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From: nora <nora_leo68@yahoo.co.uk>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2008021905:28:55
Subject: Reading

	
I have few students in my kindergarten that are really slow in
learning to read. The reason i said so is because i have been teaching
these few students since few months back the basic sounds of the
alphabets and still they are unable to remember. Writing is another
problem. They do not write neatly and they do not write using the
right way to write the alphabets i.e. writing the 'a' from down to up
or side ways.
I have been putting these students to lower age group hoping that they
do not get low self-esteem when other peers of the same age are able
to write and read better. What else should i do to promote reading in
my school. Please help. Thanks

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