3 Nov · Lorraine · One Comment
Tags: assessments, book, learning, reading, student
Category: Assessments and Motivation, Reading Skills, Struggling Readers, Teach a Child to Read, Teach a Teen to Read, Teach an Adult to Read, Teach an ELL (English Language Learner) Person to Read
Questions related to planning and scheduling for teaching an adult to read: The book indicates that about 34 five-day weeks are needed to progress through all the sections. Can a day’s interaction with a student usually be completed in an hour? If the student demonstrates mastery of a section’s material mid-way through a week, is there any harm in going on immediately to to the next section?
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