Lovedtodeath Posted July 17, 2009 Share Posted July 17, 2009 I did a search for my last comments about HTTS so that I could admit to everyone that I found AAS very cheap used and bought it. :D I have no doubts that it is based on HTTS, but it has some incremental steps that HTTS is missing, probably pulled from an OG reading program. DD was balking at sounding out and learning phonograms and basically anything phonetic about spelling. Having AAS is worth it for me because I am absolutely confident that I am teaching it the correct way, and that I am not making her do something she isn't ready for, or missing any steps. I need that confidence to stand up to DDs bad attitude. I will probably switch back to HTTS after this first level of AAS because then I can implement their methods with HTTS, plus the beginning steps are already taken care of. I have been recommending HTTS instead of AAS all over. I have egg on my face. :tongue_smilie: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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