Effectiveness of phonics for students with learning disabilities

Hooks, Linda; Peach, Walter
September 1993
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Sep93, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p243
Academic Journal
Examines the effectiveness of the Char-L Intensive Phonics Program with a group of students diagnosed as learning disabled. Provision of framework for word attack skills by phonics instruction; Use of Char-L to improve reading skills; Discussion of methodology; Implication of pretests and protests scores.


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