Carpenter Literacy a Reading Curriculum Whole Word Plus Phonetic Instruction
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Carpenter Literacy a Reading Curriculum Whole Word Plus Phonetic Instruction

By Gail Carpenter http://www.carpenterliteracy.com/ Help! My child can’t read and I don’t know what to do. How many times have we heard this, blanketed with tears and hopelessness from parents and teachers? The kids are defeated, hate reading and just know t read more

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Learning Disabilities or Learning Styles?

www.solimaracademy.com  by Mariaemma Pelullo-Willis, M.S. “Even when she was 10, Helen Keller remained deaf, blind, and mute. By 16 she had learned to read in Braille, and to write and speak well enough to go to Radcliffe College. She graduated with honors in 1904. Fortunately her first teacher had never heard of the term ‘learning disabled.’ Unable to use her sense of sight or hearing, Helen Keller learned first through touch. And...

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