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OBSTACLES TO READING

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Migrachielle Amigos

on 24 February 2014

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Transcript of OBSTACLES TO READING

Facts discovered
by specialists
Lesson 9
"OBSTACLES TO READING"

Example:
Children who are left-handed or left eye dominant.
Children display dominance in the two spheres
of their brain.
Example:
Difficulties in differentiating letters.
Handicapped children may display spatial
or directional disorientation.
is a cause for reading retardation.
Intellectual or Emotional maturation
Facts that relate to obstacles
in
reading achievement.
* Physical discomfort such as headache, stomach ache, hunger, thirst, etc.
PHYSICAL
PSYCHOLOGICAL
ENVIRONMENTAL
SOCIO-ECONOMIC
Reading is intertwined with language, and so non-speakers of a language will have more difficulties reading a second language.
Reading and listening
are closely related.
Proficiency in listening
is in conducive in proficiency in reading.
* Malfunction of the visual
and
auditory faculties.
*Eye defects such as nearsightedness/farsightedness, speech impediments, etc.
*Child's lack of self confidence, feeling of rejection and other negative personality traits.
Example:
(shyness, being withdrawn,
poor rapport with others, conflict with parents and peers)
*Teacher personality factors such as lack
of competence, emotional immaturity,
lack of social sense, etc.
* General emotional atmosphere at home
and school.


- The attitude of parents in guiding their children's progress in school.
*Conditions at Home and at School.
Including:
Conditions of poor room lightning,
ventilation, seating arrangement.
* Low economic status (poverty) of children
of poor families.
Sensationalism and Retrogressive
literacy as fostered by commercialism
in mass media.
*Policies and programs of government and of the schools on the development reading program.
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