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Dyslexia: Best Practices and Strategies for the Early Grades

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Dyslexia is a language-based, neurobiological disorder that causes impairment in the development of basic reading (and often spelling) skills. Early intervention is essential. Students identified as having characteristics of dyslexia need to receive “structured language” instruction – the type of intervention proven over decades of research to be effective in teaching children with dyslexia to read.

This quick-reference guide by Sandra Rief provides an overview of what teachers need to know about dyslexia and the structured language approach. It also shares multisensory instructional strategies for teaching phonological awareness and early literacy word-level reading and writing skills that all teachers (Pre-K through Grade 2) will find beneficial integrating into classroom and Tier 1 small group instruction/intervention. 

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