Computer-Based Phonological Skills Training for Primary Students with Mild to Moderate Dyslexia--A Pilot Study.

@inproceedings{Blythe2006ComputerBasedPS,
  title={Computer-Based Phonological Skills Training for Primary Students with Mild to Moderate Dyslexia--A Pilot Study.},
  author={John M. Blythe},
  year={2006}
}
This pilot study investigated the efficacy of Phonics Alive 2: The Sound Blender, a computer-based phonological skills training program, delivered with both at-home and at-school components over a 10-week period, as a potential treatment of phonological dyslexia. Participants were 20 dyslexic primary students with an average delay of 13 months on a word reading task; 11 months on a reading comprehension task, and 25 months on a pseudoword decoding task. Results indicated significant main and… CONTINUE READING

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