There are a vast number of instructional strategies for teaching students with dyslexia, but successful approaches all share a few key components including, a high degree of structure, intensive and explicit instruction, and a low student to teacher ratio. Additionally, most research-backed strategies fall into one of two categories: programs that target phonological awareness, and programs that target orthographic pattern recognition and morphology. Numerous studies on phonological awareness training and orthographic pattern recognition training have showed positive results. However, more research is needed to understand why some children fail to make significant gains even with intensive intervention, and what factors determine whether reading gains after intervention will be sustained or lost.
Winkler, Carlea A.
"Effective Interventions for Improving Reading Accuracy and Fluency in Children with Dyslexia,"
Scholarship and Engagement in Education: Vol. 1
, Article 2.
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