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The author is the holder of a B.A. (Hons.) in English Language & Literature with Education and an M.A. in English Language. She has done extensive research in literacy interventions and has accumulated over ten years of experience in teaching struggling readers. This combination of research and experience equipped her well to create and develop this workbook as a tool for parents and teachers to aid struggling readers achieve a greater level of fluency in reading English.
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Please Teach Me To Read, Somebody
The 500 Most Used Words In English WORKBOOK
by Kamla Williams View author's profile page

Overview


Please Teach Me To Read, Somebody, The 500 Most Used Words In English WORKBOOK, is designed as a tool for parents and teachers to help struggling readers achieve a greater level of reading fluency. Teaching guidelines are included in the Workbook.
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Please Teach Me To Read, Somebody, The 500 Most Used Words In English WORKBOOK is designed as a tool for parents and teachers to help struggling readers achieve a greater level of reading fluency. The 500 most used words in English make up 80% of whatever is being read. The aim of this Workbook is to teach struggling readers these 500 words. Teaching guidelines are included in the Workbook.
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Overview


Please Teach Me To Read, Somebody, The 500 Most Used Words In English WORKBOOK, is designed as a tool for parents and teachers to help struggling readers achieve a greater level of reading fluency. Teaching guidelines are included in the Workbook.

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Description


Please Teach Me To Read, Somebody, The 500 Most Used Words In English WORKBOOK is designed as a tool for parents and teachers to help struggling readers achieve a greater level of reading fluency. The 500 most used words in English make up 80% of whatever is being read. The aim of this Workbook is to teach struggling readers these 500 words. Teaching guidelines are included in the Workbook.

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Book details

Genre:LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES

Subgenre:Literacy

Language:English

Pages:108

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781667800264


Overview


Please Teach Me To Read, Somebody, The 500 Most Used Words In English WORKBOOK, is designed as a tool for parents and teachers to help struggling readers achieve a greater level of reading fluency. Teaching guidelines are included in the Workbook.

Read more

Description


Please Teach Me To Read, Somebody, The 500 Most Used Words In English WORKBOOK is designed as a tool for parents and teachers to help struggling readers achieve a greater level of reading fluency. The 500 most used words in English make up 80% of whatever is being read. The aim of this Workbook is to teach struggling readers these 500 words. Teaching guidelines are included in the Workbook.

Read more

About the author


The author is the holder of a B.A. (Hons.) in English Language & Literature with Education and an M.A. in English Language. She has done extensive research in literacy interventions and has accumulated over ten years of experience in teaching struggling readers. This combination of research and experience equipped her well to create and develop this workbook as a tool for parents and teachers to aid struggling readers achieve a greater level of fluency in reading English.

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