Braille-Phonics: A New Technique for Aiding the Reading Disabled

Fishbein, Harold D.
January 1979
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Jan1979, Vol. 12 Issue 1
Academic Journal
Describes the application of a teaching technique for improving the word-attack skills of sighted reading disabled children. Root of difficulties of reading disabled in making links between graphemes and phonemes; Interconnection of tactile and visual language processes; Maximum benefit in younger children with relatively weak visual reception or association with relatively strong auditory memory or association.


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