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This series of lessons helps explain why learning to read is often more challenging for people who are naturally good at analyzing problems, developing categories and performing detail-oriented tasks.  They tend to be good at math and science, which requires the above-mentioned skills.  Reading instruction often excludes explanations for the many “exceptions” to spelling and pronunciation rules, which are explained on this site.  The instructor provides excellent materials and resources that fill-in the gaps left by traditional teaching methods that cover only some rather than all English words.