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Published: April 20, 2011

Color phonics systems

A method of teaching letter sounds and reading by color-coding vowels and various letter combinations. Originally developed for early elementary education, the system has proved useful in a variety of remedial reading programs, especially with dyslexics. The system uses widely spaced letters, with short vowels printed in red to help children learn to read monosyllabic then polysyllabic words. The red vowels help students distinguish each syllable as a separate sound, and an underlined vowel indicates the accented syllable.
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