This exercise is a great reading comprehension exercise for younger and older students. Use this exercise to get your students to think about why they are reading. The K stands for “Know”, the W stand for “Will or Want” and the L stands for “Learn”. Before reading, ask your students the first two questions illustrated Read more
Good readers preview text before reading. Reading comprehension is not an automatic or passive process. It is highly interactive and planned. These are strategies to use before reading a text. Step 1: Set a goal For younger students ask questions like, “Why did you pick this book?”. Be sure to respond to the student’s Read more
Use this tip when your student is struggling with a word! This is especially great for sight words. Step 1: Tutor selects a word and writes it clearly. Step 2: Have student choose any 5 colors! Any 5! This is their rainbow. Read more
New Haven Reads would like to announce our new policy for student registration forms. Registration forms must be completed before a student’s first tutoring session. To make this process easier there are three ways to complete the registration form: 1. Pick up at copy at 45 Bristol St. August 28-August 31 2. Complete the registration Read more
Check out our new video and see some of our students, parents, and tutors speaking about New Haven Reads and the impact our organization is having on our community! You may need to let this video load for a few minutes depending on your internet connection!
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SAVE THE DATE! Friday, October 26th from 7 – 9 pm – New Haven Reads Community Spelling Bee! Read our press release: NHR Spelling Bee Press Release_Save The Date_May 2012 Friday and check out our Spelling Bee page. Contact us at email@example.com for more information!
Welcome to our new Volunteer Spotlight series! Each month, New Haven Reads will highlight one of our spectacular volunteers. Read on to learn more about one of our Science Park tutors, Walter Skalla. Once a week at Science Park, Walter and Darius can be found reading or working on multiplication tables. Read more
New Haven Reads thanks the 323 people who responded to the recent tutor survey! Here are some initial results: Tutors are passionate about literacy and their students. 49.5% of respondents decided to tutor at NHR because NHR’s vision, mission, and goals matched their own. 86% are satisfied with their tutor student pairings, and 90% feel Read more
Welcome to our new Volunteer Spotlight series! Each month, New Haven Reads will highlight one of our spectacular volunteers. Read on to learn more about one of our Dixwell tutors, Robin Ruhf.
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