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If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video is worth a million...

My second PI reader turns out to be my first PI writer. This boy is amazing!

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And here's a picture of the finished paper...
http://www.dropshots.com/teacherman9000#albums/Pri

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Until this extremely bright first grader attempted writing her story upside down - as you will see in this video - she was never able to get more than a few words on paper, and those words were almost impossible to read. I knew before we began that she  was a PI reader, so I wasn't at all surprised to to see her doing this. However, I was amazed to see how neatly she was able to form her letters.

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And here is the finished paper...
http://www.dropshots.com/teacherman9000#date/2009-09-23/10:12:21


Tiger and Isaiah's PI Spelling Test Videos
Less than a week after I began working with Tiger and Isaiah I was asked by their teacher if I could (since it was a Friday) get them to take their Spelling Tests. I asked if it would be OK to have them write upside down. She looked at me a little strangely and said "Any way you can get them to do it would be fine!" So, without any prior attempts at writing this way, the boys took their first PI Spelling Tests

Here's Tiger taking his first PI Spelling Test:

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Here they are taking their Spelling Tests together:

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