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Reading From Scratch/Rfs book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Reading From Scratch/Rfs. by. Dorothy Van den Honert.
This book is the heart of the Reading From Scratch program. You will start using it as soon as your student has gone through the Introductory Oral Lessons I-IV described in the RfS Teacher's Manual. The examples in this book exemplify virtually ever phonics rule or spelling anomaly. The word lists are "sounding-out" exercises to be read aloud to the teacher.
Dorothy van den Honert comes from a long line of writers. After graduating from Vassar College, she married, produced five "little bookworms" and wrote a weekly column for the local newspaper
Dorothy van den Honert comes from a long line of writers. After graduating from Vassar College, she married, produced five "little bookworms" and wrote a weekly column for the local newspaper.
Honert, Dorothy van den, 1924-. Title of phonics . Reading from sratch/Rfs, word lists, phrases, and sentences for reading; title of spelling . Reading from scratch/Rfs, word lists and sentences for dictation. Varying Form of Title: Rfs. Publication, Distribution, et. Cambridge, Mass. Formatted Contents Note: Rfs phonics Rfs spelling Workbook 1-2 Workbook 1-2, keys Teacher's manual Magnetic letters. Summary, et. A two-year course of study for learning-disabled students. Contains oral and written lessons and exercises in syntax, grammar, and precomposition topics. Uncontrolled Related/Analytical Title
Word lists and sentences for dictation (Reading from scratch/Rfs).
Word lists and sentences for dictation (Reading from scratch/Rfs). by Dorothy Van den Honert. Published 1984 by Educators Pub. Service.
Musings from My Forty Years of Wiping. The Reading from Scratch program described in this book addresses both problems. Based on modern brain studies, it produces normal reading in about a year of teaching, and requires no further intervention. Current SPED costs are astronomical.
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Type short passages from reading, science or social studies texts. Replace any spelling words from the text with blanks.
You've probably asked your students to write sentences using their spelling words - perhaps nearly every week. It's a valuable activity, because we want kids to know how to use words, not just spell words. So here's a new twist. It may take a bit more of your time, but your students will love it. And they'll have even more practice in using spelling words. Type short passages from reading, science or social studies texts. Replace other grade-level words (and/or a few letters from tricky words) with blanks. Here's a sample: No time to type extra worksheets?