What do older primary aged dyslexic pupils do when they are faced with texts at school that are too difficult for them to read independently? The answer, based on findings from the author’s research, is that they develop damaging coping strategies and operate on the margins of the classroom community. This book is full of practical advice that will help SENCOs, teachers and assistants to support dyslexic pupils in ways that promote effective learning and ensure inclusion. All the main types of classroom reading encountered are covered, including on-screen texts that are becoming such an integral part of the 21st century school experience.
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