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Time Infographic: How the Brain Reads Words

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This graphic from Time Magazine breaks down the process of reading and explains briefly what happens in the brain that results in dyslexia. Use your mouse to roll over parts of the left hemisphere of the brain to find out about the three-part process that our brains use to decode words. Learn a little about phonemes, word analysis, and how skilled readers read.

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