#026 Phonological Weakness: The Road Block For Successful Reading

Reading scientists, cognitive neuroscientists and educational psychologists all agree that Phonological weakness is the most common blocker for reading success. 

According to researchers, at least 80 percent of all poor readers demonstrate a weakness in phonological awareness and/or phonological memory. Readers with phonological processing weaknesses also tend to be the poorest spellers. 

So join me in Episode #26 and learn many practical strategies that teachers can use to ensure they are giving their learners the best start to becoming successful readers.

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