The programme comes with a Reader which is Sabah centric in content. For students in Malaysia, this is a local flavour of a little-known state among students in general. The workbooks provided are photocopiable and can be kept by the panel head of the language programme or in the library for easy accessibility to teachers and students.
In total there are four workbooks based on the level of proficiency: Basic, Elementary, Intermediate and Advanced. For the initial start of the reading programme, Basic and Elementary are introduced first, though for training purposes all 4 levels will be done. All worksheets come with an Answer Key found at the end of the Workbook and there are no ambiguous answers.
The Basic Workbook is made up of True/False Questions providing a purpose for students to complete each reading. The Elementary Workbook made up of Multiple-Choice Questions is aimed at starting students into examination-based questions formats. The Intermediate Workbook is for information transfer, moving from linear to non-linear information and vice versa and the Advanced Workbook allows for students to move into longer sentences in complete answers, thus preparing them for the next stage which is Writing. The progression of skills in the English Language in the school syllabus is in the workbooks while the Reader remains the same.
The basis for the above concept is on the understanding that when students work with the familiar on one hand, they are able to develop skills on what is unfamiliar on the other.