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The Molokoff News, 'llmrully, March S, 1981--111 LIONEL DUNCAN reading textbooks have examined carefully and a selec- as described in an article earlier, let's talk about of learning to read and finally to read isn't simple. In fact There is no one best rn it because some from one approach and another. Some children m a hurry and others take time. The biggest mystery that some reasonably in- children just seem to never regardless of the methods ae spent. we hear criticism that are not teaching phonics. This There was a time around when the battle over the was "phonics vs since been settled Any good teacher is a blend of the two that |ood readers. Many words of are phonetically meaning we can't decode to the "rules" of than try to learn the to the rules they are easier know it is much more or saying words. on behind the eyes? Are along with a mental what is being read? Suppose sentence like, "The rab- woodpile." If the child running rabbit go under lacks what we call And if he doesn't is this will cer- to his comprehension teacher must ry vocabulary up with their This is why it is so impor- reading to their age. This of course lot of talking about pic- T, develops listening skills, and helps TOMPKINS YN MARKS is pPovided for Junior High that grade level. students are given educational meets their own needs. them realize "that print relates to already two years ahead of some. Nor- speech. It may even get them to feeling really the better the vocabulary the that reading is a skill worth learning, quicker and better a child will begin to which may be the most important out- read. If a child doesn't know the come of all. meaning of a word phonics will not sup- It is also vitally important that paren- ply it for them. ts take time to carry on conversations "Once my child is in school should I with their child and just as important, leave the teaching of reading to the to listen to them. This is one reason why school?" Not at all. I do suggest that there is such a vast difference in you work with the teacher and deter- children of the same age on the first day mine how you can best reinforce the of school. You have a few that are methods of the teacher, and don't fall Y TINA Alternate program available By ANETTE JACKSON habits of work that are common to all AND JEANIE SEELY subjects. The close connection between The Language Arts and Reading language and other subjects offers program is based on the pupil's needs to many possibilities for correlated IX- express his experiences and ideas and periences. Spontaneetm-.i~Ucipation to receive and interpret the experiences and real enjoyment are major goals of and ideas of others. A variety of ac- the program. tivities are utilized to guide thepupilin The spelling bee is an extra- developing, according to ability, the curricular activity sponsored by the skills of speaking, reading, writing, and Language Arts Dept. This year twenty listening. Such activities are con- students participated in the ditioned by the special problems that preliminary round. The finals of the youth face in personal adjustment to spelling bee were held Feb. 24 at the the world. Malakoff Junior High School. Speech writing activities are cen- Currently, plans are being made to tered around situations of importance sponsor a literary magazine next year to youth. Numerous possibilities for in conjunction with the speech and creative expression exist. The skills for drama department. Students will be spelling, punctuation, and grammatical responsible for the production of the usage necessary for educational and magazine, along with the distribution social success are aquired through a and marketing of the finished product. variety of integrated speech and writing activities. Some 2.3 million service disabled Reading and listening activities 'military veterans will get $7.1 billion in provide opportunities for personal in- Veterans Administration compensation joyment, for acquiring reading skills payments this year. and for voluntary reading adapted to the pubil's needs and interests as a , mature individual. Because of the. availability in daily life of current books, magazines, motion pictures, radio, and television, experiences in- volving listening and critical thinking are meahlngfui and assist the pupil in learning to discriminate. Many Language Arts and Reading program activities develop