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Lesson Plans for Teaching Reading

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by Lizanne, Nov 29, 2007.

  1. I wonder if any of you would be interested in looking at my lesson plans for teaching reading and giving me some feedback.

    I wrote these plans originally for teachers I was training in the Caribbean. They are based on Jolly Phonics, but do not rely on commercial resources. They include the basics for synthetic phonics teaching and are meant especially for teachers who are new to synthetic phonics.

    You'll find an example on my web site, www.teachtoread.com . Put the cursor over 'Resources' and click on 'Lesson Plans and Progression'. If you would like to see all the plans, please let me know your email address. There is no charge.

    Thank you.
     
  2. I wonder if any of you would be interested in looking at my lesson plans for teaching reading and giving me some feedback.

    I wrote these plans originally for teachers I was training in the Caribbean. They are based on Jolly Phonics, but do not rely on commercial resources. They include the basics for synthetic phonics teaching and are meant especially for teachers who are new to synthetic phonics.

    You'll find an example on my web site, www.teachtoread.com . Put the cursor over 'Resources' and click on 'Lesson Plans and Progression'. If you would like to see all the plans, please let me know your email address. There is no charge.

    Thank you.
     

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