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  • Writer's pictureRuth Tougas

Struggling students' reading problems begin with not learning the sounds of the language correctly!

Poor readers’ problems begin with not learning the sounds of the language correctly.

The sounds of the language are the foundations for learning to read and spell and the problems in learning to read and spell start if the children are taught the sounds of the language incorrectly.

The sounds of the language, English or French, etc., are the basic building blocks of words, the foundations for learning to read that make one word different from one another. For example the words: hat, hot, and hut all differ by the vowel sounds: a, o, u – and mean different things.

Explicit teaching of the sounds of the language is a critical component of effective reading and spelling instruction, therefore teachers should know how to teach them correctly.

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