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| WHAT IS DYSLEXIA |
Dyslexia is a learning disability in which a person finds it difficult to read and write. These difficulties often do not reflect an individual’s cognitive abilities and may not be typical of performance in other areas. In shortly, dyslexia also known as reading disorder, despite normal intelligence. On the other hand, we know now, many famous people have had dyslexia, including Leonardo da Vinci, Napoleon, Winston Churchill, Albert Einstein, and Thomas Edison etc.
In addition, Dyslexia is a disorder characterized by problems with the visual notation of speech.Surprisingly, 15-20% of the population has a language-based learning disability. The characteristics of dyslexia have been identified mainly from research in languages with alphabetic writing systems, primarily English. Poor working memory may be another reason why those with dyslexia have difficulties remembering new vocabulary words.
-How many Dyslexia people are there in the World: There are 700 million dyslexia people live in the World. According to Dyslexia Action (2017), the figure is more likely to be around 16% of the population, or 11.5 million people. Globally, Dyslexia International (2017) suggests that between 5-10% of the population experience dyslexia, which equates to around 700 million people worldwide.
-How many Dyslexia people are living in Turkey: [The number of people officially diagnosed with dyslexia in Turkey stands at 41,600, according to the head of Turkey’s Dyslexia Association, Atıf Tokar, who said people The number of people officially diagnosed with dyslexia in Turkey stands at 41,600, according to the head of Turkey’s Dyslexia Association, Atıf Tokar, who said people should see dyslexia as a “difference in learning,” not “a disorder.” should see dyslexia as a “difference in learning,” not “a disorder.”26 Nis 2017. ]
THERE ARE OFTEN ASSOSIATED DIFFICULTIES SUCH AS: 1.Poor spelling, difficulty learning the alphabet
3.Difficulty learning the names of the letters or sounds of the alphabet and difficulty writing the alphabet in order.
4.Mixing up multi-syllabic words.
5.Trouble retrieving words when talking.
6. Doesn’t remember words from previous page.
7. Slow or choppy reading.
8.Confusion with before/after, right/left, and so on
9.Difficulty with word retrieval or naming problems9.Difficulty distinguishing different sounds in words (auditory discrimination)
10.Difficulty in learning the sounds of letters (In alphabetic writing systems)
11.Difficulty associating individual words with their correct meanings
12.Difficulty with time keeping and concept of time
13.Confusion with combinations of words
14.Difficulty in organization skills
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ABOUT THE DYSXIA TRUTHS
1. Research provides scientific evidence that dyslexia is neurobiological.
2. One out of 20 people are dyslexic.
3. Dyslexia is present in all economic backgrounds and intellectual levels. 4. Dyslexic people are often talented in areas that don’t require strong language skills. 5. Dyslexia is treatable. “Dyslexia is specific learning disability that is neurobiological in origin. It is characterized by difficulties with accurate and/or fluent word recognition and by poor spelling and decoding abilities. These difficulties typically result from a deficit in the phonological component of language that is often unexpected in relation to other cognitive abilities and the provision of effective classroom instruction. Secondary consequences may include problems in reading comprehension and reduced reading experience that can impede growth of vocabulary and background knowledge.” For example, Dislexia person can perceive inversing the some letters and numbers such as b-d, p-q, m-w, and d 6-9. Because their brain work in different presecedure. There are 41,600 people officially diagnosed with dyslexia in Turkey,The number of people officially diagnosed with dyslexia in Turkey stands at 41,600, according to the head of Turkey’s Dyslexia Association, Atıf Tokar, who said people should see dyslexia as a “difference in learning,” not “a disorder.”
IS THERE A BEST METHOD FOR TEACHING A DYSLEXIC STUDY?
According to Marilyn Zecher, M.A., CALT, It is difficult for children with dyslexia to learn to read because their brains associate sounds and letter combinations inefficeintly. Cursive helps with the decoding process because it integrates hand- eye coordination, fine motor skills and other brain and memory functions. Some MRI studies show that there is a stronger association for learning and memory when the hands are involved. Advantages of cursive:emphasizes left to right directionality reduces reversal occurences letters all start on the same line encourages spacing between words.In addition, there is some App and it can be useful for the Dislexis students.
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