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Do you know someone who hates reading? Do you think that is a choice?
1:5 people have Dyslexia. Together, we will ReaDefy the odds.

Readefy Learning creates a community of support and content to help children and adults with dyslexia thrive.

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14/08/2022

"Tell me a word that rhymes with car." (star)

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13/08/2022

"Say the first sound in ride (/r/); sock (/s/); love (/l/)."

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12/08/2022

/z/ /ū/ (zoo)
/sh/ /ǒ/ /p/ (shop)
/h/ /ou/ /s/ (house)

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11/08/2022

"Say snail. Say it again, without the /n/."
"Say fork. Say it again, without the /k/."

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10/08/2022

"Say prank. Say it again, without the /p/."

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09/08/2022

"Say meat. Say it again, without the /m/."
"Say safe. Say it again, without the /f/."

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08/08/2022

"Change the /j/ in cage to /n/.
Change the /ā/ in cane to /ō/."

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07/08/2022

"Say the word slowly while you tap the sounds."
b-a-ck
ch-ee-se
C-l-ou-d

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06/08/2022

"Say the word as you move a chip for each sound."
sh-e
m-a-n
l-e-g

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05/08/2022

Show sequences of single phonemes with colored blocks: /s/ /s/ /f/; /z/ /sh/ /z/.

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04/08/2022

"Which two words rhyme:
stair, steel, chair?”

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03/08/2022

"Seven silly snakes sang songs seriously."

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02/08/2022

NEXT, we will go through some specific synthesis of several research reviews and summaries (Adams et al., 1998; Gillon, 2004; Goswami, 2000; Paulson, 2004; Rath, 2001) that ties specific ages to the typical accomplishment of those phonological awareness tasks.

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01/08/2022

Segment and produce the initial sound, then the final and middle sounds (e.g., "What sound does zoo start with?"; "Say the last sound in milk"; "Say the vowel sound in rope").
Blend sounds into words (e.g., "Listen: /f/ /ē/ /t/. Say it fast").
Segment the phonemes in two- or three-sound words, moving to four- and five- sound words as the student becomes proficient (e.g., "The word is eyes. Stretch and say the sounds: /ī/ /z/").

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31/07/2022

Enjoy and recite learned rhyming words or alliterative phrases in familiar storybooks or nursery rhymes.

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30/07/2022

You will never speak to anyone more than you speak to yourself in your head, be kind to yourself.

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29/07/2022

Follow our developments of Phonological Skills, coming NEXT!

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28/07/2022

Don’t worry that they aren’t reading important literature, the important thing is to get them reading…whatever it is, even magazines, on the ipad, etc. Eventually, they will pick up other types of books.

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27/07/2022

Once children learn to read, even a little, let them read ANYTHING. If they like comic books, get them comic books.

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26/07/2022

Phonological skills develop in a predictable progression. This concept is important, as it provides the basis for sequencing teaching tasks from easy to more difficult.

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25/07/2022

Use outlines and multiple drafts. When organization and expression are still difficult, a student with dysgraphia may wish to make an outline that organizes ideas in a clear manner. Working in multiple drafts means there is less pressure or stress for getting something right on the first try. It’s also a more natural approach to writing. Reviewing previous information and re-writing and adapting to ensure a reader can follow a train of thought are habits found in good writers.

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24/07/2022

Brainstorm ideas before writing. When composition is affected at the phrase, sentence and paragraph level, it is often because there is difficulty in translating information and organizing it on paper. It can help to access prior knowledge of a topic and brainstorm ideas before you begin as this activates them in the brain and helps you prepare for writing.

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23/07/2022

Recite word spelling out loud. Spelling can sometimes be challenging because dysgraphia affects orthographic encoding or translating words into their component letters. Spelling out loud is not affected, therefore individuals should complete spelling quizzes verbally and recite a word’s spelling quietly to themselves before attempting to write it down.

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22/07/2022

We had lots of educational toys that encourage reading, including letter tiles and magnetic letter. I posted cards with words on them all over the house, labeling everything.

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21/07/2022

Listen to audiobooks in the car. Read text to your children that are above their reading level.

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18/07/2022

Dysgraphia is a brain-based learning disability that affects writing.

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02/07/2022

Good diagnostics are used to determine where the child is breaking down. Looking at the child's phonemic awareness development is crucial.


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01/07/2022

A quick phonics screener or individualized phonemic awareness test will help you design individualized intervention.

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