What is it, how does it work, and why should you try it

Sometimes words have more than one mouthful.


Divisions are determined by linguistics and not orthographics.


Multi-syllable words can be blended into chunks and then blended into words.


There are dominant chunks,


There are weak vowel sounds,


There are special endings like ‘tion’ and ‘ing’.




For more information see:  “The Reading Reflex” pages 293 to 336.

Carla Nowell 

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High Bridge NJ 08829


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