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“The Cue to Reading” Series (Article 2): Cueing Into a Problem / The Most Important Cueing System in Reading

August 3, 2011

What Is The Most Important Cueing System In Reading? When I ask this question in training sessions (typically for highly experienced teachers), the response from 90% of them is, “Visual!” Then, I open my PowerPoint and display this message: I cdnuolt blveiee taht I cluod aulaclty uesdnatnrd waht I was rdgnieg. It is the phaonmneal…

“The Cue to Reading” Series (Article 1): The Three Cueing Systems of Reading

August 3, 2011

Zimulis. What is this word? How do you say it? How would it fit in a sentence? What is it describing? Do you have ANY ideas? Does this help…“I misplaced my trusty zimulis”? Now you know that a zimulis is a noun. Whatever it is, it’s “trusty,” so maybe it is some type of electronic…

Introduction to “The Cue to Reading” Series

August 3, 2011

  My son, Mark, was diagnosed with dyslexia two weeks ago. As you may have read in previous articles, we had some struggles with his principal and reading teachers and had to pull him from a school that we otherwise loved (with a “main” classroom teacher that we adored and who adored Mark). Mark started…

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