Literacy Through Symbols: Improving Access for Children and Adults
Symbols are used widely to help children and adults with literacy difficulties. Their use ranges from helping children who have difficulties learning to spell, through to children and adults who are not able to use traditional text as a means of reading and self-expression.
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Two Principles of pictorial symbols
Three Uses of symbols
Four Starting to use symbols
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