Posts tagged reading intervention
Reading Intervention Year End Data Analysis

So, we get it…we’re totally weird….but we absolutely LOVE data tracking and data analysis. Not joking. Part of the reason we love data:

Data Tracking & Data Analysis allow us to see how far our students have come and where they need to go.

Your data is your road map, your GPS, for literacy intervention. One of the best things we can do before rolling into summer is to get a good look at how our students are performing overall. This data will be invaluable to parents, summer tutors (hey are you considering starting up a summer side hustle?!…if not you should…click here to learn about our Summer Side Hustle School), and/or next year’s intervention team or teacher.

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The Facts About Phonemic Awareness That May Surprise You

This is a topic that is near and dear to our hearts because it is so very important for our beginning and impacted readers. Phonemic Awareness refers to the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate the sounds (or phonemes) in words. A phoneme is the smallest unit of sound. For example, the spoken word dog can be broken down into three separate and distinct phonemes or sounds; /d/ /o/ /g/. 

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3 Tips For Teaching Your Child The Alphabet At Home

If you have a Pre-School or Kindergarten aged child, then you are aware that a large part of their reading readiness instruction at school is focused on the alphabet. The alphabetic principle is one of the first, and most important, skills a student needs to learn in order to be a successful reader. 

The alphabetic principle means developing the understanding that letters are symbols that have a specific sound or sounds.

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