Tag Archive: tutor

Jan 27

Informational Meeting for Parents, Students & Potential Instructors

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New Instructor & Parent Information Night. Have you thought about becoming an instructor?  Want to learn more about what we do? Come and learn HOW we are different, WHAT we do and how YOU might be a part of it. Wednesday June 8, 2016 5- 6:30  p.m. at the Reading Writing Connection, 1826 Horton Road, …

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Mar 02

Look Who We Caught Reading!

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March is reading month! With spring just around the corner and March being reading month we have a lot to celebrate here at the Reading Writing Connection.  Here in Michigan it is still snowy and cold so it is great time to snuggle in and read a good book.  To celebrate reading we are hosting …

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Oct 14

Why Children Succeed or Fail at Reading

Why Children Succeed or Fail at Reading By: National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities (1998)   Most children will learn to read, no matter what method is used to teach them. But unless they receive special help, at least 20 percent of them cannot master this simple task that the rest of …

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Dec 05

And the lucky winner is….drumroll please…

Our students!   For those of you who purchased a mystery bag of jewelry for the Reading Writing Connection you gave the gift of reading to a deserving child.  You also received a piece of jewelry and a chance to win a beautiful lemon quartz necklace donated by DuPuis Jeweler.  Some were very pleased with the …

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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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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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