Teach Reading to a Child, Teen or Adult
Award Winning Book
We are going digital!
WE ARE GOING DIGITAL in a spectacular way. Along with a team of partners and artists we will create three digital versions of the print book: A lot of thought has gone into this project -- WHILE keeping your needs in mind. You see, we want your teaching experience to be as easy, fun and rewarding as possible.
- FIRST, a Multi-Touch book for the iPad is in the process of development.
- SECOND, a subscription-based interactive edition for the Web will follow.
- THIRD, an e-book version of the print book for Kindle and Nook e-readers will come next.
I know you will love any one of these versions. Click here to read brief descriptions and updates of the three digital projects.
HERE'S THE KICKSTARTER. We are about to launch a Kickstarter Campaign, seeking funding to help us make all these digital projects a reality. I will be sending out notices when the Kickstarter Campaign goes active, so in order to receive updates, be sure to click here and sign up for emails. Any pledge you can make will be a blessing -- helping others give the gift of reading to those who need help. Your pledge would be greatly appreciated.
Teach Reading to a Child, Teen or Adult
A How-To Book for Friends, Parents and Teachers
Step-by-Step Detailed Directions to Provide Any Reader the Necessary Tools to Easily Teach Someone to Read
A superb contribution to the field of literacy. This latest edition, still amazingly practical in its approach to literacy, will serve as an essential resource for anyone helping a student become a lifelong reader - Dr. Stephan Sargent, Professor of Reading Methods at Northeastern State University, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
This book provides parents and teachers with a systematic approach to teaching children to read that truly works. Not only do the children learn to read, they also enjoy the process and become lifelong readers. This is a book every parent should own to help their children learn or become better readers. - Jill Kessler, Head of School, Pardes Jewish School, Phoenix, AZ
This program is very effective with ELL (English Language Learners) students. They are immediately drawn to the lessons because they are instructed at their level and move at their pace. A strength of this program is that after the initial assessment the instructor can address the learner's specific needs with the appropriate sections from the book. The Silly Stories combined with the games engage even the most reluctant learners. - Andrea Dunne, 3rd grade ELL teacher, Holmes Elementary School, Mesa, AZ
This clearly-written, user-friendly guidebook provides any reader with a day-by day plan to teach phonics and reading comprehension to any student. .... each user can go at his own pace, but the sequential presentation of the lessons assure that the user will always know what to do next. .... This book cuts through all those accessories (games, songs, "programs") and provides a systematic blueprint that can be expanded on for all students, using all learning styles. With this book, you can teach your child, or any student , to read independently and confidently. - Education Clearinghouse
You Can Teach Someone to Read by Lorraine Peoples may be the simplest and least expensive way to teach a child to read. - The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling, author, Debra Bell
... a person does not have to have a teaching background in order to execute what is being taught, making it a wonderful resource for anyone with the motivation to teach someone to read. - Today's Librarian
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