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LD & Learning 2 Read

Learning Disabilities and how to effectively teach beginning reading

Three actions that need to come together to read are... the brain, the eyes, and the psychology of the minds
What are two processes that are essential to teach beginning reading? phonological awareness and word recognition
what is phonological awareness? translating symbols into letters and then letters into sounds
What are the 4 steps to the research based instructional sequence to teaching phonological awareness and alphabetic understanding? 1. Model the sound or the strategy for making the sound. 2. Have students use strategy to produce the sound. 3. Repeat #1 and 2 for different sounds for each type and level of difficulty. 4. Use steps #1 and 2 for more difficult examples such a blends.
What are the three prerequisite skills for beginning reading? 1. Understanding that words can be spoken or written 2. Understanding that print corresponds to speech 3. Understanding that words are made up of sounds (phonemes)
Created by: teamappl