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With increased academic demands, problems tend to surface. 5 for additional information on signs and symptoms of problems that are common in dyslexia and other learning disabilities. 4 Decades of Research: What We Now Know About Dyslexia During the past twenty-five years, scientists in the field of reading have done extensive research on how children learn to read, who is at risk of developing reading problems, and interventions for those who struggle with reading. The findings have helped shed light on some causes of dyslexia and have helped define effective instruction and programs for preventing and remediating reading impairment.
Wilson Reading System, by Barbara Wilson, designed for students in grades 2–12, is a complete curriculum for teaching decoding and spelling, beginning with phoneme segmentation. Instruction includes sight word instruction, fluency, vocabulary, oral expressive language, and comprehension. com. Other Research-Based Programs The programs in this list have been validated by research as effective interventions for struggling readers. Corrective Reading, by Gary Johnson and Zig Engleman, provides intensive intervention for children in grades 4–12 who read below grade level (general or special education).
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