WHICH LEARN TO READ METHOD IS SUITABLE FOR MY CHILD?
There are evidence-based research shows that when children with Down Syndrome learn to read, they show
a) good visual skills
b) deficits in phonological awareness and
c) a profile of stronger word recognition than decoding skills.
This profile has led some to advocate the use of ‘whole-word’ strategies for teaching these children to read.
Nevertheless, there are also studies have demonstrated that children with Down Syndrome benefit from reading instruction which targets phonological awareness and reading skills.
So how do we decide which intervention is suitable for each child?
The answer is “If a child cant learn the way we teach we must teach in a way the child can learn”
There is no one size fits all approach for all children. There is only the most suitable method for each different children. Because all children is UNIQUE.
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