Interactive Computer Support for Improving Phonological Skills
Barbara W. Wise
Richard K. Olson
University of Colorado
A book about beginning literacy usually focuses on children in kindergarten to second grade, yet some children fail to learn to read during these years because of specific reading disabilities. If these children are fortunate, they acquire their fundamental literacy skills later, in remedial programs. Less fortunate children with reading disabilities continue to struggle all their lives with reading, writing, and academic pursuits. The issues in the field of remedial instruction are similar to those in ...