December 21, 2007, Newsletter Issue #114: Workbooks

Tip of the Week

Many teachers think of reading workbooks are an old, traditional method of teaching reading. And while newer phonics games and more fun reading activities have taken the mainstream, workbooks serve an important purpose in teaching reading that should not be ignored. Reading followed by the completion of workbook activities are a very effective way to see whether your students comprehend the materials they are reading. So it's not always wise to discard the old to move on with the new. A blend of both is ideal.

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