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The Secrets to Teaching Reading - What no one ever told you - cover

The Secrets to Teaching Reading - What no one ever told you

Roxie Sporleder

Publisher: Teaching Basics LLC

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Summary

Learn the secrets to teaching reading that are capable of producing extraordinary results. Thirty years of scientific brain research has given us amazing tools to produce good readers. This book identifies that research and the secrets to implementing it. Every reading strategy and principle has been research-validated to work in classrooms, small groups, and with individuals that are poor readers. 
You will find the secrets to success when teaching reading to all ages, especially those who struggle with reading. This book describes the reading skills everyone needs to become a good reader as well as the special challenges of teaching struggling readers. You will learn specific research-based strategies to teach phonemic awareness, the alphabet, graphemes, word building, decoding, reading fluency, reading speed, reading comprehension, and writing in response to reading. There is enormous hope for readers of all ages, no matter how much they have struggled in the past. They can become proficient readers.

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