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Support for Literacy

Phono-Graphix - who needs additional literacy support? An outline of research in Bristol schools., Support for Learning 17 (1), 34-38.; Dias, Katy & Juniper, Lynne (2002)

ABSTRACT: The research described in this article was undertaken in a group of Bristol schools using a variety of teaching methods, including a new approach called Phono-Graphix. Results showed that students taught Phono-Graphix made more progress than the other children. Significantly, none of the children on the Phono-Graphix programme required additional literacy support (ALS) in the following year. This included a range of children initially identified as having special educational needs. Katy Dias and Lynne Juniper consider some of the factors contributing to the success of Phono-Graphix.

The full paper can be found at ref# doi: 10.1111/ 1467-9604.00230