Fixing reading and spelling problems 2. Practice. | John Bald

Not every detail of teaching can be established by research, and not all research consists of expensive, randomised controlled trials, not least because, in education, a double-blind trial is impossible – the teacher needs to know what he or she is doing. The following points are derived from a combination of research and practical experience in applying and modifying its conclusions. They are offered on the basis of another old, scientific principle,that of replication. If they help you in your teaching, please let me know.

1. Phonics are the basis of reading in English, but they do not…

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