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Tag Archives: literacy

“Just sound it out.” “Say what?” Reading 101 is for babies.

Reading is for teens and young adults with ADHD and Autism (ASD). Now it inclues special education, learning disabilities, and content-area reading.  Decoding is the letter-sound relation used to pronounce written words. It’s contention regarding decoding interventions. Some focus on translating print into speech by rapidly matching letters. Others find the key in the combination […]

ADHD Literacy: Talking about Talking

Let’s Talk!  Wait, we want students with ADHD to stop talking.  Here’s why they should. Let’s define 21st Century literacy.  In the past, it was simply made up of reading and writing.  Now it’s grown to include listening and speaking too. Oral literacy and speaking skills are important in order to convey personal needs and […]