DYSLEXIA: INTERVENTIONS AND CLASSROOM SUPPORT

Published: May 07 2020

Intervention sessions for students with dyslexia should occur no less than four days a week and should include variations of seven elements: (1) word work, (2) word identification, (3) maze and cloze work, (4) comprehension, (5) reading practice, (6) fluency work, and (7) writing.

Classroom resources and supports for students who dyslexia should include variation of nine elements: (1) emotional support, (2) audio books, (3) speech-to-text programs, (4) instruction in smaller parts, (5) pause and process time, (6) simplify homework assignments, (7) guided notes or outlines for lectures and reading assignments, (8) assistive technology, (9) peer mediated learning activities