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Abstract Tutors who provide remedial language training to learning-disabled adolescents analyzed videotapes of over one-hundred tutorial sessions, using a protocol which they developed to facilitate recording their observations. The tutors’ purpose was not to conduct a controlled research study;...
Abstract Subjects were 224 elementary, middle, and high school special education students receiving Gillingham tutorial services during the academic year 1983–1984. The majority of students had received prior service. Some of the students were in semi-self-contained classes (nonmainstreamed for...
Abstract The major findings of several research projects that investigated dyslexic college students are summarized in this paper. Consistent findings of these investigations led to the following conclusions. 1) Developmental dyslexia is a syndrome made up of the following four symptoms: slow...
Abstract There are surprisingly few theories of the normal development of literacy that take into account the different cognitive processes underlying reading and spelling skills. The present framework suggests three phases, corresponding to the acquisition of logographic, alphabetic, and,...
Abstract This paper discusses the commonalities and differences in the processing mechanism of analytic reading in the English orthography and the Chinese orthography. Readers of English generally use the phonological processing route, although the morphological aspect should also be emphasized....
Abstract This paper is an interim report on a large-scale survey. The background to the authors’ research into dyslexia is briefly outlined. Next comes an explication of the contrast between “anomaly” and “normal variation.” Some details are then provided of a survey of 12,905 children, age ten,...
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