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by Zvia Breznitz
Author: Zvia Breznitz
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (November 11, 2005)
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Part I explains fluency in reading from both traditional and modern perspectives. Fluency has historically been viewed as the outcome of other reading-related factors and has often been seen as a convenient measure of reading skills
Part I explains fluency in reading from both traditional and modern perspectives. Fluency has historically been viewed as the outcome of other reading-related factors and has often been seen as a convenient measure of reading skills. This book, however, argues that fluency has a strong impact on other aspects of reading and plays a central role in the entire reading process. Part II deals with the determinants of reading fluency. Chief among these is the speed of information processing in the brain.
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The Synchronization Phenomenon. Reading Fluency, Training, and Dyslexia. Conclusion: The Key Role of SOP Within the Orchestration of Reading.
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html Title: Fluency in Reading Subtitle: Synchronization of Processes Author: Zvia Breznitz Published: 2006 Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. D. Department of Physiological and Clinical Psychology, Cath. The author develops her theoretical concept of reading fluency in the course of the 14 book chapters which she assigns to three main parts: (1) Description of word reading fluency, (2) The determinants of word reading fluency, and (3) The ''Sychronization Hypothesis''. Part I: Description of Word Reading Fluency.
Fluency in reading : synchronization of processes, Zvia Breznitz. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-8058-4144-X (cloth : alk. paper) 1. Dyslexia. At the level of causal expla- nation, inaccurate word decoding can be viewed as an outcome of poor word recognition skills (. A large amount of data pointed to the impairment in phonological processing as the source of word reading accuracy (.
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Fluency in Reading Breznitz Taylor&Francis 9780415647823 : This is the first book to examine in-depth the crucial role of the speed of information processing in the brain in determining readin. The book posits a new theory arguing that effective reading requires synchronization of the different brain systems: visual orthographic, l, and semantic. Interventions to enhance fluency and, thereby, reading skills in general are presented in detail.
Fluency in Reading: Synchronization of Processes. Fluency in Reading: Approaches and Definitions. Automaticity in Fluent Reading. Prosody as an Indication of Fluency. Effects of Accelerated Reading Rate on Memory for Text among Dyslexic Readers. The author tested the hypothesis that gains in reading performance occurring among dyslexic children during individually paced accelerated reading are partially attributable to changes in short-term.