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Moment of Insight: Using “Time Bursts” to Help a Child Learn to Read

Expert Corner blog post by The Understood Team
Nov 19, 2014

Linda Reddy

“What accommodations can my 12-year-old daughter get at school to help with her reading?”

Expert Linda Reddy answered this question in the recent Experts Live Chat, Reading Issues & Dyslexia Basics. Reddy focused on the use of time. She suggested using “time bursts” of reading—and frequent breaks—to make learning to read more enjoyable. Watch this video to see what else Reddy had to say.

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