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Literacy Skills of Children with Low Vision

Boy uses handheld magnifier to read a line of print.

Literacy Skills of Children with Low Vision (2005)
By Marjolein Gompel

This 134-page Dutch study examines the literacy performance and development of children with low vision in the Netherlands and looks at the extent to which the performance of children with low vision differs from their sighted peers in the development of reading and spelling skills.  It looks at both decoding and reading comprehension skills.

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