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									                                                The Story of Read Alee Deed
                                                                       Alee
                                                                                           Language Arts, English
                                                                                                       Slim 1993
                                                                     16 15 minute programs for grades K-1
                                                                 Unrestricted Use for Educational Purposes
                                              SOL English: K.1, K4, K7, 1.6, 1.10, 2.1, 3.1, 5.2 (ALL EPI-

This early reading series introduces children to the alphabet and to related sounds and rhyming patterns that
unlock words and their meaning in a way that combines phonemics and whole language approaches. The fast-
paced story features the adventures of a magic dragon named Read-Alee-Deed-Alee. Read’s adventures take place
in “a land where people love to read.” Children are introduced to sound-patterns, words, rhymes, and
substitutions as Read encounters them in each adventure. Read encourages students to try at home what they see
in the video. Original songs, animation, puppets, children, activities, books, and video field trips are used to
capture student interest and to help accomplish the goals of the project. The teacher’s guide includes the lyrics to
all the songs as well as reproducible student activity pages, discussion suggestions, and pre-viewing and follow-

101. Can’t Stop the Pop—Children meet         find what he wants in XTRA, the              guess what is in the package. It contains a
Read-Alee-Deed-Alee and learn that he is      newspaper. Read flies off to the Reading     birthday cake! The newspaper greets Read
on a journey to a land where people love      Room to hear the book McCall. After the      and tells him about a new movie called
to read. Read hears about a new movie in      book is read, Read heads home. Along the     “Bake the Cake.” Read flies off to the
town and heads for the theater. But, upon     way, he encounters signs “in the real        Reading Room to hear Jake the Snake, The
arriving he finds he is unable to read the    world” which he is able to read; for         Dragon Spoke and part of Mr. Rabbit and
title—”Can’t Stop the Pop.” Inside the        example: “steep hill” and “ball field.”      the Lonely Present. As Read heads home,
theater, he cannot read the menu. During      Theme: activities                            he encounters signs “in the real world”
the course of his “movie,” and in a musical   Featured patterns and letter: all/ill, I     which he is able to read; for example:
format, the words “pop,” “hop,” “mop,”                                                     “milk shake,” “bike route” and “joke
“stop,” “hip,” “lip,” “sip” and “tip” are     103. The Lost and Found—Read and             books.”
presented. From time to time during the       his friends sing about the sounds heard      Featured patterns and letter: ake/ike/oke, k
movie Read encourages viewers to come         around the house. Mr. Booker has set up a
up with their own words that rhyme.           Lost and Found at his news stand, which      105. The Deep Sleep—RADIOLA,
When Read leaves the theater, he finds that   contains something Read lost—his red         BELLE, and TOC try to wake Read up.
now he can read the title on the marquee.     scarf. The newspaper introduces the word     The telephone rings and Mr. Booker says
Read flies to the Reading Room and joins      “found” and contains a story about a         that he has just received a new supply of
a group of children who have gathered to      “hound” that made a splendid “sound.”        alphabet books. By the time Read reaches
hear a story from the book Ten Apples Up      The “hound” story continues with the use     the newsstand, only the “j” book is left.
on Top. The book features the sound-          of “out” words. Read flies off to the        Read opens the book and the “j” song is
spelling pattern “op” and Read and the        Reading Room to hear Out on the Sound        sung. Read flies off to the Reading Room
children in the studio recognize the words    and Ram Talk. As Read heads home, he         to hear Fleet Street and Six Sleepy Sheep.
“hop,” “mop” and “stop.” After the book       encounters signs “in the real world” which   As Read heads home, he encounters signs
is read, Read heads for home. Along the       he is able to read; for example: “play       that he is able to read: “deep end,” “please
way he encounters signs “in the real          ground” and “this way out.”                  do not feed the animals,” and “one way
world” which he is now able to read.          Featured patterns and letter: ound/out, f    street.”
Featured patterns and letter: op/ip, p                                                     Featured patterns and letter: eep/eet/eed, j
                                              104. Bake the Cake—Read and his
102. A Ball In the Mall—Read decides          friends sing about Mr. Booker and his        106. Race in Space—As Read gives
he wants to play with a ball. So, he goes     birthday present. At Mr. Booker’s            himself a good scrub, RADIOLA,
off to see his friend Mr. Booker, who runs    newsstand, Read wishes Mr. Booker a          BELLE, and TOC sing a song about
a newsstand. Mr. Booker invites him to        happy birthday, and Mr. Booker tries to      keeping clean. Mr. Booker shows Read a
mirror that was just installed at the          hear Ned and Fred, My Dog Jet and part      of More, More, More Said the Baby. As
newsstand so that people coming by can         of The Friends of Emily Culpepper. As       Read heads home, he encounters signs
see a friendly face. In the newspaper Read     Read heads home, he encounters signs        which he is able to read: “shoe store” and
finds a story about a girl who loves to        which he is able to read ‘wet paint” and    “handle with care.”
