by aAssociated Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||75|
I found out about dyslexia, I had heard of it but didn't know anything about it. I focused my research on dyslexia, this was what was wrong with her! So I read about how people are born this way and different things you can do to help them. Then I find this book, Why Johnny Can't Read, and wow! I was only skirting around the s: Johnny still can't read -: But you can teach him at home [Kathryn Diehl] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.5/5(1). Add tags for "Johnny still can't read, but you can teach him at home". Be the first. Get this from a library! Johnny still can't read-- but you can teach him at home. [Kathryn Diehl; G K Hodenfield].
At the back of the book are reading and writing exercises so you can teach your kids to read yourself. Although I sent most of my kids to public school and didn't teach them to read myself, the book was a great Hebrew is read right to left and then left to right, following the natural movement of the eye/5. Get this from a library! Johnny still can't read -: but you can teach him at home. [Kathryn Diehl; G K Hodenfield]. Why Johnny (Still) Can't Read: Schools Meet the Challenge of Producing Teen Readers at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Though some students may know English, she adds, others "arrive with high home-language literacy skills and no English, or with a history of failed and interrupted schooling and no English." "every K-3 teacher. Why Johnny Can't Read—And What You Can Do About It is a book-length exposé on American reading education by Rudolf was an immediate bestseller for 37 weeks and became an educational cause celebre.. ReferencesAuthor: Rudolf Flesch.
Author Flesch decided to investigate how reading is taught in the U.S. Last week he published his findings in a page book, Why Johnny Can't Read—and What You Can Do About It (Harper; $3), that will shock many a U.S. parent and educator. Only in the U.S., reported Flesch, is there any remedial-reading problem. Why Johnny Can't Read: : Flesch, Rudolf: The lessons are at the end of the book, and while the rest of the book is interesting (and still applicable to schools today), it's not necessary to read it to use the lessons. Teaching reading is not rocket science, and it's a disgrace that children and adults read no better than they do /5(). Buy Why Johnny Can't Read?: And What You Can Do about it Reissue by Flesch, Rudolf (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low /5(89). Rudolf Flesch, author of Why Johnny Can't Read, died in , but his legacy endures among those of us who are still fighting to get intensive, systematic phonics back in the schools. by Sam.