The first chapter of Book 3 guides the learner through an intensive review of the previously learned letters in three levels from basic to more complex, to ensure mastery and to foster confidence. ┬áThe second chapter introduces the consonant sound in the middle of the word called sh’va. Chapters three through six introduce the rest of the vowels, one vowel per chapter, cumulatively building on the learner’s new knowledge while teaching the new components. In these chapters students learn to distinguish between the vowels through very specific activities designed to train the eye to search for the vowel and to associate it with the correct vowel sound. They also acquire some ┬ábasic vocabulary including colors, numbers, days of the weeks and holidays.