The Many Facets Of Dyslexia
Dyslexia is a very specific learning disability that affects many people across the world. It is characterized by processing difficulties in reading. Poor spelling and decoding are two other traits of this condition. The principal cause is phonological processing. This kind of processing is not visual and it is not based on cognitive ability either. It is not based on the intelligence of the person. Reading instruction needs to be very direct and cumulative and systematic.
Reading instruction must be direct, intensive, systematic cumulative. Reading is a life skill.

Key Takeaways:

Dyslexia is a very specific kind of learning disability that makes word recognition quite hard.
People who have dyslexia will experience poor spelling as well as poor decoding.
Dyslexia is a brain condition and it is not the fault of people for having it.


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