"Reading, How To", is Herbert Kohl's answer to the phonics versus whole language debate and to the other arguably false dichotomies and mandates that characterize much of our talk about reading instruction. Kohl boldly insists that "there is no reading problem. Most people who fail to learn how to read in our society are victims of a fiercely competitive system of training that requires failure". He believes that "anyone who reads with a certain degree of competency can help others who read less well." This book is aimed at those interested in helping someone else learn to read.
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