Tag Archive: reading writing connecton

Nov 06

For Some Children A Volunteer is Not Enough

For a lot of children they will learn to read without any struggle.  For others the encouragement and time of a caring teacher or adult will improve their reading skills.  But for one out of every five children – they need specialized instruction.  They are dyslexic.  Many teachers and parents are not fully aware of …

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Sep 19

Admit One…The Gift of Reading

The Gift of Reading Event, reading writing connection, dyslexia

The Gift of Reading Have you marked your calendars?   Invited your friends? Co-workers? Family?You are invited to share a wonderful (and very short) event to honor the work of Nancy Naylor and her crusade of almost thirty years to give the gift of reading to EVERY struggling reader! Come hear about the work of the Reading …

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Jul 17

Do You Want to Change the World?

When a child or adult struggles to read… they struggle with life.   The Reading Writing Connection changes lives through tutoring and instruction and you, too, can help change a life by becoming an instructor. Students with dyslexia learn differently, so our approach is different.  Orton-Gillingham effectively facilitates a learning partnership between the student and teacher.  Research …

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