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The main reason why the Student and Classroom Reading Wall procedures are so effective is that they simply make sense. The most important key is that we have identified the 4,000+ most common words used in elementary reading books and tests and organized them into their proper order from "most common" to "least common."
The next breakthrough with the Reading Wall technique comes with how words are organized into each list. After watching a child struggle with the reading process, you'll notice one common mistake along their frustration - Vowel Sounds are the biggest stumbling block in the ability to decode (figure out) words properly. The most difficult vowel sounds include short e - short o - short u - ar - er - ur - ai - oo - ou - oi - etc. Therefore, to overcome this problem, we took the 4,000 words and further divided them into small groups according to their vowel sound (short a words together - short e words together - ar words together - etc. The final result being hundreds of lists sequentially organized along vowel sounds witih each list containing 5-7 words.
The Final Breakthrough
To insure students can remember the vowel sound in each word (and to assist in the memorization techniques), we decided to use a special color-coding process. Short vowels are colored red - long vowels are colored blue - and "other" vowel sounds are colored green. This helps accomplish two important learning goals - first, it remindS students where the vowel sound is located as well as the sound it makes, and second - it shows students where to stop when using our special "Stop at the Vowel Sound" strategy. The efficiency of the whole process is further increased if we teach in the way the human brain is naturally designed to learn information - which is in small sequential steps. Only when one step is mastered do we then proceed to the next.
years of observing results with our latest version of the Student Reading
Wall (now called "The Student Lists"), we have found that children with average reading
ability can expect to see one year's worth of reading
improvement in approximately 2-3 months with 15-20 minutes of daily one-on-one
practice (no... this is not an exaggeration). Children with slight to moderate
learning disabilities typically advance one year in reading level over
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