Deep Haven Academy Introduces Zoo Phonics Program DeephavenAcademy.org/Read or by calling (952) 261-0625. Deephaven Academy is located at 18325 Minnetonka Boulevard in Deephaven. By Meghan Davy email@example.com Parents and caregivers looking to prepare their preschoolers for reading readiness will have a new option this spring, when Deephaven Academy introduces its first eight week Zoo-phonics program.
Another great resource for parents and teachers who care about teaching ALL students to read proficiently. Arrow Educational Products has been creating and distributing phonics and literacy reading materials for the home and school market for the past 12 years. You can use our web based products at our subscription web sites to help your
The way we teach most children to read sets them up to fail PAMELA SNOW AND ALISON CLARKE A new batch of Australian five-year-olds has just started school, eager to learn to read and write. Unfortunately for them, English has one of the most difficult spelling systems of any language, thanks to the way it
The credit for this is Anne Glennie from Scotland! This is a good item to post on large billboards all over the world! Parent know intuitively that their children need to “sound our words” and that is why the “Big Box” stores have shelves full of supplemental phonics toys…and why more and more APPS are
Here is a new addition to the list of reading resources for children. Teaching the letter sounds FIRST is the key! The Best Methods to Teach Your Children to Read READING MAGIC-Learning to Read Through Advanced Phonics Games for iOS Feb 19, 2015 – Preschool University today releases a huge update for READING MAGIC for
Teaching Early Reading Teacher educators in elementary programs at Gordon College (MA) and Southern Methodist University (TX), whose early reading courses earn Strong Design designations in our Early Reading Standard, have generously agreed to share the courses’ syllabi with teacher educators everywhere. Gordon College EDU 345 Introduction to Teaching Reading EDU 347 Teaching Reading and
Would anyone want their child to read BELOW the proficient level in reading after twelve years of schooling? Not me. Especially when schools where systematic, synthetic, direct instruction in the alphabetic principle are educating all of their students to read proficiently. Below is the definition of the NAEP achievement level for a proficient reader: “Proficient.
Phonics techniques commonly used with primary school pupils also provide a significant boost to struggling readers at secondary level, new research suggests. Low-attaining students in Year 7 can rapidly improve their reading ability by spending up to an hour a day on a phonics-based programme that includes deciphering nonsense words, according to a study published
70% of 4th Graders are NOT reading proficiently, according to the Anne E. Casey Foundation latest data in 2013. http://www.aecf.org/m/databook/2014KC_profile_HI.pdf
Alphabetic Principle Skills To develop the alphabetic principle across grades K-3, students need to learn two essential skills: Letter-sound correspondences: comprised initially of individual letter sounds and progresses to more complex letter combinations. Word reading: comprised initially of reading simple CVC words and progresses to compound words, multisyllabic words, and sight words. Kindergarten Skills Letter-sound