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The first-hand accounts are inspiring in the way they normalise dyslexia and reveal the many success stories. There is an additional section for professionals who work in education or special learning environments, with advice given by school students themselves.
Dyslexia, Learning and the Brain. Dyslexia research has made dramatic progress since the mids. Once discounted as a "middle-class myth," dyslexia is now the subject of a complex — and confusing — body of theoretical and empirical research. In Dyslexia, Learning, and the Brain , leading dyslexia researchers Roderick Nicolson and Angela Fawcett provide a uniquely broad and coherent analysis of dyslexia theory.
The authors' answer to the fundamental question "what is dyslexia? Dyslexia is a complex condition that affects not only learning but every part of life. Experience or fear of social stigma can lead people with dyslexia to camouflage the difficulties they face, to withdraw and to adopt negative coping strategies, particularly if they lack adequate support, identification and intervention. This can have lasting impact on their emotional health. Neil Alexander-Passe is an experienced researcher and a special needs teacher in secondary mainstream education. He also has dyslexia. Neil uses his personal and professional experience to shed light on the complexities surrounding dyslexia and examines psychological theories such as ego-defence mechanisms and learned helplessness that reveal how people deal with its emotional impact.
He offers guidelines and advice, illustrated with real life examples, about how to help people with dyslexia avoid harmful coping strategies and learn to deal with stress, anxiety and low self-esteem in more effective and psychologically positive ways. An engaging and informative guide, it will help you plan and make decisions about the next stage of your education or employment.
Ann-Marie McNicholas, who has worked with young people with dyslexia for many years, answers the questions that you will have as you plan for life at university or college. She covers the differences between school and college and university, lists the different types of dyslexia assessment available and gives you simple, tried-and-tested tips to help you to manage your time, your workload and your revision.
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Beyond information about further and higher education, the book is full of advice on preparing for the next stage in your life, such as moving into the workplace. A must-read pocket guide for teenagers with dyslexia and an essential resource for parents, teachers, career advisers, and anyone else involved in supporting learners with dyslexia to make a successful transition to further education and the world of work. This encouraging and easy-to-read book deals with difficulties in traditional academic areas, but also looks at lesser-known conditions such as clumsiness, social unease, and hyperactivity.
The book will appeal to parents and educators. Dyslexia Rules! Whether used in the home, school, or a learning support unit, Dyslexia Rules will help give people with dyslexia strong and simple tools to find their way through the complexities of the English language.
This book is made of word lists and exercises, and lesson plans are easy and fun to use. Suitable for use with children ages 10 and up.
Written by an authority in the dyslexia field, this is the first accessible guide to the close interplay of spelling and dyslexia. Kelli Sandman-Hurley talks the teacher or parent through why kids with dyslexia find spelling so hard, and what we can learn from the spelling mistakes in their writing samples. Introducing key terminology around morphemes smallest unit of meaning in words and phonemes smallest contrastive units in language in an accessible and clear way, Sandman-Hurley goes on to explain how we can identify, and learn from, kids' spelling miscues, and use them to further inform our teaching and instruction.
Shedding much-needed light on an under-explored tool for classroom or home learning, Dyslexia and Spelling is essential reading for teachers and parents alike. This 4-page, laminated reference guide provides valuable information, as well as practical strategies and accommodations, to address the language and literacy needs of students with dyslexia.
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Jennifer Smith wrote this account of her life when she was just twelve years old; describing what it was like growing up with dyslexia. Her insights about school, family, and the daily trials she faced, offer a unique view into a confusing world. In this groundbreaking book, Brock and Fernette Eide explain how individuals with dyslexia share a unique learning style that can create advantages in a classroom, at a job, or at home. Using their combined expertise in neurology and education, the authors show how these individuals not only perceive the written word differently but may also excel at spatial reasoning, see insightful connections that others simply miss, understand the world in stories, and display amazing creativity.
While dyslexics typically struggle to decode the written word, they often also excel in such areas of reasoning as mechanical required for architects and surgeons , interconnected artists and inventors ; narrative novelists and lawyers , and dynamic scientists and business pioneers. With a wealth of practical strategies for teaching and supporting students with dyspraxia aged from 11 years up to college or university level, this book addresses all aspects of learning and ways in which teaching can be tailored to the dyspraxic learner. By exploring dyspraxia and its physical, emotional, psychological and social impacts on learning, the author shares tried-and-tested strategies for ensuring that students with dyspraxia achieve their full potential.