effective studies t students challenge COTTON challenge to graders. It encore- COmplete study of Texas the first Conquistadors day Texas history. The is class projects which excellent, good and fair. be built using natural sub- doors in our area. are farm scenes in early cabins complete with is a study of ex- of North America, con- War, most severe test of our matlon Course, 75163. ge Arts and Two of the main goals are to each student with a positive sense of self-awareness and self-worth; andTHE MALAKOFF assist the students in learning and un- NEWS derstanding things that are used in every day life. 489-0531 Students are allowed to work at their own rate of performance. At the end of three months, the students' level of achievement, readiness to advance, or needs for reinforcement is assessed. HARBOR HOUSE The program is then altered when .ach RESTAURANT, CLUB let. AND MARINA Bible Correspondence Course Star Harbor 489-0810 QUESTION: Where did the ex- pression "A little bird told me" originate? ANS ER: Please read Ecclesiastes 10:20. This is just one~ example of some of the interesting. SUNNY GLENN ' facts that are found in the Bible. RESORT Perhaps you would benefit from a "Rough it in comfort" better understanding of this great book. Now you can receive an eight Hiway 90 489-0715 lesson, full c ~lor Bible correspon- dence course. Study in the privacy of your own home at your own pace. Certificate awarde(l upenMALAKOFF completion. First lesson sere im- mediately by mail. This course is INSURANCE AGENCY "offered free without cost or 102 South Terry 489-0512 obligation to you. For more infor- write: Correspondence ' Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Garrison P.O. Box 193, Trinidad, Tx. PEP, RY'S 5 & 10 103 Iwy. 31 Saturday, Harch 7,1981 9 to 1 PH* THE BARBER SHOP East Royall Blvd. 489.0455 Les Williams and Earl Gentry TANNER MOTOR COMPANY 105 East Mitcham 489-1292 The Tanner Family THE CARPET & APPLIANCE DEPOT 212 Terry Mr. and Mrs. Neal Hampy Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haney CEDAR LAKE" NURSING HOME West Royall Blvd. 489-1702 Management and Staff DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY "Pleasing You Pleases Us" 611 Highway 31 Eall 489-1533 Mr. and Mrs. Bud Dutaney FRED SONNTAG FORD, INC. 303 W. Royall Blvd. 489.0506 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sonntag into the trap of judging the way your kids are being taught by the way you were taught. In my opinion teachers are better prepared today and are working just as hard as teachers ever have. "Then why is my child a poor ,. i:::: : reader?" Assuming that you have done your part--I don't know. I wish I had ", the answer. Remember at the begin- ning I said learning to read is complex. I am tempted to think it is as complex as the complexities of our modern society--and that there is possibly a direct relationship. There are numerous theories and I have a few of my own but that is another stow. SPELLING BEE CHAMPIONS at Malakoff Elementary School are Greg Ashlock, champ, and Sharlq Slaton, runner-up. Both students are members of Mary Louise Jackson's sixth grade class. They will represent Malakoff Elemen. tary at the Dallas News Spelling Bee at Henderson County Junior College March 11. Tlna Jones was top speller In the fifth"Nnde. (Staff photo by Lori Callaway ) TO KIt MOC~NO w It it T 7 IlL t Itlf I~ Ill ~*t~" t t 111 it' Vl 41 It II Jr ",~, " ~ ,, .:%:. t i,/v , te' MEMBERS OF MALAKOFF JUNIOR HIGH seventh grade science class made posters to depict their recent study on drug abuse. The posters were displayed on the school bulletin board. (Staff photo by Loll Cailaway) I The grace ye are saved through, The substance of things hoped for, The evidence of things not seen. ~3 MALAKOFF CIIUR('B OF ('HRIST C.C. Abbott, Minister Sunday School ................. 10:00a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 11 : 00 a.m Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6:00 p. m Wednesday Service ............. 6: 30 p. m. Tuesday Ladies Bible Class ..... 10:00 a.m. FIRST BAPTIST CUURCII OF MALAKOFF James Cheatham, Pastor Sunday School .................. 9 : 45 a. m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... It :00 a .m, Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7 :O0p m Wednesday Worship ............. "7:00 p.m, Girls Auxiliary, Monday ......... 3:30 p,m, WMU, Tuesday ................ 