Feb 23Liked by John Wills Lloyd

I'm not really sure how you could effectively help students connect a sound to a "letter" (both standard English or Braille or any other alphabet you might find) without both seeing/feeling and hearing it. The kinesthetic helps because writing/spelling are connected to learning to read but if you parse out everything except oral reading, you need to be able to make a connection between a sound and the thing that represents that sound. What's the magic? Maybe the repetition? Maybe the multiple means of access to the content (hearing/seeing/writing)? I don't know. But I think whatever we need to do to help students break the code and read is what we need to do.

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Feb 20Liked by John Wills Lloyd

ALways been bemused by "multisensory" What I'd like to see is unisensory reading insrtuction

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