Right Track Reading and Back on the Right Track

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Right Track Reading and Back on the Right Track

Post by cartwheel » Mon Nov 17, 2008 5:24 am

This is a US program (actually 2 programs: for beginners and for remedial students). I wonder if anyone on this forum is familiar with it? It certainly appears to be synthetic phonics, complete with sound tiles. The author is Miscese Gagen. I found it listed on both the Don Potter website and the National Right to Read website. It looks great for parents and tutors. Gagen provides a detailed overview of her two programs, several examples of the content, pages of discussion of reading issues, and links to research and to literacy organizations (although not to the rrf. . . yet).

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Post by MDavis » Thu Dec 11, 2008 5:32 am

I looked at this some time back and thought it looked like a very good program. There are some peculiarities associated with the Minnesota-NorthDakota-Wyoming dialect of North American English, as I recall.

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