Planting the Seeds of language™
Reading disability and the brain by Shaywitz(2003)
indicates that for print material to be recognized in the mind, it must be converted from the linguistic code. ... "the phonetic code, the only code recognized and accepted by the language system."
"To break the code, ... readers must develop phonemic awareness... that words come apart into smaller pieces of sound."
Proof that #FrenchSounds makes a difference in developing lifelong reading acquisition through segmenting and blending phonemes.
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"It is through phonemic identification that children will obtain greater success
and develop a love of reading. " (Lyon, 1995). Juel (1988).
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