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Reading abilities are required for a person to learn from texts and are crucial for lifelong learning. Using reading methods is an excellent technique to fully comprehend literature (McNamara, 2009). Students rarely pick up reading skills on their own; as a result, they must be explicitly taught. However, it is extremely difficult for students to study during this pandemic because there is restricted time for teachers and students in live online meetings, particularly among Grade One students. Since one of the key challenges in the first grade is non-readers, this study intends to determine the effectiveness of E.S Claveria strategies in teaching reading in the period of distant learning. Based on the quantitative findings, we can conclude that the ER Claveria method of teaching reading has a beneficial impact on students, except for the alphabetic principle, which the majority of students are still learning. On the qualitative side of the data, the researcher interviewed the participants' parents about their experiences teaching their children to read using the methodology and their views on their children's growth. Because of the picture, the parents agree that this technique piques their child's interest, and the material is simple to utilize. It is well-organized, and the exercises provided are quite beneficial.
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