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Sunday Is for the Sun, Monday Is for the Moon: Teaching Reading, One Teacher and Thirty Children at a Time Paperback – April 11, 2012
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About the Author
Sandra Priest Rose, one of the founders of Reading Reform Foundation of New York, has worked in the New York City public schools for over fifty years, first as a volunteer, then as a teacher in the South Bronx, and finally as Chairman and Treasurer of this not-for-profit organization dedicated to training teachers in successful approaches to teaching reading, writing, spelling and comprehension. Her goal is to have every child read myths, fairy tales, history, biography, science and geography, and learn about music and art, in order to open up the world of knowledge – the rightful heritage of each child.
Top customer reviews
Aileen Lewisohn Godsick
how to read, write and spell. The ideas have been around for a long
time and I wish more schools used this method. The book gives a detailed
approach for application in the classroom.