Decoding Teacher’s Manual 9781741620245

Decoding Teacher's Manual

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Author: Christensen, Carol

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You will require this Teacher's Manual to understand the theory and the practical methodology of the program ! It is essential to grasp the approach and to make sure you are confident with your teaching of the program. The process is simple but complications do arise and this Teacher's Manual will help greatly in their management!

Contents:

Section 1: Background to the Program

  •     Essential Prerequisites to Reading
  •     The Role of Decoding in Making Meaning from Text
  •     Teacher Decoding - What the Research Says
  •     The Role of Memory in Learning to Read
  •     Effective Decoding Programs

    
Section 2: Directions for Use of the LINK - Decoding Program

  •     Essential Prerequisite Skills
  •     Assessment    
  •     Timing Lessons
  •     Conducting Lessons
  •     Workbooks 1 and 2
  •     Iregular Words
  •     Workbooks 3 and 4

    
Section 3: Problem Solver
    
Section 4: Glossary

About Reading LINK:

Dr Carol Christensen developed this program over an extended period of research, field testing and usage in classrooms. It works when the methodology is followed on a regular basis. Results can be startling if the simple method is followed!

Reading LINK is a systematic and careful approach to teaching reading and spelling. It is designed to build fluency in reading which is then applied to writing and spelling! It is a very carefully sequenced approach to teaching reading where the student builds on their previous lesson. Each lesson follows the same process and can be completed within 10-15 minutes with a concentrated effort! Reading LINK is used by parents and teachers across Australia with an estimated usage of over 60,000 students!

The distinctive approach to the teaching of reading significantly accelerates early reading skills. It is also extremely successful with special needs such as dyslexia! Dr Christensen argues that all students can master the challenge to read and write when they are instructed in a careful and methodical approach as provided by Reading LINK.

About the Author:

Dr Carol Christensen was a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Education of The University of Queensland before going full-time in consulting and running professional development programs for primary and early childhood teachers. She has run and instructed many thousands of teachers across Australia and internationally.

  • Format: Paperback
  • Series: Reading LINK
  • Publisher: Knowledge Books and Software
  • Subject: Literacy
  • Audience: Primary