Love Reading: How to Help Your Child Improve Their Reading Skills.

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AuthorHouse, Oct 4, 2010 - Education - 80 pages
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At the very core of a childs success is their ability to read at grade level, a skill that affects not only the childs learning, but also their self-esteem amongst their peers in class. Love Reading is a simple step-by-step guide for parents to help their child read better. Written in easy to read language, the book outlines a sequence of specific lessons geared to solving a variety of reading problems while providing insights and suggestions to help frustrated parents understand the underlying causes that may effect a childs ability to learn. As schools today rely more and more on parents to supplement daily lessons, Love Reading provides parents with the tools necessary to help improve their childs reading skills at home.

A lifelong educator specializing in remedial reading, Dr. Anne Marfey earned her PhD. in early childhood education. Her proven teaching techniques have helped children overcome reading challenges and build confidence in their own ability to succeed. Throughout her distinguished teaching career, Dr. Marfey has taught both children and adults as well as lectured for educational training programs on the topic of remedial reading.

 

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As an educator, Dr. Anne Marfey continues to teach and inspire her students as she has throughout her distinguished career. Specializing in early childhood education, she is also an authority in the areas of remedial reading and Danish language studies. Mrs. Marfey is a published author many times over and member of the Danish Writers’ Guild, having written books on early childhood education, tutorial guides to learning Danish and various small children’s books. Her poetry is archived in the national Library of Poetry and her work has been the subject of interviews by both Danish and American newspapers. Anne Marfey’s influence as an innovator in her local community as well as internationally allows her to bring a global perspective to all her endeavors. She is the founder of several cultural organizations and has initiated commemorative events locally, enriching the community with her unique multi-cultural approach. At the core of Dr. Marfey’s work is her goal of bringing about peace, non-violence and acceptance through understanding, and outreach across borders.

Among her publications are the following books:

'The Road to Faster Reading'

'Read Better'

'Learning to Write'

'Shake Hands, Touch Hearts'

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