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Let's teach Johnny to read, a guide for parents.

Author: Christine E Olson
Publisher: New York, Exposition Press [©1959]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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So your child has trouble with his reading. That is too bad, but it isn't a fatal malady. It will yield readily to treatment either by parents or teachers, but it takes time -- more time than most regular classroom teachers are able to give. This little booklet is planned to help parents who are willing to spend time in helping their children at home. The lack of reading vocabulary seems to be the biggest problem of  Read more...
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Olson, Christine E.
Let's teach Johnny to read.
New York, Exposition Press [©1959]
(OCoLC)688396521
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christine E Olson
OCLC Number: 5503773
Description: 58 pages 24 cm
Contents: Suggestions to Johnny --
Reading tests --
Basic sounds --
"The magic 500" --
Phonograms --
Phonetic drill --
Easy phrases --
Blends you should recognize --
Rules --
Compounds --
850 words of basic English --
Phrases picked at random --
Homonyms --
Prefixes and suffixes --
Exercises.

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So your child has trouble with his reading. That is too bad, but it isn't a fatal malady. It will yield readily to treatment either by parents or teachers, but it takes time -- more time than most regular classroom teachers are able to give. This little booklet is planned to help parents who are willing to spend time in helping their children at home. The lack of reading vocabulary seems to be the biggest problem of the children who come to the remedial teacher, hence emphasis will be placed on this phase. This booklet will aid the child to increase his reading vocabulary and to learn how to work out hard words. - p. [7].

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