Category Archives: Word Attack Skills

The Case for Continuous Progress for Students in Grades k – 12

On September 14, 2015, I posted the following comments to another poster on the “Get Schooled” blog of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: “I worked directly with a couple of students whose parents placed them in a private church school at that … Continue reading

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About Education: Essay #7, Word Attack Skills

The following information, regarding how to teach word attack skills, is presented as a  rudimentary overview and is given in outline form. I hope that this post will aid curriculum area teachers, as well as parents, in teaching their students or children how to “break words into their smaller components” … Continue reading

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