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Dyslexia assessment is fine but prevention is so much better

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Let’s avoid Dyslexia: Simple ways parents could help

Children who learn to visualise words don’t develop Dyslexia. So how do we encourage young children to visualise words, even before school and any formal teaching. The Word Form Area (WFA) is an area in their brain that has mental … Continue reading

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Changing Dyslexia for a new decade

. Whilst so many children are being home schooled parents are having all sorts of challenges and are often realising just how much their children are struggling with literacy. This is an offer to you to take a different perspective … Continue reading

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Reducing the stress of reading: it’s magic

Last week I talked about simple word recognition of short object words, this week I am going to talk, in 10 mins, about: 1. Banishing the stress of reading 2. The position of the book 3. Recognising known words. A … Continue reading

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7 poor processes for teaching word recognition

Word recognition is necessary for fluent reading.  But with an emphasis on phonics ONLY, word recognition is left either left to chance or not being taught well in school.  One of the first words you can be expected to read … Continue reading

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