“Students with dyslexia and other disabilities benefit from reading text while listening to a narrator. This is not the only instructional strategy needed to build reading competence, but it helps bridge a common gap. For students who struggle with decoding letters, their skill slows when it comes to deriving meaning from text, acquiring vocabulary, and becoming fluent readers.
Why Audiobooks? Working together, reading print while hearing those words read aloud can aid word recognition, vocabulary exposure, and decoding skill, says AIM-VA partner Learning Ally…Teachers should select those instructional techniques that minimize high frustration and that increase their joy when reading.”
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