Drawing on major new insights in brain research, Richard Gentry shows how reading and writing develop in five phases that provide the blueprint for instructional approaches. In this clip Kevin reads at levels expected for Phase 3: advanced decoding skills, self-correcting, and use of meaning-based clues. He also uses adult underwriting with Kevin. Learn more here: http://bit.ly/1nDOwPp
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