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Teaching Adults to Read Braille Using Phonological Methods: Single-Case Studies — JVIB Abstract

Abstract: Four women with visual impairments were taught 13 braille letters as phonemes and another 13 braille letters as graphemes and then were taught 10 braille words as onset-rime and another 10 braille words as whole words. Phoneme and onset-rime instruction resulted in faster and more accurate performance.


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