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Dyslexia

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Marisa Sugiyama

on 22 January 2016

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Transcript of Dyslexia

Characteristics
General
Can articulate, but not read, write, and spell
Perform well on oral assessments, not standardized tests
Easily frustrated/emotional

Reading
Dizziness/Headaches
Confused by sequences (need verbal explanations)
Re-reads with little comprehension

Writing
Unusual pencil grip
Illegible handwriting
Confused with directions
Dyslexia
A Learning Disorder
Definition
Eligibility Criteria
Prevalence
Evidence-Based Interventions
Assistive Technology
help students overcome issues & present learning in different ways
Life-long condition affecting the way the brain processes written and spoken language
NOT due to low intelligence or poor vision
Associated with trouble reading
Affects writing, spelling, and speaking
Project Read
Multisensory Structured Language
Dyslexia Training Program
Speech-to-Text
Livescribe Smartpen
Dragon NaturallySpeaking
Complete intelligence, educational, and speech/language assessments
Requested by teachers & parents with documented evidence of disability
Read below basic reading levels
Difficulties in understanding and using language
One of the most common problems affecting both children and adults

United States: 5-17% of school-age children
Hawai`i: 15-20% of state population
Time management
Difficulty learning sequenced tasks

Memory
Exceptional with remembering personal experiences

Development
Unusually early or late developmental stages
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