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Because I received so many good questions and comments about my initial Reading Wars video, I wanted to post a quick follow-up to address some of the more common threads.
In this installment of 'From Theory To Practice', I tackle the following questions:
Do people ever read in whole words?
From where did the whole word reading theory originate from?
Where does reading comprehension fit into this discussion?
What about logographic scripts (like Mandarin Chinese) – do they follow the same rules as alphabetic scripts?
Give it a watch, and let me know what you think in the YT comments section.
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Hello everybody. Last week I released a video exploring the difference between phonics and whole word reading, and since then I've received a lot of great questions from you all.
I love to see that you're thinking about and really engaging with these ideas!
In fact, some of the questions I got were so good that I thought I'd make this short follow-up video to piece them together and share those answers with everyone here …
Coming soon ...
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