[blindkid] Reading with Expression.

Arielle Silverman arielle71 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 22 22:35:03 UTC 2013

Hi Penny,
If she is using the two-handed reading method, where the right hand
reads the right half of the line and then moves back to the left while
the left hand moves down, then she should be able to read a few words
ahead of what she is saying aloud and be able to pick up on the
punctuation. If she isn't using the two-handed method that is
something she  should be working  on. If she is then it's probably
just a matter  of building more speed and fluency which will come with

On 1/22/13, Penny Duffy <pennyduffy at gmail.com> wrote:
> My daughter Abby is making a lot of progress with reading . She was telling
> me her teacher told her she needs to read with more expression.  Abby has
> been taught that you use the punctuation to know the expression.  She
> doesn't read the punctuation till the end of the sentence.  She can't look
> ahead.  She would to know if there was any tips.  She is really concerned
> about this because her teacher is saying its important.
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