Visual Reading

Visual Reading

 While most children will naturally learn to read using a phonics-based approach, some students, including many dyslexics will struggle with a phonics-based approach. 

 For many of these students, a visual reading strategy is more appropriate. 

Visual reading replaces the decoding process with visual recognition. This not only makes reading easier and more fun, it speeds up the reading process by up to 600%.

To learn more about visual reading strategies, see
Cracking the Dyslexia Code.

  • Tags: Dyslexia, education, reading

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