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How to Teach Reading Lesson 31 - 40

How to Teach Reading Lesson 31 - 40
How to Teach Reading Lesson 31 - 40
How to Teach Reading Lesson 31 - 40
How to Teach Reading Lesson 31 - 40
How to Teach Reading Lesson 31 - 40
How to Teach Reading Lesson 31 - 40
How to Teach Reading Lesson 31 - 40
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You will find lessons and activities in this download that will teach your child/students how to read. Please be sure to include the corresponding flashcards and recording that go with each lesson.

Who can use the program?

Preschoolers with reading readiness
Beginning readers
English as a second language students
Special education students
Dyslexic students
Struggling students
Parents, Grandparents, Tutors, Teachers, Mentors
If a child can recognize the ABCs, the child is ready to learn to read with my program. The lessons build on each other creating a solid foundation of reading skills. With my individualized program, you can go as fast or as slow as necessary with a feeling of success and self-esteem for you and the learner.

Why It's Special

What makes the program special is that anyone can follow the easy directions, use the materials provided, and teach a child to read.

How It Works

The program begins with teaching the short vowels and giving a firm foundation of these sounds. Then, consonants are introduced to the short vowels beginning with the most common. Vowel-consonant patterns are taught followed by consonant-vowel-consonant patterns. In a few short weeks an average student will be reading sentences within the program.

Each new letter has flash cards and activities to reinforce learning. Each new sound is then practiced through vocabulary lists. These are all combined into sentences the student can read. Each lesson builds on the previous one.

After the short vowels and consonants are learned, the long vowels, silent e, blends, digraphs and dipthongs are taught. Each is introduced separately, with flash cards, vocabulary lists, teaching activities, reinforcements, games and guidelines for evaluations and rewards.

Why It's Successful

The program is tailored to fit any type of learner from the gifted and talented learner to the special needs or English as a second language child. The excessive activities, reinforcements, reviews and evaluation guidelines make it successful for all.
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33 pages
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