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He struggles with reading. He fights it. How can his teachers help him?

from By: Howard Margolis (commentary)

Unfortunately, many children with reading disabilities feel hopeless and helpless about learning to read. They believe it’s better to give up than to try and fail. Several of the struggling readers I’ve evaluated made it clear: "I can’t do it. I won’t do it. I hate it." Fortunately, by working together, teachers and parents can often multiply their positive influence and daily effectiveness. Together, they can help struggling readers minimize and perhaps abandon their beliefs that they’ll never learn to read. Only by helping struggling readers to start to believe that they can learn to read will they start working to become motivated, competent readers. more


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