. For the child who is ready to read: Individualized reading enrichment lessons focusing on pre-reading skills and early reading skills with the goal of fostering a belief that "I am a reader!" For the student who is a reluctant reader: . Individualized, diagnostic reading intervention support for readers in phonemic awareness, phonics or decoding skills, oral reading fluency, reading vocabulary and comprehension, and written language.
Diagnostic reading assessments and interpretation:
. Formal and informal measures, which are also used within the school systems, a written report and meetings with family to review test results and discuss recommendations for instruction. . With permission from family, coordination of reading instruction with school educators.
In addition: . Consultation with family: Interpretation of all diagnostic reading assessment results. . Suggestions for selecting the appropriate book for your child. . Ideas for family members on ways to work with your child at home with the goal of reinforcing reading/literacy skills. . Personal book shopping or selecting library books with and without your child. . Book purchasing for at home as part of a home library from birth through the elementary grades or as a gift. . Homework help
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