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Tips and Tidbits for Teachers: A Brief Potpourri of Suggestions

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Tips and Tidbits for Teachers: A Brief Potpourri of Suggestions

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--Our Dyslexia Society of Connecticut Board of Directors has knowledge and talented members (some of whom are parents of awesome children with special needs). If you need help in an area of teaching and are not sure what the best resource is, contact us!

--For teachers struggling to address issues in written language, Cynthia Johnson’s articles about the amazing series, Writing Skills: Diana Hanbury King, may be helpful. The series itself will definitely help. We who teach and we who parent know how challenging written language is— actually, for all of us. Available at: https://eps.schoolspecialty.com/EPS/media/Site- Resources/Downloads/research-papers/series/WS_research.pdf?ext=.pdf

--Here is another useful article about a topic we struggle with: What Is Syntax? (Retrieved on 12/28/2018) https://linguisticsforteachersofells.weebly.com/syntax-in-the-classroom.html

--Students of ALL ages may need phonemic awareness activities! One excellent source is Equipped for Reading Success, available at: https://equippedforreadingsuccess.com/

--Older students catching up on phonemic awareness, phonics, and vocabulary seem to do better when sequential, multisensory strategies are integrated with decodable and leveled text. With short term memory issues, these students are able to make connections more easily when they immediately apply what they are learning to actual text.