Children with Dyslexia In life it is very important to have an education in order to succeed. Unfortunately, Children with Dyslexia have a harder learning. This makes learning and therefore education the child needs become challenging. Dyslexia doesn’t only affect the children but also the parents. Some parents have difficulty seeing an early sign of dyslexia in their children’s learning, and unfortunately because dyslexia requires a different learning style this lead for room for parents to make assumptions that are often errors.
Students with dyslexia also have difficulties with spelling, understanding language they hear, or expressing themselves clearly in speaking or in writing. Wilkins (2002), states that “an unexpected gap exists between their potential for learning and their school achievement.” Dyslexia presents differently in many people and each person has their own strengths and weaknesses (Wilkins, Angela, Garside, 2002). Dyslexia affects people throughout
Scientists are then left with the problem of what are the origins of dyslexia if intellect is not the indicator? Reading difficulties in such children are established in troubles (extreme) obtaining rudimentary reading skills such as “word identification and phonological decoding” (Harris & Sipay, 1990). Problems such as these have been expected to take place in almost 12% of children aged between 6 and 16 and are usually go specific shortfalls in cognitive abilities such as reading, writing etc (Benton & Pearl, 1978; Harris & Sipay, 1990; Shaywitz, ... ... middle of paper ... ...ia: Review of evidence for a selective visual attentional disorder. (Valdois, S, et al) Vellutino, Frank R.; Jack M. Fletcher, Margaret J. Snowling, Donna M. Scanlon, January 2004. "Specific reading disability (dyslexia): what have we learned in the past four decades?".
The main reason for those students do not be able to identify the word because they just have rote memorization in learning those words. As a result, we should expla... ... middle of paper ... ...ce teachers have many work to do in school, the supporting team can help teacher to make some notes and class material. They can also be a platform between parents and school that the team should get some feedback from the parents and report to the school that can arrange the resource in a rational way and can support the teacher effectively. Conclusion As a teacher, we should offer every student a high quality of education. Dyslexics children also have right to develop their potential through the school education.
There are many more variations. The creators of inclusion had the right idea in mind, but it is misused by many administrators and teachers because they aren’t focused enough on what the children really need. I believe that inclusion is not beneficial to normal children or special need students because of the difficult learning environment it creates. My oppositions leads a strong argument; every child should be able to experience a regular classroom in order to mature and socialize with other children in normal situations (Stussman 18). This is true; children need to be around other children in order to learn how to interact.
Experts agree that dyslexia is a learning disability that affects language processing and that it does not occur because of low intelligence, lack of motivation, poor instruction, vision, or hearing problems, cultural disadvantages, or other extrinsic. Dyslexia is neurobiological in origin (Altieri J. L, 2008). Identifying children with dyslexia is often very difficult in the early stages before the third grade. Often books children read in the first grade contain repetitive words. Much of the reading students do is supported by memory and illustrations, not decoding.
A treatment than be helpful is to parents be involve more with their kid in an early age to not contribute to ADHD later in the children’s life. Parents should teach their kids to become organize and patience with their homework and work tasks. Another treatment is to go to talk therap... ... middle of paper ... .... Many say that us kids are just lazy and don’t care about our future. They don’t realize that is not just laziness or not being caution of our future but that there is a case where we don’t know what to do or were just confuse or over whelm with homework, growing up and thinking about our life outside of school.
Leong was featured in the May 2003 issue of the NAEYC’s Young Children. The article explores the conflict between children's play and meeting academic standards; more frequently, teachers are forced to limit playtime in order to teach essential skills to students; however because of limited imaginary play, increased academic demands of young children, and more realistic toys, children are almost unable to imagine. Although play has been proven to benefit children’s cognitive and social development, administrators do not consider it to be an important aspect of young children’s education. Because of this, preschool and kindergarten teachers are put in a challenging predicament; in order to compensate for children’s lack of play, teachers would need to prioritize play development at the level in which they prioritize phonics awareness and fine motor skills development. Although it is difficult to do, it is not impossible to incorporate play into the curriculum.
Children with dyslexia have a normal or above-average intelligence but dyslexia can affect their learning, which may cause them to fall behind. There are many things that people can do to help with their abilities to learn with this disability. There is no medication to take for dyslexia but there is a treatment. Dyslexia is a life-long condition. With proper help people with dyslexia can learn to read and/or write well (Teacher Strategies for Dyslexics).
Adderall: Is Medication the Answer? When growing up, nothing is more frustrating then giving your best effort in your school work and continuously being unsuccessful. The effect it can have on a child is very damaging. Students may feel inadequate and non-intelligent in the classroom setting growing up, not to mention, being confused all at the same time about why school is such an ongoing battle for them. Why are these children trying so hard and never having any success?