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Telling the day's story with fine motor skills exercises

Description: The child learns how to relate the day’s experiences and sequence them appropriately through an activity that strengthens fine motor skills.

Duration: 15 – 30 mins (including prep) 534 more words

Fine Motor Skills

Building Reading Comprehension

Functional illiteracy is a large problem in the United States

(Information retrieved from K12 Readers on July 29, 2017 from http://www.k12reader.com/the-importance-of-reading-comprehension/ )
  • Over 60% of inmates in the U.S prison system have reading skills at or below the fourth grade level.
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Reading Best Practices

Reading Assessment at the Interactive and Extensive Level

In reading assessment, the interactive and extensive level are the highest levels of reading. This post will provide examples of assessments at each of these two levels. 385 more words


Unit 7: Huckleberrry's main characters

Dear students,

Below you’ll find short descriptions of the main characters in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. This may help you follow the story more easily. 547 more words

Reading Comprehension

Reading Assessment at the Perceptual and Selective Level

This post will provide examples of assessments that can be used for reading at the perceptual and selective level.

Perceptual Level

The perceptual level is focused on bottom-up processing of text. 382 more words


Types of Reading in ESL

Reading for comprehension involves two forms of processing which are bottom-up and top-down. Bottom-up processing involves pulling letters together to make words, words to make sentences, etc. 447 more words


Hootigägli Howdown on Tumblr

Apparently Emily Kamp, this month’s “Polytheistic Voices” interviewee, is getting a bit of harassment on her tumblr page because she was interviewed by me. Really pathetic, folks, but unsurprising (though I constantly marvel at the lack of nuanced reading comprehension in some of my critics. 1,302 more words