Applying psycholinguistic principles to spelling and word learning
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This article presents a case study to illustrate the application of theory and research to intervention for a child with dyslexia and auditory processing disorder (APD).The use of the speech processing profile developed by Joy Stackhouse and Bill Wells provided a framework for psycholinguistic based intervention for spelling and word learning. Strategies for addressing lexical retrieval/storage difficulties, word learning and spelling within this framework are discussed.
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