Also, they have problems with understanding the language and this leads to doing the academics poorly. (Hotz, Me) This disorder doesn’t only occur in children it can occur in teens and adults as well. Dyslexia in adults is more sever, because they have had it as children, which means they could be reading at a third grade level book. (Me, Hotz) Children struggle with dyslexia to. They stumble or struggle with words.
Scientists would need to determine if holding a child back who is already struggling can put them further behind socially and or emotionally. For example, would these children show more problem behaviors or have more negative attitudes toward school? Scientist would need to do background research by analyzing children who were retained and see how well they adjusted to school on a social level. Scientists would also need to observe these children carefully to see if they present more behavioral problems than their peers. They would need to determine if there’s a negative effect or a positive effect on children that repeated a grade.
In contrast to normal students, students with ADHD have underdeveloped frontal brains, which lack of development results in slower brain activity (Cole, 2008, para. 3). Therefore, students diagnosed with ADHD generally have difficulty concentrating, which can negatively impact their performance at school. In addition, ADHD students have a propensity to show challenging behaviors, such as hyperactivity and restlessness, which often impede their learning ability (Shih, Wang, & Wang, 2014,... ... middle of paper ... ...ournal/10.1002/(ISSN)1556-7591 Shih, C., Wang, S., & Wang, Y. (2014).
Dyslexia is a congenital disorder characterized by unexpected difficulty learning to decode and spell words in relation to one’s verbal intelligence, motivation, and educational opportunities (Gray E. S, 2008). People have many misconceptions regarding dyslexia which includes visual impairment, low IQ, dyslexia is curable, and this learning disability affects males more often than females. Indicators of dyslexia change over time since it is a process of developmental. It is difficult to identify children with dyslexia; however it becomes more prominent as they progress in school. 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.
Students with Dyslexia have problems with the letters in words, and the sounds letters make. The letters can be flipped upside down, turned around and rotated to the eyes of someone with Dyslexia (Dyslexie Font). This can cause students to have problems with reading, writing and even understanding text that's given to them. Each student is affected differently, some students won’t have many of these problems. While other students could have extreme problems in which they are reading at a very significantly lower grade level.
However the children diagnosed correctly with ADHD may not respond to medication. Time in psychology states that in order to recognize time, attention is a key feature. Time duration is also important, as attention spans can only last so long. ADHD children already suffer from inattention; therefore it would seem their sense of time is skewed at high levels. Several studies will be sorted through to come to a final conclusion to find out whether or not this is the only reason why their sense of time is not the same of normally developed children.
Some experts believe that the condition may be hereditary. Others suggest that it may be caused by differences in the structure of a person's brain and the way that brain functions (Dyslexia). The main sign of dyslexia is reading and writing letters in the wrong order. Some other signs are problems in organizing language (both written and spoken),memorizing, spelling, reading, writing, learning sounds and symbol as well and also difficulties in solving math problems (Ruth). Children with dyslexia have a normal or above-average intelligence but dyslexia can affect their learning, which may cause them to fall behind.
When a young child looks at these words, the student cannot use logic to spell certain words. Learning Disabled children have a hard time conquering spelling and it may be the hardest task for elementary school children with learning disabilities to conquer. The question has been proposed of whether or not children with learning disabilities need to be taught spelling differently in comparison to children without learning disabilities. Children with learning disabilities learn at a slower pace and do need to be taught spelling differently than students without learning disabilities. According to the learning disability information web site," A learning disability is a disorder in one or more of the basic psychological processes involved in understanding and using language spoken or written which may manifest itself in an imperfect ability to listen, think, speak, read, spell, or do mathematical calculations."
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common psychiatric disorder in children and adolescents. As implied in the abbreviation, students who are diagnosed with ADHD often encounter learning difficulties due to lack of concentration and act impulsive. Although prescription medications for ADHD students may be helpful to alleviate the symptoms, they cannot be reliable since medicinal effects vary between individuals. As a result, many experts in education try to incorporate electronic devices to address the issues that ADHD students have. The potential of electronic devices to facilitate students in learning has long been noted by the experts.
Methods The subject of the study were children ages 6-9 years old selected from 1st and 2nd grades of educational district of Yazd, southeast Iran. The... ... middle of paper ... ...Like the pressure from the parents to have the perfect kid, so the mother starting taking over counter pills to enhance a traits in her kid? Or couldn’t be poor dieting during pregnancy causes ADHD? I have so many questions, that I could think of but I still feel that ADHD should be brought to our attention more and more, since doctors are putting children with the disease on medication. I am not a big fan of medication, and a big believer on the right mind in the right body, so I was wondering what if these children get involve in physical activates to help them be more active.