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Featured Article: What Age Should a Child Read?
“Try to avoid starting from ‘a’ and working through every single letter in alphabetical order. For non-experts, this has been a very common mistake, so this is very important as this serves as a guideline on how you will begin teaching reading.”
Reading Teacher Level 1 begins by introducing the continuous sounds, such as the /s/ and /m/ sounds, since these are the easiest to teach and learn. In Level 2, phonemes /T/, /I/ and /N/ are introduced followed by the phoneme /O/ in level 3.
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Inside the Classroom: Success Story
“I was introduced to the (Reading Teacher) program 7 years ago by a fantastic mentor teacher and have never wavered with my loyalty and awe of the program’s success with all students. It is an all inclusive reading program!”
Teaching Tip: Participation
Take a moment after every class and give yourself a grade for participation. Ask yourself these questions: How open are you to your students? How do you encourage them to get involved? Do you let students know you appreciate their participation? Sometimes we can feel defeated by our reaction to students’ participation. Remember, student participation is dependent on teacher participation.
“Reading is essential for those who seek to rise above the ordinary.” – Jim Rohn
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