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As a dual immersion teacher in the Spanish language, I see a dilemma through the years and have wondered how I can help these learners achieve the necessary skills and be on a first grade level by the end of the school year, especially the English native speakers. As Frey and Fisher (2010), states that Letter and word recognition must be further coordinated with the auditory areas of the brain that process the sounds of language and assemble them into meaningful strings. Therefore, the loop of the language processing and language comprehension how Frey and Fisher (2010) calls must be trained to coordinate efficiently. This is where my review of the questions comes forward. After analyzing the literature review and the comments of my peers,
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The literature that I reviewed for this paper demonstrates the effectiveness of teaching reading strategies in the content areas as early as elementary school. This paper, will examine why and how effective elementary content area literacy may help to undo this d... ... middle of paper ... ... heart of a story. Teaching Pre K-8, 66-67. Moss, B. (2005).