Hearing phonics

25th April 1997 at 01:00
I refer to a letter (TES, April 4) which commented (quite reasonably) that if good phonic awareness is a prerequisite for a high standard of literacy, then hearing-impaired children would be disadvantaged.

In fact hearing-impaired children often do lag behind their hearing peers in literacy skills.

C SANDERSON 184 Mill Lane Hastings, East Sussex

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