Development of reading and phonological skills of children at family risk for dyslexia: a longitudinal analysis from kindergarten to sixth grade.

@article{Dandache2014DevelopmentOR,
  title={Development of reading and phonological skills of children at family risk for dyslexia: a longitudinal analysis from kindergarten to sixth grade.},
  author={Sophie Dandache and Jan Wouters and Pol Ghesqui{\`e}re},
  journal={Dyslexia},
  year={2014},
  volume={20 4},
  pages={305-29}
}
The main focus of this article is to develop a better understanding of the developmental trajectories of literacy and phonological skills within Dutch-speaking children. Children at high and low risk for dyslexia were followed and compared at four different moments: kindergarten and first, third and sixth grades. Three groups were then compared: (1) dyslexic readers; (2) normal readers at high risk for dyslexia; and (3) normal readers at low risk for dyslexia. Children diagnosed with dyslexia… CONTINUE READING
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