In seventh grade I lent my worn copy of The Power of One to my friend Mikey, who liked it so much he read
They are also hiring literacy coaches, purchasing diagnostic and remediation software, testing students more frequently and carving out time to let students read
had been riding nearly anything a saddle could be strapped to since he was a youngster, and farm work had taught him the value and care of work animals.
The effectiveness of the READ
program has not been proved scientifically, but many participants say it empowers youngsters, boosting their self-esteem and fluency.
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Tim Duncan (San Antonio Spurs), MVP for this past season's NBA championship, is also active in the Read
to Achieve program.
The team used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to measure the rate of blood flow, a marker of cell activity, in the brains of 41 young people, ages 6 to 22, who read
well for their ages.
When an entire premise meter is billed, the meters for the commercial entities are then considered submeters, meters that are no longer being read
or billed by the DEE
We certainly can't "speak" music to them twelve hours a day, nor will they encounter musical language with the same saturation as they do verbal, which appears throughout their daily lives--not just in books they read
, but on road signs and billboards, labels on cereal boxes, homework, T-shirts and so on.
The progressive impulse to encourage women to read
because literacy provided them with "cultural scripts" that kept them firmly under the thumb of patriarchy was balanced by fear of the possibility they might co-opt them for subversive purposes.
You can, for example, read
a wonderful description of a McIntosh apple.
help pupils with phonetic elements as pupils read
along and cannot identify unknown words.