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  • The Science Of Dyslexia

    discoveries on dyslexia are considering the condition with a new approach, not just as impairment, but also as an advantage and mainly in specific scientific and artistic fields. Dyslexia is a disorder that involves many parts that science does not reveal everything about it yet; however, there is a series of brilliant studies that have presented that many dyslexic people have unique insightful capacities. As an illustration, there are two scientists who have presented a mounting body of proof that dyslexic people have "sharper peripheral vision than others" (Paul 5). The cognitive scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Mr. Geiger and Mr. Lettvin deliver a remarkable attestation of the scientific truth that the…

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  • What Is Dyslexia?

    Dyslexia What is dyslexia? Children with dyslexia have difficulty deciphering, reading, and understanding reading information; these in turn cause them to have difficulty with reading and writing tasks. (Cordón, 2005; Sternberg, 2009). Dyslexia is a learning disability (LD). It is characterized by a considerable difference between an individual’s general intelligence and his/her language skills, typically affecting academically performance, (Slap, 2001). A common myth is that children with…

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  • Dyslexia Issues

    such as dyslexia in universities are a principal representative of the students recognized as possessing SpLDs in the general national…

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  • Strengths Of Dyslexia

    and the most common is dyslexia. Dyslexia is a condition that alters the way the brain measures reading comprehension, writing, spelling, and even speaking. Many know this as the reading disorder because it commonly used to describe someone who has difficulty reading. This is because of a complication with sounds and how they express letters and words. Sometimes pronouncing just one word can…

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  • Essay On Dyslexia

    Foreign Language “Dyslexia” is the most recognizable term in the field of learning disabilities. Typically, it is associated with a child’s lack of ability to read. There is much interest in figuring out how to “treat” Dyslexia through specific practice of techniques for developing and improving the reading skills of children. A very common misconception with the term “Dyslexia” is that the parents and other relatives of these children, who have this, think it’s a cause for the child’s…

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  • Dyslexia Personal Narrative

    they are way to small to ever realize or significant enough to alter the way one can be educated. The learning disability I faced was dyslexia. The start of my education did not go as smooth as most. Learning to read and wright seamed immensely harder for me then the other kids. All the kids in my class seemed to just acquire the ability. They needed no extra tooters or one on one help, for me however, I was the exact opposite. No matter how hard I worked I just felt myself falling farther and…

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  • Dyslexia Research Paper

    Dyslexia is an inherited condition that makes it extremely difficult to read, write, and spell in your native language, despite having an at least average intelligence. Dyslexia is very common, but has only been talked about in recent years. It was 1878 when German neurologist, Adolph Kussmaul, first used the phrase “word blindness” describing what we know as dyslexia today. The word dyslexia was first used by Rudolf Berlin of Stuttgart, Germany, in 1887 to describe the inability to read. In…

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  • Informative Essay On Dyslexia

    know someone with dyslexia? Dyslexia is a learning disability. This is a disability that you come in this world with. When you or someone has dyslexia it means that you have trouble with reading, writing, and spelling and sometimes with talking. You have some famous people who had dyslexia. First of all, dyslexia can be inherited. You can get it from a family member and it can be more than one person in the family to have dyslexia. It occurs in both children and adults. When you have problems…

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  • Reflective Essay On Dyslexia

    can say it was more like a battle. Stumbling over words while reading aloud to the class, shortcoming of vocabulary in essays or just everyday conversations and not to mention the excessive amount of time it took me to comprehend a story. Having to read the page over and over just to earn a grasp of what was going on in the story. Not to mention trying to retain the information I had just read seconds before. All things pointed to, you guessed it, Dyslexia. What I thought at the time was an…

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  • Dyslexia In The Classroom: A Case Study

    Dyslexia is a learning disorder that impedes the student’s ability to read and comprehend a text. Individuals with dyslexia struggles with phonemic awareness, in which they fail to recognize the way words break down according to sound. EBP shows that the best way to treat individuals with dyslexia is by facilitating mastery and competence. It is an intervention in which the OT practitioner or the teacher adjusts/break down tasks, introduce small chunks of reading, and gradually progress into…

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