Dr Kathryn Garforth with Debbie 'Dyslexia and Phonics...'

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Dr Kathryn Garforth with Debbie 'Dyslexia and Phonics...'

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Many thanks to Dr Kathryn Garforth from Canada who invited me to talk about 'Dyslexia and Phonics Instruction'. Kathryn then kindly uploaded our recorded discussion to youtube so others can watch if interested...
Dyslexia and Phonics Instruction

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szHrHC9ZcXU&t=185s

The recording is just less than an hour but includes plenty of food for thought - I think it is worth watching for anyone with an interest in this topic.

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See https://alphabeticcodecharts.com for many variations of free Alphabetic Code Charts.

See https://syntheticphonics.com for the audio-visual version of the Alphabetic Code.

See https://debbiehepplewhitehandwriting.com for free Alphabet and handwriting resources.

See this page for our latest training alternatives:

https://phonicsintervention.org/tutoring-uk/
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Dr Kathryn Garforth contributed to the very important Right to Read Inquiry in Ontario, Canada.

She generously invites guests to join her in recorded discussions. The recording below is the second discussion we shared in April 2022 - this time linking the Right to Read inquiry findings and recommendations with my contribution of 'Food for Thought' regarding evaluation of phonics programmes and practices:


https://right2readinitiative.com/food-f ... t-phonics/

You can learn about the Right to Read initiative via this thread at the International Foundation for Effective Reading Instruction:

https://iferi.org/iferi_forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1436
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