5 Learning Dialogs for Dyslexia

5 Learning Dialogs for Dyslexia

5 Learning Dialogs for Dyslexia

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) set out to create a framework to help diagnose people with dyslexia. They looked at a variety of statistics about dyslexia, and then created an average American score for a dyslexic person to get a “normal score” on the Dyslexia Diagnostic Test. If your dyslexia is higher than or lower than the average person’s score, your chances of learning to read well is lower. We’ve been applying the 5 Learning Dialogs to help us learn to read for Dyslexia.

1. “Become knowledgeable”

-Your previous reading patterns might seem intuitive to you but don’t be fooled by them. Your reading is all about timing and structure. Learn how to make your reading the best it can be.

-Your previous reading patterns might seem intuitive to you but don’t be fooled by them. Your reading is all about timing and structure. Learn how to make your reading the best it can be.

2. “Identify spelling errors”

-Ask yourself how you get all the spelling wrong on a sentence. If you don’t know how, you won’t.

-Ask yourself how you get all the spelling wrong on a sentence. If you don’t know how, you won’t.

3. “Discover textual clues”

-Look up confusing words and read them aloud. You’ll be surprised at how hard it is to understand words.

-Look up confusing words and read them aloud. You’ll be surprised at how hard it is to understand words.

4. “Create plans”

-As you read, get your thoughts in order, mentally restructure words in your head, and organize your thoughts and ideas.

-As you read, get your thoughts in order, mentally restructure words in your head, and organize your thoughts and ideas.

5. “Redesign”

-Read to yourself and keep up with what you’re reading. You can’t read well unless you’re able to organize your thoughts.

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