Phonics and More Phonic Posts

Apr 20, 2014 | Literacy

After last week’s post on the phonics approach to reading – which still is by far the most common way to teach anyone to read, being dyslexic or not –  a fellow Davis facilitator with lots of knowledge posted the linked article.

It’s rather boring to read, but at least it showed how effective phonics are to learn nonsense words. Did you know that?

I’m sure you always wanted to read those too.

 

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