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Help Your Child Read & Write Better - Audio Bonus Included (Children ebooks)
How You Can Help Your Child Read & Write Better
by Marilyn Martyn
Subject: Help Your Child
Is your child ready for pre-school? Or is he or she already in school but struggling with reading?
There is a new source for teaching your child how to read and write that is sweeping the Internet.
This resource is packed with information and all the training data you need to start your child off on the wonderful
world of reading.
Phonics, fluency, and vocabulary knowledge are blended with textual comprehension to insure your child is processing
what is read.
This book is jam-packed with all the tools you need to teach your child to read, write and spell. Marilyn outlines four important parts to improving your childs reading and spelling skills. These are:
* Phonics: the relationships between letters and sounds.
* Fluency: the ability to read quickly and naturally, recognize words automatically, and group words quickly.
* Vocabulary knowledge: remembering new words and what they mean.
* Text comprehension: processing what is being read and developing higher-order thinking skills.
Help Your Child Read & Write Better helps you improve all four areas. Illustrations are included because we think in pictures.
Your child will learn the sounds of English and the combinations of letters that represent them. He or she will learn how to blend sounds into words as well as how to spell them.
Recognizing words when they see them is also learned in addition to spelling patterns for English words. They will quickly learn to read simple sentences.
Help Your Child Read & Write Better is for the parent of children with reading challenges or who simply want to give their children extra help or an earlier start.
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Outline of Lessons
Lesson 1: The Alphabet
Lesson 2: Sounds
Lesson 3: The 43 Sounds of the English Language
Lesson 4: How Sounds are Spelled in Words
Lesson 5: Short Vowel Sounds
Memory Game (for one or two people)
Lesson 6: Consonant Sounds with a Single Letter
Lesson 7: Making Words with Vowel Sounds and Consonant sounds
Lesson 8: More Words with Short Vowel Sounds
Lesson 9: 3 Letter Words with the CVC Pattern
Lesson 10: ck
Lesson 11: Consonant Blends
Lesson 12: Exercise: Read and Write these Words
Lesson 13: Long Vowel Sounds
Lesson 14: Long Vowel sounds - Different spellings
Lesson 15: Vowel Sounds Spelled with 2 Letters (Digraphs)
Lesson 16: Double Vowel Rule
Lesson 17: The Other Vowel Sounds
Lesson 18: Consonant Sounds Spelled with 2 Letters (Digraphs)
Lesson 19: Review of Vowel Digraphs
Lesson 20: Consonant Digraphs with Alternate Spellings
Lesson 21: Reading Practice
Lesson 22: Syllables
Lesson 23: Read and Write these 2 Syllable Words
Activities for Reading Practice
The Little Red Hen
A Game of Cricket
A Day at the Beach
The Ant and the Grasshopper
English Spelling at a Glance
One Letter to Spell One Sound
Two or Three Letters to Spell One Sound
REVIEW THESE WORDS: Read and Write Them
The Most Common Words in English Writing
Basic Spelling List
Afterword by Marilyn Martyn
About The Author
As a child Marilyn Martyn was a passionate reader. The Wind in the Willows is still her favorite book. Reading it brings back happy memories of a childhood surrounded by books.
She remembers her first day at school and the steps she took learning to read. There were easy moments and frustrating ones when a word wouldnt decode easily.
In the good old days children were taught to read from a graded series of books called readers. By the end of second grade a student would be a fluent reader and understood how words are spelled. The readers were mastered step by step.
Marilyn has found these books she learned to read with and is amazed at the depth of material they contain.
Marilyn trained as a teacher and librarian specializing in childrens literature developed a career around her love of books and reading.
She also spent some time as an education consultant for two publishers, visiting many schools.
She has taught children from prep grade to year nine in secondary schools.
She found opportunities to teach children who had difficulty learning to read. She taught many students in schools and still does this as a private tutor.
After sitting with many frustrated students who did not know how to decode (sound out) words, Marilyn devised a series of lessons that gave them the ability to decode quickly. These lessons are the foundation of her book.
Modern reading research found what her teachers already knew. Early, systematic and explicit teaching of how to hear the sounds in words and how to sound out words is vital in the early stages of learning to read.
Marilyn wrote her book to share her knowledge and experience to help as many people as possible to become fluent readers and writers.
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