Learning to read is an essential skill for children, especially those with developmental language delays. It helps them understand written language, improves communication, and supports their overall development and academic success.
When students face challenges in reading, it's natural for teachers and parents to feel overwhelmed. However, as we gain greater insight into reading and the specific difficulties at hand, a sense of reassurance emerges. With this understanding, we can navigate the journey with confidence, providing effective support and fostering growth for the students.
Developing phonemic awareness offers the valuable ability to hear, identify, and manipulate the individual sounds within words, unlocking the door to enhanced reading and language skills.
In a one-on-one learning environment, students have the advantage of learning at a pace that aligns with their individual abilities and facilitates their progress.
Learning to read at any age opens doors to new knowledge, personal growth, and expanded opportunities.