Phonics Pathways 10th Edition
Printed in a large 8-1/2" x 11" lay-flat format for easy photocopying, Phonics Pathways is filled with illustrative examples, word lists, and practice readings that are 100 percent decodable. While appropriate for K-2 emergent readers, this award-winning book has also been used successfully with adolescent and adult readers. as well as second language learners and students with learning disabilities such as dyslexia. Phonics Pathways is ideal for school, tutoring, and home use and includes wise, humorous proverbs that encourage virtues such as patience, perseverance, honesty, compassion, courage, and loyalty.
Praise for Phonics Pathways
"Adorable characters like Dewey the Bookworm and illustrations to delight all make this program vital in becoming part of your child's life. Let your child be a lifelong reader - give him the Phonics Pathways advantage!"CATHY FOX, New Jersey director, National Right to Read Foundation, NRRF Teacher of the Year 1997
"I had no idea how to teach phonics, yet in about six weeks my 3-1/2 and 5-year-old children were reading and spelling. I always recommend Phonics Pathways - it remains my favourite program."SANDRA S. ELAM, director, The National Right to Read Foundation
"We are homeschooling our 9- and 7-year-olds and were convinced they would never read. Then I discovered Phonics Pathways in our local library. We are absolutely thrilled with their progress and your book!".THE WALTER R. WRIGHT FAMILY, Gnadenhutten, Ohio.
"After my mom had a stroke she had trouble getting words from her brain to her mouth. Soon after she was back home I began using Phonics Pathways with her. It helped her so much - she loved it!".BARB TESSMAN, librarian, Oconomowoc Public Library, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin.
Using her materials, Dolores G. Hiskes has implemented a number of school and community tutoring programs, such as the highly touted YES Reading Center in Palo Alto CA. She has tutored reading for over thirty years, and trained teachers from all over the world. She also has collected classic old reading and spelling texts from English-speaking countries worldwide, including New Zealand, Australia, The United Kingdom, and Canada, which she incorporates into her instruction. Well-published in professional journals and a winner of numerous honors, she publishes a free on-line newsletter about teaching reading, called Phonics Talk (www.dorbooks.com). She has trained teachers in New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom, and Canada, as well as throughout the United States.
|Author||Dolores G. Hiskes|