The Reason for RSvP™ Step by Step’s Success – Family of Sounds

The sequence that I use to teach vowel sounds introduces each vowel in a “family” of sounds. Thus, the student learns all the common and regular vowel sounds and spelling patterns of Aa before moving on to Ee, Ii, Oo, and Uu. Learning the vowel sounds in this way makes it easy for students to …

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Older Students Are Embarrassed by Infantile Approaches to Their Reading Problems

The first thing one notices about RSvP™ Step by Step is that it is a program developed with one goal in mind: to meet the needs of the older student with disabilities. Since the older student is usually able to handle the consonants of the language, the emphasis at this level is on the vowels, …

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