California Teachers Association

August 2014

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Members' best practices, teaching ideas and education trends Learning What do phonemes, phonics, morphemes and syntax have in common? THEY'RE USEFUL FOR TEACHING STUDENTS WITH DYSLEXIA. DID YOU KNOW DYSLEXIA IS NOT CAUSED BY VISION PROBLEMS AND DOES NOT CAUSE PEOPLE TO SEE THINGS BACKWARD? CTA MEMBER DAVID FUTTERMAN CLARIFIES COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS AND SHARES STRATEGIES LIKE HOW SOUNDING OUT WORDS CAN HELP STUDENTS SUCCEED. TURN THE PAGE TO FIND HIS ADVICE AND SUGGESTED RESOURCES.

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