race. Read flies off to the Reading Room       “no turn on red.”                           Featured patterns and letter: ore/are, r
to hear Dave Does Not Like, The Annual         Featured patterns and letter: et/ed, d
Sea Race and part of King Bidgood’s in                                                     113. A Beard of Cold Gold—Read and
the Bathtub. As Read heads home, he          110. Balloon at Noon—Read is busy             his friends sing about shapes and which
encounters signs which he is able to read:   painting a picture and singing about          one is their favorite. They examine circles,
“parking place,” “skate shop,” and           colors. Mr. Booker is busy decorating his     squares, rectangles and triangles. Mr.
“shave.”                                     stand with balloons. XTRA, the                Booker puts up signs of various shapes to
Featured patterns and letter: ace/ate/ave, v newspaper appears with a story for Read       show customers what he has to sell:
                                             about using your imagination to think of      triangles for magazines, circles for books,
107. A Day on the Bay—Mr. Booker             different things a balloon might become;      rectangles for newspapers and squares for
shows Read a picture that he has on          for example: a moon or a meatball on a        cards. XTRA appears with a story about
display of “the bay.” XTRA, the              spoon. Read flies off to the Reading          an elf who lives up north where it is cold.
newspaper, appears with a story for Read Room to hear Dear Mom Notes and                   Read flies off to the Reading Room to
about a horse with hay, sailing on a boat Color Zoo. As Read heads home, he                hear Old Jack Fold and The TV Show. As
in the bay. The newspaper sequence ends encounters signs which he is able to read:         Read heads home, he encounters signs
with a song about the letter “y.” Read flies “we close at noon,” “high school” and         which he is able to read: “sold” and
off to the Reading Room to hear The          “swimming pool.”                              “fishing pole.”
Birthday Boy and A Real Cowboy. As           Featured patterns and letter: oon/ool, h      Featured patterns and letter: old/ole, s
Read heads home, he encounters signs
which he is able to read: “one way” and      111. The Cub in the Tub—Read and his          114. Dirt on My Shirt—At home with
“toy store.”                                 friends sing about traveling and the places   his friends, Read sings about the alphabet.
Featured patterns and letter: ay/oy, y       they would like to visit. Mr. Booker has a    Read points out that by putting letters
                                             globe and talks about far away places. He     together, they form words. Mr. Booker
108. Valentine: Be Mine—Read and his says that he travels all around the world             practices his own special “abc’s” for
friends sing a song about feelings and the by reading and using his imagination. He        making the stand a success: “a” is for all;
fact that it takes all kinds of feelings to  shows Read a picture that he has just put     ‘‘b” is for bright, and “c” is for clean.
give your life “some spice.” The song        on display of a lion cub, born far away in    XTRA appears with a story for Read. It is
ends with Read explaining that “my           Africa. XTRA appears with a story about       about two specks of dirt. Read flies off to
feelings help to make me me!” At his         a lion cub. Read flies off to the Reading     the reading room to hear The Dirt Party
newsstand, Mr. Booker is very proud of Room to hear Queen Tut, Three Bear                  and If I Saw an Alligator. As Read heads
his greeting card display, particularly the Cubs and part of The Best Way To Ripton.       home, he encounters signs which he is
valentine cards. Read is curious, so Mr.     As Read heads home, he encounters signs       able to read: “shirt sale” and “shopping
Booker explains that you send a valentine which he is able to read: “shut the door,”       cart.”
card to say you care about someone. Read and the “scrub brush.”                            Featured patterns and letter: irt/art, c
opens the card and is introduced to words Featured patterns and letter: ub/ut, t
that rhyme with “valentine.” Read flies off                                                115. The Hot Dot—Read and his friends
to the Reading Room to hear Clementine 112. More at the Core—Read and his                  sing about the pleasures of being home.
and The Missing Dime. As Read heads          friends sing about reading books, street      They describe many different kinds of
home, he encounters signs which he is        signs, post cards, and signs at the store.    homes, i.e. homes in the city, bees in a
able to read: “dine out” and “dime store.” Read makes the point that there is so           hive, snails in a shell, a bear in a cave.
Featured patterns and letter: ine/ime, m     much to be learned from reading. Mr.          XTRA appears and tells Read about a
                                             Booker has started a campaign to get his      movie he’d like to see entitled “The Hot
109. My Wet Pet—Read and his friends customers to read more. He is putting up              Dot.” Read flies off to the Reading Room
sing a song about what it means to be a      signs announcing that if someone buys         to hear The Hot Spot, Bit by Bit and part
good friend. Mr. Booker is busy setting      something they will get more: “buy two,       of The Napping House. As Read heads
up a special display with pictures of his    you’ll get three.” XTRA appears with          home, he encounters signs which he is
customers’ pets. XTRA pops up with a         some news about a worm in an apple            able to read: “parking lot,” “banana split”
story for Read about an amazing pet cat.     core. Read flies off to the Reading Room      and “lost cat.” The program concludes
Read flies off to the Reading Room to        to hear The Nevermore Pet Store and part      with Read in bed thinking about his day

								
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