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Congregationally reading books to early childhood and older students who are struggling with reading, even when the students are in possession of copies of the books, is of limited effect as with helping students to learn to read or strengthening reading skills, as it is never a given that each student is cognizant enough of letter sounds to sufficiently follow along. Sequentially scanning and saving booklets as presentations via Windows Movie Maker or PowerPoint, etc. to a flash drive or other media device, or the hard drive of the classroom computer that is utilized for projection would allow for exhibition and congregational reading of any and every story and relevant textbook pages, and for pointing to words as each is pronunciated.

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