How did you teach yourself or these children (maybe your own or the ones you came in contact as a teacher/volunteer) how to read with this learning disability?
I was volunteering fixing an elementary school and then teaching children and my group was to teach children how to put books' plastic covers from a sheet of plastic so from measuring, cutting till folding the covers. It was just a day's thing, so even though I thought there are better things to teach, but the programme was fixed already.
I had half an hour extra so I asked the children I was teaching, only 2, both were in 5th grade, so about 10 years old, to read. The girl could read quite fast and pronounce the words almost perfectly.
The boy on the other hand mispronounced a lot of words and was quite slow in reading.
I suspect he saw the first syllable and just pronounced the words he heard before, because what he mispronounced were completely different words to what were written.
I want to bring this into the attention of the headmaster but it'd be a more useful suggestion to bring up how to help these children. Plus it's a small school in a village where I suppose the school administrators are already occupied struggling carrying out the regular curriculum, running out the school etc.