How the brain learns david a sousa on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers apply the newest brain research to enhance all students learning educational neuroscience consultant david a sousa continues his tradition of translating new findings into effective classroom strategies and activities in this updated version of his bestselling text. During reading acquisition our brain circuitry recycles several of its pre existing visual and auditory areas in order to reorient them to the processing of letters and phonemes. His newest book how the brain learns to read explores what scientists have uncovered about reading and provides many suggestions for achieving reading success in the k 12 classroom in 1992 dr sousa was president of the national staff development council. Information and tips from how the brain learns to read by david sousa alphabetic principle the human brain is not born with the insight to make sound to letter connections nor does it develop naturally without instruction p 37. Our brain at birth does not have areas or neuro circuits especially designated for reading learning to read alters the cerebral architecture and generates new connections in areas which before learning this new skill did not communicate with each other
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