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This helpful, ingenious and sensible consultant presents these operating with dyslexic young children 100 rules of the way to help their studying improvement. Lists diversity from determining the desires of person students and their studying kinds to constructing scholars studying, writing, numeric and conversation talents.

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By Gavin Reid

This helpful, ingenious and sensible consultant presents these operating with dyslexic young children 100 rules of the way to help their studying improvement. Lists diversity from determining the desires of person students and their studying kinds to constructing scholars studying, writing, numeric and conversation talents.

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Then randomly dictate words with those multiple spelling choices. Each word should contain one of the spellings. For example: oa Use a visual of a boat here boat middle spelling IDEA 30 in LU U O X u ow Use a visual of snow here snow final spelling a. in LU Q. Be sure that pupils are confident in using each individual phonogram before introducing a multiple spelling choice. For example, only introduce 'ow' as in snow when you are certain 'oa' for boat is secure. Then the pupils can be given words with both spellings and asked to stop and think about which one they are going to use - 'ow', as in snow, is a final spelling and 'oa', as in boat, is a middle (or beginning) spelling.

The class can follow this up by drawing each of the gestures. , ^ \^2 Uj in 20 This can be an excellent activity for dyslexic learners as they are able to hear the story and can also follow it in print at the same time. It can also help with word recognition, as well as providing important language experience. Select some texts that the child is able to read fluently and record the child reading them (taping should be done in stages). This allows the child to hear his own voice reading a piece of text fluently, which develops selfconfidence.

33 IDEA 27 (j| 2 — ^j 111 ^ I/* ^ {J cn Block spelling is beneficial for pupils who tend to leave out letters, put letters in the wrong place or add in extra ones. It is most suitable for one-syllable words. Give the pupil more markers (use beads, blocks, bingo chips, happy faces) than are in the word. The pupil then says the word, pushing one marker forward for each sound. He then knows how many sounds need to be represented when he is spelling. Begin with consonant vowel consonant (cvc) words and add beginning and final blends as the pupil is able to spell with more phonograms (letters or groups of letters representing one sound) (ccvcc).

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