Answer/Quote: “Consistently cause students to visualize information.” P. 833.
Quote: “As you read aloud to students, have them create images.” P. 834.
Quote: “When students review material or prepare for a quiz, guide them to recall the picture they previously created.” P. 834.
Quote: “Remember to apply these visualization strategies to expository as well as narrative material.” P. 834.
Comment: The idea of visualization also applies to spelling. Harry Shefter in Six Minutes a Day to Perfect Spelling,” shows how to “blow up” or enlarge the “trouble spot” in a word that is usually misspelled (“arGUMent) and then adds a silly association to complete the visualization: “Never chew GUM in an arGUMent.” RayS.
Title: “Neurolinguistic Application to the Remediation of Reading Problems.” DG Arnold and B Swaby. The Reading Teacher (May 1984), 831-834.