Comment on How To Get Students Excited About Vocabulary Learning: 5 Creative Ideas by Carol Eason Tutoring.

I teach dyslexic students. I have read that some students require 40 repetitions to learn a phoneme.

In advertising, I’ve heard that you hear something for 7 times before you really \hear’ or pay attention to it – 7 more times before you believe it, 7 more before you are willing to act on it —

Also for my students, recalling a key word for a phoneme is key because we remember and recall a picture more easily than ‘letters’ on a page.

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