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In this episode of The Science of Special Education podcast we talk with Ann Sullivan, author of Phonics for Pupils with Special Education Needs. Ann shares with us the importance of providing all students systematic literacy instruction. She offers some great strategies on how reading lessons can be adapted to make them accessible for students with complex needs, such as students who are non-verbal or have physical challenges. You can find more from Ann Sullivan at her website https://www.phonicsforpupilswithspecialeducationalneeds.com/. You can also follow Ann on twitter @PhonicsforSEN.
Mentioned in this episode:
"Why our Children Can't Read and What We Can Do About It: A Scientific Revolution in Reading" by Diane McGuinness, PhD which can be found at https://a.co/d/4zwQ5Ck
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