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Sonya Summey
This is helpful
Fri May 29, 2015 20:30

I had the same question and I think that this is a great start on explaining it. It makes since that if a child with ASD who is used to memorizing patterns and shapes that it would be difficult to read words that have never been seen before. I would think this is making them think more than just what the word looks like, but also having to think through the sounds and phonemes that takes them longer to process because it may seem a little more abstract.

  • Somewhat answering your question - Jordan Seagraves, Fri May 29 18:19
    I don't know exactly the answer to your question, but maybe I can provide some thought and someone else will help out and we can figure it out. Reasoning for why students with ASD do not have good... more
    • This is helpful - Sonya Summey, Fri May 29 20:30
    • Thanks for the resource! - brawleyeo, Fri May 29 18:24
      Thanks for the resource! It was helpful! I agree with you (and the website you linked) about the difficulty stemming from not having had the chance to rehearse those words yet.
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