by ReadSpeaker

Text-to-speech Blog

(Il)literacy in the European Union

Listen Literacy is defined as “using printed and written information to function in society, to achieve one’s goals, and to develop one’s knowledge and potential.” Illiteracy, the opposite of literacy, in the strict sense, is defined as the inability to read and write...

10 Ways to Motivate a Reluctant Reader

Reading is essential to a child’s future, both giving them practice as well as opening their intellectual horizons and academic potential. Most parents and teachers know that the key to their child’s future is rooted in successful reading habits, but many still...

Off-line Resources for Struggling Readers

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn While there is a multitude of on-line support for those dealing with struggling readers, sometimes you just want to some hands-on, face-to-face time. There is no substitute for meeting up with other professionals and families that are...

On-line Resources for Struggling Readers

Parents and educators that work with struggling readers are faced with many challenges such as helping the student stay at grade level and motivated, dealing with feelings of isolation and even bullying. However there is a growing amount of resources to help those...