By Gavin Reid
This beneficial, imaginative and sensible advisor presents these operating with dyslexic little ones 100 rules of the way to aid their studying improvement. Lists diversity from choosing the desires of person students and their studying kinds to constructing students studying, writing, numeric and conversation abilities.
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Keep walking but think about how you are going to keep track of where you are and where you are going. Suddenly there is a turn in the path - who or what do you encounter? ' Ask the pupils to write down key words that describe their adventure. They can make a list of how they are feeling, what they see and what they do on their walk through the forest. They may choose to encounter obstacles, creatures or people who may be make-believe or real. This is their adventure and they should have fun with it.
22 Many young people with dyslexia have difficulty writing about what they have read, although they may have a picture in their mind. If they create a visual record of the main idea of each chapter they can use the pictures as a prompt when they are retelling the story. It can be a great way to keep a record of the sequence of events. After reading a chapter, have the pupil close his eyes and ask him to form a picture in his mind of what the chapter was about. Discuss what he is visualizing to ensure he is on track.
IDEA 23 iS) ^ O Q 00 ^ ^ _ —J ^r . ^ LU LJJ 27 K/\ LU ^ C ~ Dyslexic pupils often have difficulty with reading accuracy but can develop good comprehension. They will read for meaning rather than accuracy, making mistakes when reading aloud, but still gaining a good level of comprehension of the text. It is important to encourage reading methods that can improve comprehension and help them identify the key words in a passage. But it is also necessary to show them strategies that highlight the different purposes of reading.