Why most beginning readers are taught to guess at words — And how that holds them back
Many educators now accept the overwhelming evidence behind phonics instruction. But they often don't realize that by simultaneously teaching children to guess at words, they may be doing damage that's hard to reverse. Last year, journalist Emily Hanford delved into the widespread misunderstanding in the education world about the best way to teach reading.
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