The clip above says:
It is simply not true that there are hundreds of ways to learn to read... when it comes to reading we all have roughly the same brain that imposes the same constraints and the same learning sequence. (Dehaene)
I saw the
clip above on Twitter by anna rz-karwowska
Her profile says she is a translator//ESL_teacher/CELTA/TESOL/MEd/literacy
for all researcher.
another case of so-called educators who mislead other readers. They copy-paste what they see without thinking.
Is there only one way to learn to read? NO! Of course not.
Twitted as follows:
Michel @luqmanmichel May 4
Does anyone know how children learn to read?
rz-karwowska @annarzepeckaka1 Replying to @luqmanmichel and @Tiff_Seaman
Yes. There is a plethora of cognitive science, you can see it
at MRI. What I cannot understand is why America and Canada re so invested in
balanced literacy. You don’t learn how to play tennis by watching Wimbledon.
Wow! Do you have MRI that shows you how children learn to
read? I would appreciate it if you show me one.
AND are there no students who can read under Balanced
Are 100% of kids using phonics able to read after a year of
Sigh, around 35 % of students will learn to read regardless
of the instruction. Look up Dehaene’s Books or any of his research papers
response is evasive and does not answer my question.
determined how 35% learn to read regardless of the instruction?
If 35% learn
to read under BL and phonics, then why condemn BL?
If 35% learn to read regardless of the instruction then it means that there is more than one way to learn to read.
in any way as long as they learn to read.
Anna, I don't know about the % but I do know that many kids
learn to read regardless of the instruction. Thank goodness for that. A
majority of kids are confused and learn to read in later grades by using
patterns and analogies.
You have not answered any one of the 3 questions asked. Are
there MRI scans showing how kids read? NO.
Read my post at https://dyslexiafriend.com/2022/03/dehaene-how-brain-learns-to-read.html
on 'How the brain reads' by Dehaene and please comment on my post for the
benefit of other readers.
I told you to read Dehaene’s book.
I have listened to many of his videos and articles.
You made a statement and I am asking you for a response. It
is very irresponsible to Tweet anything you yourself cannot substantiate.
I did. I Will not spoon-free it to you.
Do your research, do not expect the
knowledge to be handed on a silver plate.
another example of 'Facts do not change minds'.
Read my post
on the backfire effect here.
believe in 'First do no harm'. Link.