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Calgary Reads 15 Oct 10
Music - rhythm (not melody) reveals improved phoneme use in children. ~
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Southwest Elementary 9 Jun 17
Take note if u want ur young child to be a good reader. Put em in ur lap and read!
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Heidi Gioia 16 Aug 16
From : our brains are a beatiful example of open architecture
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Emily Gasperlin 18 Jan 14
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Shannon Jan 14
Per , there will be no word deserts here.
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Kathie Sedwick 16 Mar 12
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APS Elementary ELA Aug 10
An expanding sense of “other” changes who we are, and, most importantly for children, what we imagine we can be.”
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Tigroto 6 Feb 18
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S. Dyer 22 Oct 15
Previewed by looking at the diagrams. Excited about what I'll learn in this book.
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Jen Charnish-Currie Dec 16
Mulling over the distinct neurological structures developed by alphabet vs logographic and mixed linguistic systems, and its implication for ELL language aquisition.
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Oxfam Kings Heath Aug 13
A book about the science of reading? Yes please, our bookish hearts are all a-flutter!
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Shannon 8 Mar 18
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Alex Frazier 13 Oct 15
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Crystal Marie 22 Jan 13
You'd think the Chinese & Japanese speaking brains would look more similar since Japanese borrows from Chinese p62
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[Tim.Bouma] Oct 17
"The alphabet is the most profound invention of human kind. It embodies the insight that a word can be represented by a finite set of sounds which in turn can be represented by a finite set of symbols"
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Najma Finlay 12 Jan 13
So rare to see someone reading book you have worked on. Lady next to me at hairdressers reading Amazing book
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Mary Turos 23 Jun 11
Planning to reread 's . Fun reading about the "reading brain"
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Crystal Marie 22 Jan 13
Isn't the best aspect of language the fact that it cannot be controlled?
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Jason Roach 21 Apr 15
Great book to pair with recommended is (). Eloquent even on turning pages.
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Jennifer Ramby 19 Oct 16
"Reading changes our lives, and our lives change our reading."
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