9:00a,m Choir Practice: Sunday, Bond of Love ......... 4:15 p,m. Celebration Sunday ........... 6:00 p.m Tuesday, Young M usicia ns .... 3: 30 p, m. Wednesday, Adult Choir ....... 7: 30 p m Thursday, Music Makers ...... 2:30 p,m. PARKVIEW MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUBCH Dsnny PBts, Psstor Sunday School .................. 9:45 am. Sunday Morning Worship ....... io: 55 a, m, Training Service ................ 6:00p.m. Sunday Evening Worship ....... 6:45 pm Wednesday Night WMA ........................ 6:45 p.m, Prayer Meeting ..... : ......... 7 : 30 p,m. The Fisher of Men Simon was acclaimed the best fisherman of his day. Somehow lately his catch had been small, however. Ho hoped for full nets but, unhappily, they were often empty . when he brought them up. He could not hide hia disappointment from all that watched him. It was then that Christ said "Cast the net again Simon.', Simon quickly obeyed and behold the nat was so full of fish that it broke. Christ wanted to demonstrate to Simon that there are as many men to be saved as there are fish to be caught. Thus, Simon Peter be- came the great fisher of men --going forth to teach all nations of the power of Jesus Christ. " 7:"':: ",~ If your church is not included please call 489-0531. K&K KOMINGS, INC. Highway 3] East 489-1920 Mr. and Mrs, Jeff Hopkins MALAKOFF PRESCRIPTION" SHOPPE 106 N. Terry 489-1909 Marlin and Karen Perkins DAIRY QUEEN OF MALAKOFF Highway 31 West 489-1895 Faye Parkins CITY BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. West Royall Blvd. 489-0891 BIGGS SHEET METAL SHOP Highway 31 E. 489-0741 Mr and Mrs V.g~l 8tgRs & sun CAt,VARY BAPTIST ('IIUB('II OF TRI N I DAD Bill Watson, Minister Sunday School .................. 9:45 a,m Sunday Morning Worship ....... tO: 45 a. m Sunday Training Service ........ 6:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00 p.m. Wednesday ..................... "7::t0p.m, Auxiliary, Wednesday ........... 6:30 p.m ('ltOSS ROADS UNITED METIII)I)IST CllUR(II Randy Warren, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship ....... 9:30am. Sunday School ................. 10:30am. Bible Study .................... 6:30p m Gospel Singing Every 2nd Friday of month ...... 7: 30 p m'. MAI,AKOFF FIRST UNITED METIIt)DIST CllL'R('II Randy Warren, Pastor Sunday School ................ 10:00 a .mr Morning Worship ............ IX :00am Evening Worship ................ 6:30 p m Wednesday Chancel Choir ...... 7:30 p,m United Methodist Women meet 2nd and 4th Mondays ....... 230 p m FFF meets Ist and 3rd Tuesdays ................... 11 : 00 a. m ASSEMBI,Y OF COl) Ken Jones, Pastor Sunday School .................. 9:45 a.m Sunday Morning Worship ...... 10:45 a m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00 p,m Wednesday Mid-week Service 7:00 p.m. TRI N IDAD ('IIURCII (W' ('lib IST Robert Fo~ter, Mlnlster 77~.2536 Sunday School .................. 9:30 a m Sunday Morning Worship ....... IO: 30 a .m Sunday Evening Worship ....... 6:(~) p m Sunday Song Service ............ 5:30 pm Wednesday Mid-week ......... 7 3o p m Wednesday, Ladies Bible (:lass ........................ 10:00a m. ST. JUDE'S MI~ION Father B.G. Eades Services held at Luther Lane at Hwy 85 Sunday Mass .................... 8:30 a.m. Sunday School immediately after mass FIRST BAPTIST ('llt'R('ll OF TRINII)AD Danny Boler, Minister Sunday School ................. 9:45a m Sunday Morning Worship ...... I 1:00 a m Sunday Evening Worship ..... 7:00 pro. Wednesday ................. 7:00p m FIRST UNITEI) METIIt)I)IST ('ltU R('il (IF TRINII)AI) Melvin Rowland, Minlster Sunday Schooi .............. 9:45 a,m Sunday Morning Worship ...... 10:50 a,m Sunday Evening Worship .... 6: DO pm UMYF ...................... 6:45p m Felh)wship Supper 4th Wednesday ............... 6::10 p m Ladies Bible Study, Tueaday. 9:30 a m ROYALL CHEVROLET & BUICK CO. 510 W. Royall Blvd. 489-0529 FOOD FARE MALAKOFF, INC. Highway 31 W. 489-0538 Open Sun.-Thurs, 8 to 7 Fri, and Sat, 8 to 8 PERRY BROS. E. Highway 31 489-0482 McKEE LUMBER CO. 206 East Royall Blvd. 489-0527 Gene Berry, manager CITIZENS STATE BANK North Terry 489-0530 JIM DAY ELECTRIC Malakoff 489-0910 -j&j ENTERPRISES R.H. Lee Park Your Host .... Jude and Judy Glasscock ACTION REALTY 211 E. Roya/I B/yd. 489-1519 This Feature is published with the thought that more people will attend church. It is sponsored by firms 100% interested in our community. I II I ii