Read Right: Coaching Your Child to Excellence in Reading

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 6, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 222 pages
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"We have parents with kids in college now who know their kids probably wouldn't be there if it wasn't for Read Right. I am definitely an advocate."
--Melinda Reeves, 2004 Texas High School Principal of the Year

Dr. Dee Tadlock's patented Read Right program has helped more than 20,000 struggling readers become excellent readers. Supported by 25 years of research, the revolutionary approach addresses both conscious and subconscious aspects of reading and offers you the most efficient and effective ways to help children learn. The three keys to becoming an excellent reader:

  • An appropriate concept of excellence (reading that makes sense, feels comfortable, and sounds
  • natural)
  • Strong intent (unwavering desire to read with excellence)
  • Predictive strategies (use of the brain's amazing anticipatory systems to construct reading ability)

A revolutionary alternative to outdated phonicsbased or whole-language methods, this complete interactive system includes:

  • Simple step-by-step coaching techniques to use with children
  • A list of age-appropriate reading materials suitable to early reading development
  • How to spot and address the real barriers to reading development

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Contents

to Read
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Understanding How Excellent Readers Read
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The Marvelous Brain and How We Learn to Perform
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About the author (2005)

Dee Tadlock, Ph.D. is cofounder of Read RightŪ Systems, Inc., an organization that grew out of a mother's love and devotion to help her son learn to read. With a degree in education and an emphasis in reading, Dr. Tadlock has helped children and teens through school-based programs as well as adults at companies including Boeing, Hewlett-Packard, and Procter & Gamble.

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