Divided into six units, this research based illustrated book includes:
• Easy to follow step-by-step user friendly lesson plans.
• Sight words and phonics rules used most often.
• Basic comprehension skills.
• Check lists and tips on how to teach students in the way they learn best.
• Built in evaluations and review.
• Actiities, games, cartoons, charts, and a series of unique yarns called "Silly Stories" to make reading fun to learn.
• Table of Contents, Detailed Index, and appendices for easy referencing.
|Publisher:||GLoBooks Publishing, LLC|
|Edition description:||2nd Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 9.40(h) x 1.00(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
About the Author
In this award winning book, Lorraine Peoples shares her unique techniques for teaching reading. She is firmly convinced that this program enables any reader to teach reading to someone else.
A teacher for 33 years, Lorraine has degrees in elementary education, elementary curriculum and instruction, and a certification for elementary administration, all from Drake University. Peoples taught grades 1-5 in Iowa public schools, and in Arizona private schools (Phoenix Country Day School and Tesseract School). She also served as Dean of Lower School, Elementary Program Director and on various curriculum and evaluation committees.
She is a lifetime member of NEA (National Education Association, and serves on its educational advisory panel.
Lorraine is a reading consultant, tutor and a YEC (Your Experience Counts) volunteer in an ELL classroom in Holmes Elementary School, Mesa Public Schools, Mesa, Arizona. She has given over 150 events for bookstores, schools and conferences. In addition, she is listed in numerous Who's Who in America annual editions since 1989, and is a lifetime honored member in Cambidge Who's Who.