What Happens When Children Who Do Not Respond to or Struggle Greatly with Phonics, More of the Same?

This issue of NASET’s Practical Teacher series was written by Matthew Glavach, Ph.D. The article discusses the results of a large study he conducted with children who were not responding to phonics despite exceptional teachers. Children can learn to read through repeated reading of books they love, a read-aloud intervention that led to dramatic reading successes. Also, when children have success with repeated reading, they can complete phonics activities more easily.

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