 3 skills: Closed syllable, digraphs (ck, sh, ch, wh, th), two and three-letter blends, digraph blends, double f, l, s, or z at the end of a word, -all, -ang, -ing, -ong, -ung, -ank, -ink, -onk, -unk, trigraph tch, contractions, -oll, -old, -olt, -ost, -ild, -ind
- Barton Reading & Spelling System Level 4 skills added chapter by chapter:
- Chapter 1: Open syllables
- Chapter 2: Dividing syllables with one consonant between vowels
- Chapter 3: Dividing syllables with two consonants between vowels
- Chapter 4: No new reading skills. Reading words with /k/ in the middle.
- Chapter 5: No new reading skills. Reading words with doubled consonants in the middle.
- Chapter 6: Reading vowels that turn to schwa in the last syllable.
- Chapter 7: Dividing syllables with three consonants between vowels, compound words
- Chapter 8: Dividing syllables with four or more consonants between vowels
- Chapter 9: Dividing words with 3 syllables.
- Chapter 10: Reading unaccented open-a as schwa
- Chapter 11: Reading open i or e with the short sound in the middle syllable (also known as schwa outside of Barton Reading & Spelling System)
- Chapter 12: Vowel teams ay, ee at the end of a word. Reading y with the long I sound at the end of a word.
- Chapter 13: Vowel teams ow, oe, ew, ue at the end of a word.
- Chapter 14: Vowel teams ai, oa, ee in the middle of a word.