Rationale: the basics
* The nature of assisted reading
* The three reading levels
* Ingredients of an Assisted Reading session
* Ten supportive actions for a problem word
* Phonic knowledge within reading
The team approach - teachers, parents and helpers
Pete Guppy has worked with children, teachers, helpers and parents
in Warwickshire, in LEA Reading Advisory and Support work, for
twenty-five years. His most recent work has been in Specific
Learning Difficulties Support, and he has also developed and run
Adult Literacy Courses.
Margaret Hughes has taught in primary and secondary, special schools and mainstream, rural and inner city schools, as an English and S.E.N. teacher. She worked for twelve years in LEA reading and support work in Warwickshire. She has collaborated in the development of computer programs Think Sheet, and Speaking Starspell (Fisher-Marriott).
Both authors have worked together to prepare and present INSET, over twelve years.
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