Oct
09

Teaching Your Students to Read: 2 Choices

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When teaching your students to read, you have two choices:

Choice #1 – Get the best tools, get trained, and get to work.

Or

Choice #2 – Dig a little deeper to understand the instructional process as you start teaching so that you become an expert.

The Good News – Either choice will allow you to successfully teach a student to read fluently in a very short period of time.

The Better News – Understanding how the system works allows you to expand its use to other curriculum such as math, spelling, writing, grammar, language and reading comprehension.

The Bad News – There is none unless you skip the free training and try to wing it on your own. All bets are off if you choose to do this.

Note: I am writing a series of blogs to make sure that you have all of the information you need. You can read the blogs in any order to help you to become a superb teacher, tutor, homeschooling parent or autism therapist.

So Choose:

Choice #1 – Get the tools, the training and 10 free lessons right here at www.MaloneyMethod.com. Start with the reading test.

Choice #2 – Follow this blog each week for new information on the teaching of reading so that you understand how and why the system works.

You will learn secrets from more than 50 years of applied research, including the largest remedial education study ever done:

  • (500,000) children
  • longest running (20 years)
  • most expensive ($2.2 billion)
  • comparative study (16 different methods)

You will see which methods helped the children most and which were disastrous attempts at teaching basic skills.

 

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