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Sure, his book Why Johnny Can't Read was a bestseller in 1956; and this second one on the same theme was a big bestseller in 1981. But Flesch was trying to save the country from what he viewed as a plague; and in that he did not succeed. He died depressed, thinking that the promoters of Whole Word had won. Indeed, this actually reached its peak around 1995, almost a decade after Flesch died
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He argues, quite convincingly, that the ''Why Johnny Can't Read'' movement fueled by Rudolf Flesch is responsibile in part for why the teaching of. .He asks five questions on the final page of the book
He argues, quite convincingly, that the ''Why Johnny Can't Read'' movement fueled by Rudolf Flesch is responsibile in part for why the teaching of reading is still in such trouble in the United States. It's those who want a phonetic approach he condemns as being unrealistic - flying in the face of the fact that so little of standard English is phonetic; that is, that it spells as it sounds. His solution? Reading aloud to children who follow along silently looking at the text. He asks five questions on the final page of the book. They are worth repeating: ''Isn't the most important task of elementary education the teaching of reading? ''Don't we have an exceedingly difficult spelling (writing) system?
Dr. Sharp, The REAL Reason Why Johnny Still Can't Read, 1982, page 25). "If we know the sounds of a word (in English) we can't know how to spell it; if we know the spelling, we can't know how to pronounce i. (Otto Jespersen, philologist, Essentials of English Grammar.
Dr. (Otto Jespersen, philologist, Essentials of English Grammar, 1905, page 11). "One cannot tell how to spell an English word by its pronunciation or how to pronounce it by its spelling. There is a faint slain to the outside bottom page edges & a bit of a mustiness, but otherwise, the book is completely clean inside, binding strong & straight, pages white. NO highlighting, NOT ex-lib. Published by Exposition-Phoenix Press, Incorporated. ISBN 10: 0682497711 ISBN 13: 9780682497718. DJ is nearly flawless with just a tad of rubbing to all corners.
Dyslexia means difficulty reading for any reason, despite normal . Reading is a real problem if you can't hear the differences between sounds and set up the template," says Tallal, who estimates that 80 percent o.
Dyslexia means difficulty reading for any reason, despite normal intelligence and education, and not just because you reverse letters - seeing "b" as "d" and "saw" as "was. The problem seems to lie in a part of the brain that acts as an auditory relay station (diagram). If a child cannot properly hear stop consonants, he cannot construct a mental dictionary that keeps track of what letters sound like. Reading is a real problem if you can't hear the differences between sounds and set up the template," says Tallal, who estimates that 80 percent of dyslexics have this anomaly.
The book was entitled Why Johnny Can’t Read. It became a best-seller and rankled the entire education establishment. In it Flesch explained why so many children in American schools were having such a difficult time learning to read. He wrote: The teaching of reading - all over the United States, in all the schools, and in all the textbooks - is totally wrong and flies in the face of all logic and common sense.
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