Multisensory Structured Language Instruction for Dyslexia

"Students with ‪‎dyslexia‬ need multisensory structured language‬ (MSL) instruction. This means that ‪‎teaching‬ techniques are explicit, direct, cumulative, intensive, focused on the structure of language, and coordinating the use of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic–tactile pathways simultaneously to enhance memory and ‪learning‬ of written language. Connections are consistently reinforced between the symbols the‪ ‎student‬ sees, the sounds the student hears, and the actions they can feel."

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