Our beginning reading instructional model is simple and easy to learn. The general structure of the model is made from the following components:
- Program Selection – The success rate will only be as good as the program used. A simple, systematic, efficient, and low-cost program is essential. This is why we use the ABeCeDarian reading program.
- Teach a Group – Working in a group has proven unexpectedly successful for our students. They enjoy working together, they help each other learn, and together heal from the negative feelings associated with not being able to read.
- Structure of Class – Breaking the class up by approaching learning in multiple ways such as decoding instruction, contextualized reading, phonics app, and word games is very beneficial. It allows the instructor to free the students from the monotony of straight intensive tutoring and also gives the students a variety of ways to practice their developing skills.
We hope you may want to set up a beginning reading program where you are. If so, check out our toolkit which you can download on the first page of this website.