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We were delighted when we found your book
Greek and Latin Roots
As 7th grade Language Arts teachers, we were delighted when we found
your book Greek and Latin Roots. We have been struggling with
"to spell or not to spell" in 7th grade. The traditional word lists
seemed to be working for fewer and fewer students. Because our year
long focus is on vocabulary strategies, not just rule memorization,
this book fit right in. We have
used it all year with our 7th graders and hear positive comments from
them (amazing!) and from other core content teachers who are picking
up these roots in content vocabulary as well. We are considering using
Book 2 with 8th grade next year. Thank you for filling this need so
I just wanted to thank you for the great resources you
are sharing on the SchoolhouseTeachers.com website.
I wouldn't call my son a struggling reader, but like
many young boys, he has the energy level and
attention span of a hummingbird. The short, focused
lessons are just the ticket for him, and his reading
has improved, as well as his spelling. The helpful
hints are... helpful!
Again- thanks so much for your program.
"Used the third grade Quick Reading Intervention
last year with my struggling students...Fantastic
Results!! It will be part of the whole class
curriculum this year!" |
I noticed your
advertisement in the International Reading
Association's newspaper. As a reading consultant,
I continually search for innovative programs and
best practice reading instruction. I believe I
have found just that in your free programs. I
printed a copy of How to Short-Circuit
Reading Intervention and am very excited
about implementing the program with our school's
struggling middle schoolers. I completely agree
with the features and benefits outlined in your
book; I especially love the program's consistency
and ease of use, an ease built upon cutting edge
research on learning.
By far, I most appreciate the free offer, since
teachers never have enough funds for all they need
in their classrooms. In addition, your prices for
other programs are wonderfully low and so are
accessible to almost all. Thank you so much for
this opportunity to enhance my reading program -
it's truly a wonderful, philanthropic service for
our youths and their futures.
CORE Adopts Reading the News|
CORE (Consortium on Reading Excellence), a leader
in providing professional development in
California and the Pacific Northwest, uses "Reading
the News" as a key component of its training
for high school educators. Bill Honig,
President of CORE and former Superintendent of
Public Instruction in California founded CORE in
1995 with Linda Diamond, a former Director of
Curriculum. Ms. Diamond and Mr. Honig
selected "Reading the News" as a
fundamental part of CORE's high school training
program because "This program helps struggling
readers develop fluency and have fun doing it!"
I am very impressed with the Core Reading program.
The students love it. During their independent choice work
time, they ask to work on the packets. After Lesson 7 or 8 I
almost had to hide the upcoming lesson packets because
students were taking them off the shelf before I had a
chance to introduce the lesson -- to work on them on their
own! Each lesson has a similar format, which allows the
student to be self-directed and comfortable with what is
One-on-one time with each student is built into each lesson.
This has been a real treat for me as it has been completely
"doable." The 2-3 minutes spent with each student is
invaluable; the other students are so involved with other
Core activities that management problems are almost
non-existent -- these struggling readers are engaged!
Geri Gmahling, Title I
Middle School English Support Teacher