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Teaching Reading

From Reading 101 to classroom strategies to the Common Core — everything you need to know to help young and struggling readers succeed! Here you'll find proven ideas for the classroom, tips to share with parents, video of best practices, expert interviews, and the latest research — on print awareness, the sounds of speech, phonemic awareness, phonics, informal assessment, fluency, vocabulary, spelling, comprehension, and writing. If you're a new teacher, you might want to look at our First Year Teacher self-paced course.

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Our PBS Series: Launching Young Readers

 

These 30-minute programs feature top reading experts, best teaching practices, and how to support struggling learners in school and at home.

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"Reading should not be presented to children as a chore or duty. It should be offered to them as a precious gift." — Kate DiCamillo