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May 27, 2016

The warm up today is using can and may correctly.

Then we will be reading What is the Difference… and answering questions on a separate piece of paper. 13 more words

Sophomore English

Should my kindergarten son read aloud to me? How about my third grade daughter?

Reading aloud to a parent or teacher has two purposes:  to show that the child can decode words properly and to show that the child can read with fluency.  422 more words

Methods Of Teaching Reading

Making Connections

During our modelled and shared reading 1V have been learning how to use a number of the Super 6 Reading Strategies to help them gain a greater meaning of texts. 177 more words


Milling around in bewilderment: that reading comprehension.

You can see the reading test for yourself from this link

The day started well; dawn casting spun-gold threads across a rosy sky.  The long wait was over; sats week was finally here.   3,358 more words

Wishing you had a do-over?

In my last post, I pondered the impact teachers have on students forever and how that might infuse our teaching in the last 6 weeks of school this year.   1,059 more words

6 Months to CAT

Yes, About 6 months to go for CAT & Other MBA entrance Exams. Relax, Let us tell you that these six months are more than sufficient to cover & revise the entire syllabus of most entrance exams. 366 more words


Reading Program

At my school, we have a big focus on reading improvement. The school’s literacy levels are below the average and many individual students have extremely low levels. 416 more words

Teaching Ideas