Read Write Speak It!

Primary Level Two thumbnail

Primary & Intermediate Level Lessons

Steps to literacy and fluency for English language learners at Primary Levels 1, 2 & 3 and Intermediate 1, 2, 3 & 4

One Year Subscription - 28 Weekly Lesson Plans

What's included in each level:

Check Out These Sample Lessons!

Includes a sample lesson from each level!

Get Access Today!


Already registered? Sign in here.

Individual Immediate Access: One year subscription.  $79.00 per user, per level, or save with bundles!
Bulk purchase: Contact sales for school or district purchases.

Primary Level One


Primary Level Two


Primary Level Three


Primary Bundle


Intermediate Level One


Intermediate Level Two


Intermediate Level Three


Intermediate Level Four


Intermediate Bundle


Why it Works

This resource is organized a few ways. 

Primary is recommended for grades 1 through 3, and Intermediate/Middle is recommended for grades 4 and up. 

Under the main category of Primary and Intermediate/Middle, the resource is divided into Levels

Primary is broken into three levels based on English Language proficiency – one being a newcomer to three being almost fluent. The three levels could also correspond with grade levels in a classroom with few or no non-native English speakers, but we know teachers know their class best and can decide from which level their students will gain most.

Intermediate/Middle levels 1 through 4 work in the same manner, one being a newcomer and four being almost fluent.

The 28 Lessons within each level are organized alphabetically (we’ve included SH and TH digraphs in this version – we will be adding more in the future.) This does not mean the lessons need to be presented in that particular order! The lessons are arranged alphabetically more for convenience than a required sequence.

Provided with each level is a spreadsheet that lists the corresponding letter, mentor texts, targeted standards-based literacy lessons, and in Primary, a cross curricular content connection. The Intermediate/Middle spreadsheet lists the same components, but rather than cross curricular content connection, we’ve identified a theme.

We encourage you to arrange the lessons in a sequence to best fit with your current instruction.

How To Use This Resource:

Below are a  couple videos that further explain Read Write Speak it! and how to access and use a level once it is purchased.