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How to Teach Reading: For Teachers and…

How to Teach Reading: For Teachers and Tutors

by Edward B. Fry

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How to Teach Reading for Teachers and Tutors, by Edward Fry PhD, is a valuable aid for teachers and tutors who are teaching adult students to read. It assists the teacher in determining a student's reading ability and suggests reading material, games, word lists, and activities to improve reading. Teachers learn ways to create a well-rounded program for a student, including basic phonics, vocabulary, and comprehension, as well as writing, speaking, and listening.

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