D.I.S.S.E.C.T. A Reading Strategy That Works. Rationale.
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A Reading Strategy That Works
http://people.uwec.edu/ROBERSEA/edmt380/design_print.pdfThis PDF document offers an outline of DISSECT which is a word identification strategy that is an effective tool to reduce common oral reading errors made by adolescent readers with learning problems.
http://www3.mpls.k12.mn.us/stserv/alc/curriculummap.pdfDISSECT word identification strategy is research based for students with reading disabilities to become proficient readers by learning to decode multisyllabic words.
http://www.sedl.org/cgi-bin/mysql/buildingreading.cgi?showrecord=21&l=descriptionDISSECT is mnemonic device to help students decode unknown words during reading of content area texts.
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