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Why Teach Morphology?

Why Teach Morphology?

—by Evelyn Reiss: Students with Specific Language Learning Disabilities need a systematic approach to teaching reading and spelling. Phonics-based Interventions have been found effective for remediation of decoding and encoding weaknesses. However, while phonics...

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Reading and Dyslexia

Reading and Dyslexia

Teachers Seek to Unravel Myths Around Reading and Dyslexia —by Holly Korbey, The George Lucas Educational Foundation This article is an excellent overview of dyslexia and the resources available. It provides links to other well-established organizations and...

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Helping Students Tackle Dyslexia

Helping Students Tackle Dyslexia

Helping Students Tackle Dyslexia —by Donell Pons, Salt Lake City, Utah Improvement in reading fluency can be achieved with early assessment, intensive phonemic decoding and many opportunities to apply decoding skills to meaningful text.

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Accommodating Students With Dyslexia

Accommodating Students With Dyslexia

Accommodating Students With Dyslexia —by Jessica Hamman Jessica Hamman gives several practical accommodations for the students with dyslexia. She has 5 key suggestions with links to tech tools and resources to help dyslexic students at school, college or university....

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