Saturday, February 6, 2016

Teacher Vic's Top Tips

Two weeks ago, the blog featured Teacher Vic and the work he does in reading assessment and intervention. Here now are his tips for literacy learning and better reading.
  • Your top 5 tips for kids so they can be independent and lifelong learners
  • Read about things that you like. You can listen to suggestions from your parents and teachers. But in the end, it’s your choice.
  • Read, even if your parents don’t.
  • Read, even if your friends don’t.
  • Just like any skill, reading takes practice.
  • Listen to your teachers. Most of the time, they know how to help you. 
  • Your top 5 tips to teachers so they can teach literacy better 
  • Know your stuff.
  • Know when you don’t know enough.
  • Know when to ask for help.
  • Know when to have a break.
  • Read, and be seen doing it.
  • Top three books that influenced your choice of career
  • Teaching Them to Read by Dolores Durkin
  • Beginning to Read by Marilyn J. Adams
  • Best Practices in Literacy Instruction by Michael Pressley

For inquiries on reading assessment and intervention programs, Teacher Vic can be reached through these contact numbers: 293-5431 (Builders School) and 09178527491 (mobile number).

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