The author has notified us that she is in the process of switching publishers. Once we hear that we can place orders, we can once again get this wonderful manual back in stock. To be put on our waiting list, please email us at email@example.com, with "Roadmap to Literacy Waiting List" in the title. Having spoken directly to the author, she has also recommended an alternative way of using the book, which we will show once we have them available. Thank you for your patience!
Clear guidance on how to teach reading, writing, and spelling.
One of the most important tasks teachers and homeschool parents face in the early grades is teaching students the fundamental language skills that underlie all future learning. Fortunately, there is a guide to traversing this territory: The Roadmap to Literacy. This book presents the key phases students must master to become literate.
The Roadmap to Literacy introduces these phases and provides:
• The essential concepts and skills that students need to learn in each phase, including an entire section on Phonics Rules • Key pitfalls to avoid • Ideas to introduce new concepts in an imaginative and lively way • Fun and effective practice activities to help students solidify skills • Comprehensive lesson planning • Easy ways to assess the program’s efficacy • How to handle common remedial issues
The Roadmap to Literacy provides educators and parents all of the information necessary to teach their students the skills of reading, writing, grammar, and spelling so that they will be able to meet the demands of the upper grades—and beyond.
What Readers Are Saying: “A break-through….an essential resource for every Waldorf teacher who wants to insure that good reading takes place in his or her class!” —Bonnie River, M.Ed., Co-founder Gradalis Teacher Training Program
“An incredible compilation of Waldorf and public school methods that can be used both by private Waldorf teachers and public school teachers.” —Bethany Chaffin, M.Ed., Administrator, San Diego County Teacher of the Year, 2014
“This book will be a bible for early grades teachers! Educators will have everything they need to teach early literacy in one easy-to-use reference.” —Heather Handy, M.Ed., Class Teacher and School Mentor