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AN INVESTIGATION OF PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS SKILLS OF LEARNERS WITH READING DISORDERS IN CLASS SIX IN SELECTED SCHOOLS IN NAIROBI COUNTY

@inproceedings{Orago2015ANIO,
  title={AN INVESTIGATION OF PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS SKILLS OF LEARNERS WITH READING DISORDERS IN CLASS SIX IN SELECTED SCHOOLS IN NAIROBI COUNTY},
  author={Stephen Ochieng' Orago},
  year={2015}
}
This study set out to investigate the phonological awareness skills of learners with reading disability. When one is considered a normal reader, he or she does not encounter much difficulty in reading and understanding texts. There are, however, children who have problems with phoneme identification and thus do not read well and they also have difficulties in comprehending texts. These learners should be identified and be assisted so that they can proceed with their learning lives. This study… Expand
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