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    Using Classical Phonics as reading intervention

    My church has an outreach where we go into elementary schools and read one on one or in small groups with below level second graders. Because they simply don’t have the staff to work with students who are neurotypical but 2-3 grade levels behind in reading, they’ve invited us to expand our program to actual teaching. I’m meeting with the teachers to present Classical Phonics in the next couple of weeks. I’m excited that they are open to exploring it. One teacher told the lead that they aren’t taught how to teach reading. They’re basically at the mercy of whatever curriculum is selected for them.
    Bean. Long time MP user. Almost retired homeschool mom and university faculty/ librarian.

    I apologize in advance for my typos and grammatical mishaps.

    DD (17) Graduated!
    Mechanical Engineering

    "School Administrator" to niece (9): MP 3A

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    Bean,

    What a great ministry of your church! So many times, not reading fluently early enough sets students back forever in their education. This is a good thing you are doing!

    Tanya

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      #3
      Originally posted by tanya View Post
      Bean,

      What a great ministry of your church! So many times, not reading fluently early enough sets students back forever in their education. This is a good thing you are doing!

      Tanya
      Agreed. Keep it up, bean!
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        #4
        Way to go Bean! Keep us posted on how it goes!
        AMDG,
        Sarah
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          #5
          This is wonderful. Classical Phonics is very useful in that situation. A set of Phonics Flashcards would be beneficial as well! When I have tutored below level students we went through the stack of flashcards to ascertain where gaps were since by end of 2nd grade students should know the entire stack. Then you have a starting point!

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            Originally posted by Michelle T View Post
            This is wonderful. Classical Phonics is very useful in that situation. A set of Phonics Flashcards would be beneficial as well! When I have tutored below level students we went through the stack of flashcards to ascertain where gaps were since by end of 2nd grade students should know the entire stack. Then you have a starting point!
            Thanks Michelle. I will look at those!
            Bean. Long time MP user. Almost retired homeschool mom and university faculty/ librarian.

            I apologize in advance for my typos and grammatical mishaps.

            DD (17) Graduated!
            Mechanical Engineering

            "School Administrator" to niece (9): MP 3A

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