Getting Started In Reading by Ruth Mitchell download in pdf, ePub, iPad
Successful lessons only happen with careful planning. They become increasingly more self-directed, self-regulated, and independent. It slowly sounds out all words and includes all the media. Reading Bear is perfect for one-on-one work. We expect that most students using Reading Bear will not need this feature, however.
Then put the books in their hands, support them in their reading, and let them have fun. You can take quizzes over not just a single presentation, but over the last five and over all presentations so far. This teaches both the individual parts of words and how they come together as a whole. Shows only sentences and media without audio.
The program can be played as a video that demands nothing from students, and at first, for many students, that is probably how it should be used. Form groups based on assessment data.
Good for remedial programs. Don't ask a student to sound out words, or blend words, before they're ready. Reteach procedural lessons as needed.
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