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Remedial Training for Children with Specific Disability in Reading, Spelling, and Penmanship Hardcover – 1960
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An early edition of this still used method. The Gillingham method may be used with individuals or small groups. In this multisensory phonics tech- nique, students first learn the sounds of letters, and then build these letter-sounds into words. Students use visual, auditory, and kinesthetic associations to help themselves remember the concepts in three differ- ent ways: for example, if their visual memory of a let- ter is weak, the feel of writing the letter or saying it aloud can assist their recall. The manual covers reading and spelling (including a history of the English language that helps explain some of the curious spellings and pronunciations), training for older students, acquiring familiarity with sound symbols (letters and letter combinations), spelling patterns and generalizations, handwriting, and dictionary technique.
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