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These entertaining 1 minute video lessons review key concepts that are essential to understanding how English works.
These decodable stories on this page are all written by Shawna Audet. The pictures that accompany the stories come from pixabay.com, so they are all in the public domain. You have permission to download the stories to use in your teaching.
This section offers resources to get help parents of struggling readers to get their children access to an effective reading remediation program. There are also resources related to financial aid, IEP planning and advocacy.
School Literary System Checklist
I used the recommendation of the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal's "Right to Read" report (2022) to create the "School Literacy System Checklist." The checklist is a simple tool to help educators determine if the qualities of effective literacy systems are present or needed in their school.