Parent Involvement in Reading

Elish-Piper, Laurie
December 2009
Illinois Reading Council Journal;Winter2009/2010, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p52
The article offers practical suggestions to promote parent communication, involvement and partnership for children's literacy development in Illinois. It notes that parents play a key role in children's literacy development and school success through supporting and building positive working relationship with educators for better teaching. In this regard, it is suggested that educators must teach the parents about phonemic awareness, phonics and fluency.


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