Ms. Terri Doyle

Phone: 6103688812

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

I hold a B.S.in Regular Education and a M.Ed. in Special Education. I am a Wilson Reading Specialist and Wilson Certified. My experience includes regular education and special education. I have worked with students with learning disabilities, intellectual disability, and autism.

Ms. Terri Doyle

 

     My name is Terri Doyle and I am a Wilson Reading Specialist for the Upper Darby School District.   I have small group instruction at Beverly Hills, Highland Park, Drexel Hill & Westbrook Park schools.  

    The Wilson Reading System is a wonderful program that is very effective in increasing students' reading ability.  The program helps students to sound out words, divide words into syllables, increase fluency, and increase spelling skills. 

     I want what is best for your child and to make that happen I need YOU on my team.  Together we can make it a great year!  The best way to reach me is:   tdoyle@upperdarbysd.org.  I look forward to partnering with you!     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

   

  •       My name is Terri Doyle and I am a Wilson Reading Specialist for the Upper Darby School District.   I have small group instruction at Beverly Hills, Highland Park, Drexel Hill and Westbrook Park schools.  

         The Wilson Reading System is a wonderful program that is very effective in increasing students' reading ability.  The program helps students to sound out words, divide words into syllables, increase fluency, and increase spelling skills. 

         I want what is best for your child and to make that happen I need YOU on my team.  Together we can make it a great year!  The best way to reach me is:   tdoyle@upperdarbysd.org.  I look forward to partnering with you!     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

       

     

  • Thank you to all parents who attended Back to School Night.  I have contacted my middle schools parents via phone or email.  If you did not hear from me check your contact information. 

    I can be reached at tdoyle@upperdarbysd.org

    Homework

    The purpose of the weekly assignment is to increase fluency with repetitive practice of passages.  Read each night!

    Click on the link below for this week's non-fiction passage:

     

    Wild Horses Enriched Text

    Wild Horses Decodable Text

     Vocabulary Word/meanings can be found on last page of the enriched text passage.  

     What is fluency?

    Fluency is defined as the ability to read with speed, accuracy, and proper expression. In order to understand what they read, children must be able to read fluently whether they are reading aloud or silently. When reading aloud, fluent readers read in phrases and add intonation appropriately. Their reading is smooth and has expression. With the help of parents and teachers, kids can learn strategies to cope with fluency issues that affect his or her reading. Below are some tips and specific things to do.

     What can kids do to help themselves?

    Track the words with your finger as a parent or teacher reads a passage aloud. Then you read it.

    Have a parent read aloud to you. Then, match your voice to theirs.

    Read your favorite books and poems over and over again. Practice getting smoother and reading with expression.

    What can parents do to help at home?

    Support and encourage your child. Realize that reading likely frustrates him or her.

    Reading aloud and having your child match his voice to yours

    Having your child practice reading the same list of words, phrase, or short passages several times

    Reminding your child to pause between sentences and phrases

    Read aloud to your child to provide an example of how fluent reading sounds.

    Give your child books with predictable vocabulary and clear rhythmic patterns so the child can "hear" the sound of fluent reading as he or she reads the book aloud.

    Use books on tapes; have the child follow along in the print copy.

    Syllabus

    Click on link below to access Wilson Steps 1 -12

    Wilson Steps 1 - 12 

     

     

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  • BH Back to School Night is Thursday September 12, 2019

    I look forward to seeing you in Room 400 mobile classroom.  

    The purpose of the weekly assignment is to increase fluency with repetitive practice of passages.  

    Click on the link below for this week's non-fiction passage:

    Komodo Dragon Enriched Text

    Komodo Dragon Decodable Text

    Vocabulary Word/meanings can be found on last page of the enriched text passage.  

     What is fluency?

    Fluency is defined as the ability to read with speed, accuracy, and proper expression. In order to understand what they read, children must be able to read fluently whether they are reading aloud or silently. When reading aloud, fluent readers read in phrases and add intonation appropriately. Their reading is smooth and has expression. With the help of parents and teachers, kids can learn strategies to cope with fluency issues that affect his or her reading. Below are some tips and specific things to do.

     What can kids do to help themselves?

    Track the words with your finger as a parent or teacher reads a passage aloud. Then you read it.

    Have a parent read aloud to you. Then, match your voice to theirs.

    Read your favorite books and poems over and over again. Practice getting smoother and reading with expression.

    What can parents do to help at home?

    Support and encourage your child. Realize that reading likely frustrates him or her.

    Reading aloud and having your child match his voice to yours

    Having your child practice reading the same list of words, phrase, or short passages several times

    Reminding your child to pause between sentences and phrases

    Read aloud to your child to provide an example of how fluent reading sounds.

    Give your child books with predictable vocabulary and clear rhythmic patterns so the child can "hear" the sound of fluent reading as he or she reads the book aloud.

    Use books on tapes; have the child follow along in the print copy.

    Syllabus

    Click on link below to access Wilson Steps 1 -12

    Wilson Steps 1 - 12 

     

     

    Comments (-1)
  •  Thank you for sharing your child with us.  We are thankful for their presence in our lives.   

    The purpose of the weekly assignment is to increase fluency with repetitive practice of passages.  

    Click on the link below for this week's non-fiction passage:

    Common Snapping Turtle ET

    Common Snapping Turtle 

    Vocabulary:  distinct, restrict, unique, brackish, crayfish, lure and mollusk

     What is fluency?

    Fluency is defined as the ability to read with speed, accuracy, and proper expression. In order to understand what they read, children must be able to read fluently whether they are reading aloud or silently. When reading aloud, fluent readers read in phrases and add intonation appropriately. Their reading is smooth and has expression. With the help of parents and teachers, kids can learn strategies to cope with fluency issues that affect his or her reading. Below are some tips and specific things to do.

     What kids can do to help them:

    Track the words with your finger as a parent or teacher reads a passage aloud. Then you read it.

    Have a parent read aloud to you. Then, match your voice to theirs.

    Read your favorite books and poems over and over again. Practice getting smoother and reading with expression.

    What parents can do to help at home:

    Support and encourage your child. Realize that reading likely frustrates him or her.

    Reading aloud and having your child match his voice to yours

    Having your child practice reading the same list of words, phrase, or short passages several times

    Reminding your child to pause between sentences and phrases

    Read aloud to your child to provide an example of how fluent reading sounds.

    Give your child books with predictable vocabulary and clear rhythmic patterns so the child can "hear" the sound of fluent reading as he or she reads the book aloud.

    Use books on tapes; have the child follow along in the print copy.

    Click on link below to access Wilson Steps 1 -12

    Wilson Steps 1 - 12 

     

     

    Comments (-1)
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