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I am a dyslexia teacher and work with struggling readers all day, every day. It's hard for them to read but not to think and analyze the text. Our lesson is very explicit and systematic in nature, but when we get to our listening comprehension their demeanour changes. As I read aloud,they get to listen and engage with the text. They have a great time! I feel that at this time, they are excited and proud of their conversations about the text. They feel successful! I want to continue providing them these opportunities and help them understand that their difficulties with reading does not equal failure. 3
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