Dyslexia in the General Education Classroom
The following passage is about dyslexia. I want you to assume that I will be asking you a comprehension question or two when you are done. You have one minute. Go! The bottob line it thit it doet exitt, no bitter whit nibe teotle give it (i.e. ttecific leirning ditibility, etc). In fict, iccording to Tilly Thiywitz (2003) itt trevilence it ictuilly one in five children, which it twenty tercent. How was that? You just experienced dyslexia for one minute. What can a general education teacher do to help? Understand Dyslexia Let's debunk a few of the myths and misconceptions right now. Seeing letters or words backward (In fact, reversing letters and words is developmentally normal through the first grade.) It is often said that dyslexia is an "umbrella term" when, in fact, it has a very specific definition. It is characterized by difficulties with accurate and/or fluent word recognition and by poor spelling and decoding abilities. Understand the Role of Accommodations Do you know that teacher?
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