EDUDEAF: Visual Phonics

Key Words: Curriculum Materials, literacy, k-3

Subj: Re: Beginning Reading Program
Date: 97-04-23 13:14:03 EDT
From: pridej@JenksUSA.k12.OK.US (jan pride)
Sender: EDUDEAF@LSV.UKY.EDU (A Practical Discussion List Regarding Deaf Education)
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To: EDUDEAF@LSV.UKY.EDU (Multiple recipients of list EDUDEAF)

>My grandson is mainstreamed in a local school system Kindergarten. He is oral hearing-impaired. Now that the year is ending, his teacher and language teacher both feel that he is not catching on to phonics fast enough to succeed in first grade. The school is quite willing to buy an appropriate reading package more suitable for hearing-impaired children and train his language teacher in it's use. The package could be used instead of or to augment phonics.
What's out there? What's good or NG? Any success stories?
Thanks,
Jay<

Check out Visual Phonics. GREAT SUCCESSES! Contact International Communication Learning Institute/P.O. Box 39153/ Edina MN 55439-0153 / 612-929-9381 / 612-929-1053 (fax)

Jan pridej@www.jenksusa.k12.ok.us

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