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- dyslexia-friendly edition
New research has demonstrated that a simple text manipulation can reduce the phenomenon known as migration (letters or words seeming to move) and lead to improved comprehension when reading narrative text for students with delayed-visual-disengagement dyslexia. When students read aloud from this adjusted text, compared to normal text, they made fewer mispronunciations, fewer omissions, fewer substitutions and fewer migrations and thus scored higher on standardised tests of comprehension. Crossbridge Books is the first publisher to publish books using this adjusted text.Close the window Stefan (dyslexia-friendly edition) is published in this format. The content is suitable for children aged 11 upwards and particular appealing to boys (young and old) who are often those who struggle to learn to read with conventional text and also often prefer fact over fiction. This is the true story of a boy's experience of war-time Germany under the Hitler regime. Aged just nine at the outbreak, he experienced the blanket bombing by the RAF being exposed to the grim realities of war. He was evacuated away from the city and found himself living on a farm close to the border with France where he made friends with prisoners of war. By the time he was fourteen many of his friends had already been sent to the frontline while he was evacuated yet again, this time east into the mountains.Show more
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