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Lindamood-Bell Reading Process - Symbol Imagery

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Grace Kaprelian

on 1 July 2014

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Transcript of Lindamood-Bell Reading Process - Symbol Imagery

Sensory Imagery:
The Missing Link
in Reading

Lindamood-Bell
Reading Processes

According to Lindamood-Bell, if reading is a cognitive act, then reading instruction should be based on a theory of cognition.
According to Lindamood-Bell, if reading is a cognitive act, then reading instruction should be based on a theory of cognition.
According to Lindamood-Bell,
if reading is a cognitive act,
then reading instruction should
be based on a
theory of cognition
.
Weak
SYMBOL
Imagery
Weak
CONCEPT
Imagery
Imagery and Language Processing Spectrum
SYMPTOMS OF
WEAK
SYMBOL
IMAGERY
Dyslexic behaviors
Slow phonetic processing
Weak spelling
Weak word recognition
Weak visual memory
Weak contextual fluency
SYMPTOMS OF
WEAK
CONCEPT
IMAGERY
Hyperlexic behaviors:
"In one ear and out the other"
Weak Reading Comprehension:
"remembers details rather than whole"
Weak Oral Language Comprehension:
"labeled as poor listeners"
Unorganized written language skills
Weak Oral Language Expression:
talkative but scattered or off-topic
WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?
The ability to
HOLD and COMPARE

an
IMAGE
(a word)
to the
TEXT
leads to:
MONITORING
SELF-CORRECTION
INDEPENDENCE
SHIFT IN THINKING!
NOT JUST TEACHING IN THE TRADITIONAL SENSE!
THESE TECHNIQUES
STIMULATE
THE BRAIN'S ABILITY TO:
CREATE AN
IMAGE

(a word)

HOLD and COMPARE
to the text
What Does This
Look Like
in the Classroom?
Air-Writing Tips
Write "up in air"
Not too small, not too big
Neat, sharp letters
Lowercase
Focus on "shadow effect"
Sensory Input Stimulation
Air-Writing
Letter Manipulation
Error Handling
DRIVE THAT SENSORY BUS!
Word Attack
Word Recognition
Contextual Reading
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