Volume 11, Issue 3 (1982)
Reading Problems of Children: The Perspectives of Reading Specialists
Edward J. Poostay, Ira E. Aaron
ABSTRACT: Reading problems are discussed from the perspective of reading specialists. Factors viewed as contributing to reading difficulties include visual and auditory limitations, instructional and environment problems, and emotional difficulties. A hierarchy of word recognition skills is presented. The usefulness and role of diagnosing children learning disabled or dyslexic is examined in the context of planning reading instruction.
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