Eagle Eye teaches students to look at the picture clues to help figure out the word. This skill is necessary for students with limited letter sound knowledge. It allows them to use illustrations to support their reading. Students who would rely on this strategy are typically reading books that follow a pattern.For example, their text may read like this; “I see a cat. I see a dog. I see a frog.” Once they have mastered the pattern, they can rely on the pictures on each page to figure out the unknown word.