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Volume 26, Issue 3 (1997)

Myths and Realities About Words and Literacy

pp. 425—436

Abstract: Six myths about beginning and developing reading instruction are examined and debunked. The importance of teaching phonological awareness and decoding in beginning reading and of teaching syllable patterns and morpheme patterns from Anglo-Saxon, Greek, and Latin roots and affixes in developing reading is discussed.

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