[[ PDF / Epub ]] ☄ The Teacher Who Couldn't Read: The True Story of a High School Instructor Who Triumphed over His Illiteracy Author John Corcoran – 1sm.info

The Teacher Who Couldn't Read: The True Story of a High School Instructor Who Triumphed over His Illiteracy John Corcoran S Memoir, The Teacher Who Couldn T Read Is Being Offered In A New Trade Paperback Format To Coincide With The Release Of His New Book Bridge To LiteracyThe Teacher Who Couldn T Read Is John S Life Story Of How He Struggled Through School Without The Basic Skills Of How To Read Or Write And Went On To Become A High School Teacher Still Without These Basic Skills John Then Went On To Conquer His Inability To Read And To Become A Leading Advocate For Literacy.


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10 thoughts on “The Teacher Who Couldn't Read: The True Story of a High School Instructor Who Triumphed over His Illiteracy

  1. says:

    I met this man at a speaking event that we put together where I worked in High School It was supposed to be a fundraiser for a library I read it before meeting him and was impressed by what he got away with I think I was a little star struck after hearing my bosses talk him up I did NOT enjoy hearing him speak I thought he was slimy and flaunting how he fooled everyone I think it s gross Yes, we have a problem with literacy in t


  2. says:

    This book took me through many different emotions As a teacher, I was disturbed that this man manipulated people his whole life He managed to graduate high school, college, and spent 17 years as a teacher without being able to read As a parent, I was angry that his own children didn t inspire him to want to rectify hi...


  3. says:

    This book is now available only on Kindle It s gone out of print for the second time, but hopefully it will be printed again soon An amazing story that you have to read to believe How could a person complete high school and college and become a teacher and real estate developer without reading It is all true I know the author and he s dedicated his life to training teachers and tutors in authentic phonetic instruction and to the bel


  4. says:

    This is an excellent book that exposes our faulty education system when it comes to literacy It is a must read for all teachers Hear from a grown man how he made it through high school, college and an earned an advanced degree without being able to read He couldn t eve...


  5. says:

    Made me want to learn about helping with illiteracy in America The end was a bit of a plug but the story was very interesting and very frustrating knowing the educators in his life did not stop to help him.


  6. says:

    This story is amazing It should be a call to action for every person who is blessed to have learned to read easily It makes me want to volunteer to be a adult literacy tutor or help in an elementary school reading class.


  7. says:

    Actually read this several years ago when some children in my class were having reading problems It pointed me to several sources for helping them I bought it again to share with a friend who is mentoring a middle school child who is having difficulty with reading.


  8. says:

    The book itself The story was interesting and totally freaky I have no idea how this dude never learned how to read and was able to trick everybody until he was almost 50 For that, I have to say that people who cannot read are NOT dumb That said, I have no idea how after 50 years you could not pick up on ANYTHING I went to China in May I had no idea what any of the signs said, but I was only there 2 weeks I think if I stayed for a year, or 50


  9. says:

    Am I the only person who thinks this author s story is just false I don t mean it s WOW. unbelievable I mean I think this man is just lying.I taught English at a private K 12 school in Ecuador along with two other native English speakers The other two teachers knew no Spanish, so they were illiterate in the language of the school Of course the school knew this upon hiring them, and they were hired to teach English to non native speakers..not to


  10. says:

    If you care about literacy, I highly recommend this true story about one man s struggles with illiteracy and what we can all learn from his story It s not the best written book you ll ever read, but it still does an excellent job helping you understand the reasons behind why so many people in our country don t learn to read, or don t learn to read well enough to really function.It s amazing all the ways he learned to work around the system, and g


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