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How Does Your Brain Learn To Read?

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Published on Aug 13, 2015

Most Americans learn how to read around the age of 5 but for some it can take much longer, why is it so hard to learn how to read?

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Brain Waves Show Learning to Read Does Not End in 4th Grade http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/...
“Teachers-in-training have long been taught that fourth grade is when students stop learning to read and start reading to learn. But a new study tested the theory by analyzing brain waves and found that fourth-graders do not experience a change in automatic word processing.”

After Learning New Words, Brain Sees Them As Pictures
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/...
“When we look at a known word, our brain sees it like a picture, not a group of letters needing to be processed. That's the finding from a new study that shows the brain learns words quickly by tuning neurons to respond to a complete word, not parts of it.”
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