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    Default Tell me about Reading Recovery in year 1

    Ds qualified for reading recovery.

    It's not unexpected, he changed schools and, for example, the new school learnt 150 sight words in kindy/pre primary whereas the old school learnt 50.

    So tell me your experiences please.

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    My old principal was a trained reading recovery teacher so we had the program in our school with great results. It involved 30 mins 1:1 per day - reading and writing. Writing was usually a sentence of the student's choosing. Reading focussed on strategies of tracking, sounding etc and conventions like where to start a page, not stopping at the end of a line if it's not the end of a sentence and such.

    It involved nightly home practice of a reader and some word/sentence work.

    I hope this helps a bit, not sure if it's the same in all schools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    My old principal was a trained reading recovery teacher so we had the program in our school with great results. It involved 30 mins 1:1 per day - reading and writing. Writing was usually a sentence of the student's choosing. Reading focussed on strategies of tracking, sounding etc and conventions like where to start a page, not stopping at the end of a line if it's not the end of a sentence and such.

    It involved nightly home practice of a reader and some word/sentence work.

    I hope this helps a bit, not sure if it's the same in all schools.
    Thanks, that's the sort of info im after. He's not d&mb but has a short attention span (typical boy), so I hope he'll do really well and get up to speed kind of quick.


 

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