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Two complete Cambridge English: Advanced Practice Tests, together with the audios needed for the exam and the answer key, available from our corporate website. Please note that these tests are for teachers only - you will be taken to our corporate website where you will need to register as a teacher to access it.
The entire program consists of two coil-bound books: 1) the OnTrack Reading Phonics Program Instruction Manual which describes, in detail, how to implement the curriculum, and 2) the OnTrack Reading Advanced Code Phonics Workbook, a one-time-use workbook for the student. Both books are required. The cost of the program, consisting of the two books, is quite reasonable and includes Free Shipping in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and the UK. Additional workbooks can be ordered the same way. Just reduce the counter on the Instruction Manual to zero and order only the workbook(s). Note that Free Shipping doesn't apply if only one workbook is ordered separately.
The 49-page instruction manual describes, in detail, how I use the workbook with my own clients. It is required if you are to use the workbook correctly. In it you'll find Basic Instructions for each worksheet type, Special Instructions for specific worksheets, Pacing Notes to guide you through the four threads of the workbook, and other Notes that usually just explain why certain curriculum choices were made.
Also included is a suggested path through the workbook to guide parents using it only one time with a child. Instructors/tutors using the program several times over can use the guide as a starting point, then vary it depending upon the capabilities of their students.
The 170-page workbook, used according to the instruction manual, is a complete advanced code phonics program. It does require adult guidance throughout because errors need to be caught and corrected as they occur. It is not a workbook intended to be used independently to practice phonics. The adult, whether a parent, tutor or trained reading instructor, should use the detailed instructions in the instruction manual to guide the student through each page of the workbook.
A trained instructor can usually get a student through the entire program in about twenty hours of one-on-one instruction, but that assumes that a parent is attending enough sessions to be able to correctly oversee the homework phase of the program. The homework phase should take the student another twenty or so hours to complete, plus any additional time spent practicing reading in appropriate literature. A tutor or instructor who needs to also oversee the homework phase will probably take about forty hours to complete the program.
Parents working with their child will be serving as both instructors (while doing the initial instruction) and overseers of homework (during which the child practices the material learned during the initial instruction.) Conceivably, one parent could do the initial instruction and the other could oversee the homework. Children working with parents should be able to complete the workbook, including homework, in fifty or sixty hours of one-on-one instruction.
Thread Three:Comprehensive advanced code consonant digraphs such as the j, g, ge, dge, and dg spellings of the /j/ sound. (Examples: just, gym, large, badge, and budget)
The OnTrack Reading Phonics Program is not a Basic Code program. That is, it isn't to be used to teach a child the first steps of reading, such as the sounds associated with individual consonant letters like t, b, s, m, etc., nor should it be used to introduce a child to blending simple sounds and recognizing the resultant words. That said, most children now get at least a rudimentary exposure to phonics in school, often even in preschool. Essentially, if your child has had some basic phonics instruction and can decode words like cat, stop, hand, and trip with reasonable consistency, he should be ready to learn the advanced code covered in the workbook.
Many researchers are familiar with the spreadsheet capabilities of Microsoft Excel, but have never explored using customized VISUAL BASIC FOR APPLICATIONS (VBA) macros embedded in the program. At the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense (USAMRICD), the implementation of VBA program code to carry out repetitive operations has resulted in a tremendous savings in both the time and manpower required to reliably capture, analyze, and plot data from research protocols. A set of "template" workbooks was developed and is used to organize data from different types of studies. At the heart of the concept is a "setup information" worksheet onto which the user enters information about the study (i.e. the number of subjects, groups, graphs). Clicking a control button on this worksheet launches the VBA code that creates worksheets for each subject, group and chart specified. A "pairmatch" function allows the user to create groups either randomly or by pair matching based on user-specified variables. Controls are provided that run VBA program code to parse subject data files into the proper worksheets and perform group averages. Charts are updated automatically whenever group averages change so that the researcher always has an up-to-date plot available. The ability to reformat the captured data onto a "statistical output" worksheet allows data to be imported easily to statistical software packages. The concept is being used for several different types of studies at USAMRICD and has significantly reduced not only amount of time spent on data management, but also the number of data entry errors. Readers interested in acquiring an electronic copy of the startle workbook example, which contains the complete VBA code, should send the request to the authors at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The overall goal of the smart compressed natural gas (CNG) station deployment project is to develop an advanced vehicle and station solution for maximizing a CNG fill with or without pre-cooling of the natural gas. The project includes the development, demonstration, and field deployment of sensors, software, and communication systems on multiple smart vehicles and dispensers, programmed with an advanced control algorithm to maximize full fills. In addition, several of the demonstration locations include CNG pre-cooling to help overcome the heat of compression during a fill that causes CNG tanks to reach their pressure limit before they are full. The combination of these technologies helps solve the issue of elevated pressures from heat of compression that result in natural gas vehicles being under-filled and alleviates driver uncertainty about the vehicle's remaining range.
The Southeast AFV Demonstration Initiative (SADI) will carry out a multi-fuel, multi-state vehicle demonstration program complete with vehicles, driver education and marketing strategies to help incorporate alternative fuels into new fleets and industry sectors in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. This project will focus on non-existent or under-utilized markets for compressed natural gas, propane, electric, E85 and biodiesel in the transportation sector, targeting applications such as school buses, delivery vehicles, state/local government, and commuter vehicles. The project seeks to both reach a considerable number of drivers/fleet operators and ensure that adequate fueling infrastructure is in place to allow for continued use after the project ends.
Florida experiences the most hurricane landfalls, third most tornado events, and fifth most wildfires by acreage in the country. The objective of the project is to complete a comprehensive Statewide Alternative Fuel Resiliency Plan that utilizes multiple alternative fuels to provide redundancy, and therefore resilience, in Florida's transportation fuels. The project helps develop a best practice resiliency guide for alternative fuels for transportation as well as stationary alternative fuel generators, and documents lessons learned. The best practice guide provides insight regarding using alternative fuel vehicles as emergency response vehicles, alternative fuel supply chain strengths and weaknesses, and utilizing alternative fuel generators for emergency management facilities.
QIS 3 is a comprehensive assessment of the proposed capital requirements for the standardised, foundation IRB and advanced IRB approaches under the New Basel Capital Accord as well as the capital charges for operational risk and securitisation. Submissions should be returned to national supervisors by 20 December 2002. The results of QIS 3 will provide important input for the third consultative paper.
The Basel Committee distributed a draft of the QIS 3 package in July 2002 in order to allow banks time to review the questionnaire and to start gathering and mobilising the data required to complete the QIS 3 exercise. Since then, banks and supervisors have provided comments and raised queries in various areas. To the extent possible, comments and queries have been addressed in the enclosed documents.
The enclosed QIS 3 information package contains two sets of documents: (i) a larger, comprehensive package for banks aiming to complete the standardised, IRB foundation or IRB advanced approach for credit risk and (ii) a separate, smaller package for banks only completing the standardised approach for credit risk for QIS 3. Banks aiming to submit data on the IRB approaches should use the comprehensive package. The smaller package has been provided for banks only completing the standardised approach for credit risk and the basic indicator or standardised approach (i.e. not the advanced measurement approach) for operational risk. In addition, this smaller package does not include worksheets, instructions or technical guidance relating to securitisation. Banks with material involvement in securitisation, even if they are not planning to use the IRB approaches to credit risk or the AMA approach to operational risk, should use the comprehensive package and complete the securitised assets worksheets. The larger, comprehensive QIS 3 package has been made available on the Basel Committee's website. The smaller QIS 3 package has not been placed on the website. Supervisors should provide the appropriate package to banks in their country. 781b155fdc