As a Tittle I school teacher with 75% of my students entering yearly that are functionally illiterate. We have BIG Problems today if this is the trend. As Title I teachers we function more like Sisyphus and less like Plato. Teachers and administra
Struggling most of my public school life to overcoming Dyslexia and become moderately literate was accomplish
My invented curriculum and standards at age 12:
Simply when I was 12, I wanted to learn how to read, so I could play and understand Dungeons and Dragons, and learn how to write heroic D&D campaigns with sensory rich detail that drew my friends into worlds vast in scope. What would my future be without the fantasy genre?
Teach kids to read so they can find their own standards and curriculum
Alliteracy is the state of being able to read but being uninterested in doing so. This phenomenon has been reported on as a problem occurring separately from illiteracy, which is more common in the developing world, while aliteracy is primarily a problem in the developed world.
Illiteracy is the inability to read and write.
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At what point do kids devalue reading?