New research from the US has uncovered parallels in language-processing by two groups of children with hearing issues, and children with dyslexia.
The study at Ohio State University looks at the links between hearing and language skills (children with cochlear implants, and children with dyslexia).
Importantly, this study showed both groups of children to experience similar patterns of language-processing. The results may cause traditional teaching of phonemes to alter in favour of mixed language-teaching approaches.
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