Some articles on beginning, reading, beginning reading:
... In the beginning the same tales that adults tell and enjoy are adapted for children ... playwrights were "at the heart of early reading and writing" in Greece at this time ... Considered a landmark for the beginning of pleasure reading marketed specifically to children, it reflected Jean-Jacques Rousseau's new theories that children should be allowed ...
... whether English phonics should or should not be used in teaching beginning reading ... work of Favell Lee Mortimer, whose works using phonics includes the early flashcard set Reading Disentangled (1834) and text Reading Without Tears (1857) ... Beginning in the 1950s, however, inspired by a landmark study by Dr ...
... make use of these tools as well as large-print reading materials and e-book readers which provide varying font sizes ... Children with low vision sometimes have reading delays but do benefit from phonics-based beginning reading instruction methods ... by Lynn Gordon (Scholastic, 2010) are helpful for teaching word families and blending skills to beginning readers with low vision ...
Famous quotes containing the words reading and/or beginning:
“Any reading not of a vicious species must be a good substitute for the amusements too apt to fill up the leisure of the labouring classes.”
—James Madison (17511836)
“Man was Cadavers masker, the harnessing mantle,
Windily master of man was the rotten fathom,
My ghost in his metal neptune
Forged in mans mineral.
This was the god of beginning in the intricate seawhirl,
And my images roared and rose on heavens hill.”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)