3 Nov · Lorraine · One Comment

Ask a question – Join the conversation

Ask Lorraine a question or feel free to join in on the You Can Teach Someone to Read conversation.

READ MORE

26 Oct · Lorraine · No Comments

Question:  My grandchild can’t sound words out.  Isn’t this skill still taught?

Lorraine’s Response: Yes, it is still taught, but is sometimes using a method called Whole Language. Research indicates that phonics is an important skill, but that children also need exposure to books as well. I personally believe phonics provide a strong foundation for reading success and should be taught systematically, building the blocks necessary for a good foundation. I also

READ MORE

26 Oct · Lorraine · No Comments

Question:  I just had this year’s first conference with my son’s third grade teacher.  She observed that he was not reading well, and was clowning around during reading class.   She asked me to read with him.  I am waiting for your book to arrive, but is there anything else I can do now?

Lorraine’s Response: His teacher gave you good advice but you can do even more. It is time to identify what the specific problems are. While waiting for the book, here are some suggestions for you:
When selecting books for him to read to you, choose topics that interest him. Ask a librarian to help you find ones written at a second grade level.

READ MORE

OUR PROGRAM

You Can Teach Someone To Read is a how-to step-by-step reading program that presents you, a reader, with the ability to teach a child, teen or adult to read. You do not need a teaching background in order to use this program.


BUY NOW
         

CART

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER!

EMAIL US