With regards to the programme so far, S is still enjoying it and doesn’t complain about doing Easyread at all which is a very good start. I think being on the computer is a big attraction for her and she has now got into a rhythm with reading the text and doing the games, so I don’t have to ask her to reread the text, she does it automatically. She is also automatically decoding, even when she knows the word and I have checked with her that she is reading the text and not the pictures, and believe that she is because she will often get the initial sound wrong on certain words such as ode (saying odd first) before looking at the picture and correcting herself. So her speed at reading has also noticeably picked up. Instead of saying “I don’t know it” or “I can’t do it” etc she is now just trying and doing really well with it.
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