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Readers with LD

Beginning Readers

Does learning to read develop naturally? No, it requires human intervention and context. It requires complex actions with your eyes, brain, and psychology of your mind.
What two processes are essential to teaching beginning readers? Phonological Awareness and Word Recognition
A beginner reader should enter school with what? A conscious awareness of sound structure of words and the ability to manipulate sounds in words. (Student who enter 1st grade with phonological awareness are more successful readers than those who do not.
Phonological awareness builds on ________________. and enhances children's experiences with written language and spoken language.
How should one teach phonological awareness? Explicit and Direct Instruction
How can teachers support learning to read words? By modeling new sounds and words, correcting errors promptly and explicitly, and sequencing reading tasks from easy to more difficult.
Created by: hsim