Will your child be caught in the failure chain?
Here are the facts:
- 1 in every 5 college students has to take a remedial reading class in their freshman year.
- In the last 15 years, 15 million high school students graduated with reading skills that were below the acceptable grade level.
- 42 million Americans can't follow the directions on a can of soup. They are functionally illiterate.
It's time to disrupt an educational paradigm that hasn't shifted in over 50 years - it's time to reinvent the way that children learn to read!
We are teaching reading incorrectly!
Our children are failing!
Help is here:
"This May Be Difficult to Read" is a panacea for parents who want the best for their child but inadvertently fail to teach their children to read sufficiently well to sustain them through kindergarten, college and beyond.
Begin with 10 "Facts or Myths" about the reading comprehension process. Then learn about the research behind common errors that children make when they try to read such as "smaller words easier to read?" - fact or myth? You decide...
"This May Be Difficult to Read" uses interactive examples and research exercises to show parents how children experience the printed word with their reduced cognitive capacities. Through 15 hands on reading exercises, parents can think as a child thinks and read as a child reads.
"This May Be Difficult to Read" offers solutions to 5 common reading failures and sets children up to read and understand the printed word.
Parents will learn how to transform their home and daily interactions so that learning becomes a byproduct of fun!
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