The Knowledge Gap & Reading Comprehension
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The Knowledge Gap & Reading Comprehension

The Key to Unlocking Comprehension and Closing the Knowledge Gap I hope this blog post finds you all well and full of enthusiasm for another exciting year of teaching! Today, I am thrilled to introduce you to an enlightening new podcast called “Knowledge Matters” by Natalie Wexler, where she emphasizes the importance of building students’…

Unveiling the Power of Online Teaching for Kids with Dyslexia and Debunking Some Myths!

Unveiling the Power of Online Teaching for Kids with Dyslexia and Debunking Some Myths!

A guest blog by Michelle Breitenbach, Read to Rewire, LLC Hey there, outstanding educators! Today, we’re diving into online teaching and discovering itsincredible benefits and opportunities for therapists and students. So, grab a cup of your favoritebeverage, get cozy, and explore the top five reasons why we should embrace online teachingand embark on an exciting…

Word Lists
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Word Lists

How to Use Word Lists to Support All Areas of Literacy Phonics word lists are an invaluable tool for teaching and reinforcing phonics skills, providing a structured approach to decoding and spelling words. The science of reading emphasizes the importance of explicit and systematic instruction, and phonics word lists offer a versatile resource to support…

How Parents Can Support Their Child’s Reading
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How Parents Can Support Their Child’s Reading

Unlocking the Science of Reading at Home As the summer months approach, parents often wonder how they can support their child’s reading progress during the break from school. The science of reading provides valuable insights into the foundational skills necessary for reading success. By understanding the importance of phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension,…

Science of Reading Myths
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Science of Reading Myths

I am thrilled you are joining me to learn more about the science of reading. Our journey should not be one of confirming what we already know about reading or validating our experiences.  Instead, consider what it would mean to change your approach to reading instruction based on scientific facts.  “The purpose of learning isn’t to…