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Listen to the Progress

Listening to a Childs Oral Reading Can Be a Barometer in Assessing Progress

April 1, 2017

Most reading experts would agree that time spent reading with a child is time well spent.  However, many people do not truly understand the depth of truth that those words hold. for the parents of a young child, The time spent reading . . . read more

Reading is a Resolution that Lasts a Lifetime

Resolve to Read. . . .with a Friend

January 2, 2017

The dawning of a new year is a time when I find myself reflecting on people and events that have had a profound impact on my life.  As a teacher, I often think of other teachers who have dramatically influenced the choices I have made. . . . read more

Comprehension Clinchers

Title I Parents Can Help Young Readers develop Good Comprehension Skills

November 1, 2016

Reading with a child is one of the best ways to develop a love of reading and good comprehension skills in the process.  This experience can be enhanced when reading strategies are coupled with the shared adult/child reading sessions. . . . read more

Reading Aloud Makes Literature Meaningful for Young Readers

Secrets to Maximizing the Read Aloud Process

November 1, 2016

Reading aloud to children of all ages is an excellent way to develop a love of reading while developing vocabulary, comprehension,and decoding skills.  The read aloud process can be enhanced by avoiding some of the common mistakes that . . . read more

Reading Reaches Across the Generations

Adults and Children Bridge the Communications Gap When Reading Together

October 1, 2016

In our fast paced contemporary world, adults and children often find it difficult to communicate effectively and frequently.  Research indicates fewer and fewer words are being shared between the adult and child populations.  As a . . . read more

Parents Are Partners

Reading Strategies for Parents of Beginning Readers

September 12, 2016

Parents play a vital role in helping their child develop emergent reading skills.  Reinforcement of the readiness skills taught in the child's classroom can hasten mastery of these foundational skills.  Research data indicates . . . read more

Title I Teacher Trivia

Tales of a Title I Director

September 6, 2016

Teaching reading has been my passion throughout my professional career at Central Unit School District #4.  This passion has taken several forms during my tenure in the district.  Always with reading as a focus, I have taught fourth . . . read more

Title I Offers Reading Support to Central's Students

Specialized Instruction Gives Students a Reading Boost

September 1, 2016

Title I is a federally funded program that offers support to kindergarten through second grade students who can benefit from specialized instruction as they develop and perfect their reading skills.  Central's Title I program . . . read more

Title I Tidbits

Title I Has A Lot To Offer to Central's Students

May 1, 2016

Throughout the educational journey, reading plays a key role in determining the level of success a child will experience in the school setting and in life in general.  At Central Unit School District #4, we are keenly aware of the . . . read more

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