This book covers a wide range of topics, such as research and study skills, improving memory, teaching literacy, visual and auditory learning styles, dealing with sleeplessness, stress, low self-esteem and anxiety, and preparing for future employment. Teachers will have a greater understanding of dyspraxia, and feel confident in helping students with dyspraxia to overcome educational challenges. A practical and authoritative resource for educators, this book highlights the importance of schools reviewing their curricula and assessment, pedagogical methods, and resources to ensure the best personal and academic development in their students.
The book addresses a range of issues associated with:. Essentials of Dyslexia Assessment and Intervention. Packaged in the user-friendly and accessible Essentials format, this book will be the first of its kind to combine the research, assessment, and treatment interventions of dyslexia in one concise volume. Learn the signs of dyslexia, and find the best treatment options for your child.
Fish in a Tree. Ally has been smart enough to fool a lot of smart people. Every time she lands in a new school, she is able to hide her inability to read by creating clever yet disruptive distractions. She is afraid to ask for help; after all, how can you cure dumb? However, her newest teacher Mr. Daniels sees the bright, creative kid underneath the trouble maker. With his help, Ally learns not to be so hard on herself and that dyslexia is nothing to be ashamed of. As her confidence grows, Ally feels free to be herself and the world starts opening up with possibilities.
An inventive and practical book for children aged 7 to 13 who have been identified as having dyslexic tendencies, this book contains practical and creative activities for kids and teens to use, such as Spelling Sculptures and Hear it, Sing it, Beat it! The games and activities use the four different learning styles that work best with dyslexics - thinking in pictures, in movement, in music or socially.
With funny cartoons, which appeal to visual thinkers, and a section with advice on how parents and guardians can aid learning, this is an essential toolkit for any dyslexic child. Focusing on the distinctive learning style that is shared by most dyslexics, The Gift of Dyslexia provides the practical skills that remove the obstacles to learning and leads students of all ages to success. This comprehensive, practical resource gives educators at all levels essential information, techniques, and tools for understanding dyslexia and adapting teaching methods in all subject areas to meet the learning style, social, and emotional needs of students who have dyslexia.
Special features include over 50 full-page activity sheets that can be photocopied for immediate use and interviews with students and adults who have had personal experience with dyslexia. Organized into twenty sections, information covers everything from ten principles of instruction to teaching reading, handwriting, spelling, writing, math, everyday skills, and even covers the adult with dyslexia. Hudson doesn't like school. Most of all, he hates spelling tests. But one very different test helps Hudson understand what makes him special, and how school can be fun! Meet Harry. Harry likes to play football, climb trees, and hang out with friends, but Harry doesn't like reading.
That is until his teacher explains that Harry has dyslexia, which makes things like reading and writing particularly hard for him — and with help from his mum, teacher and an educational psychologist, Harry learns specific strategies for reading with dyslexia. This delightful picture book for children aged includes tips for reading with dyslexia and lovable, supportive characters who show that it's ok to discuss dyslexia and to seek help when needed. Katie always thought her dad was smart — he is one of the busiest attorneys in town!
People are always asking him for advice. She has been a bit confused ever since asking him for help with her weekly spelling list. How can her very smart dad struggle with one of her spelling words? This definitely didn't make sense. The word Mississippi has changed everything This frank and thoughtful approach to dyslexia is an important exploration of the various ways people learn and that some difficulties do not have to be restrictions on what a person can achieve.
Dyslexia comes to life with visual imagery and colourful text in this new book on what dyslexia means, how it feels, what to do about it, and how to learn to embrace it. There are advantages to being dyslexic, including an aptitude for design literacy and innovative thinking, although these can be obscured by its challenges. This beautifully designed book, complete with stunning visuals and gentle humour, approaches the subject of dyslexia in a simple and encouraging way for all age groups.
By showing what dyslexia is and asking the reader how it applies to them, this book offers a fun and engaging means of working out how dyslexia affects the individual specifically, with a multitude of learning tools and tips, and a gallery of inspirational dyslexics who have used their particular skills to do something amazing with their lives.
An Introduction to Dyslexia for Parents and Professionals. This complete introductory guide to dyslexia is a must-read for parents of children with dyslexia, especially parents with children who are newly diagnosed, and for all those who work with dyslexic children and their families. The child in this story knows the alphabet, but she sometimes has trouble putting all the letters together to read words. No matter how hard she tries, she often mixes up the letters or writes them backwards.
The book is designed with consideration of the needs of the reader with dyslexia. The book is in the style and size of a chapter book, so that younger children and older children at low reading levels can read what seems to be an older child's book.
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From the early warning signs in the toddler and preschool years, through to university, this gem offers a number of strategies that can be used both inside and outside the classroom. Living with Dyspraxia was written to help all adults with Dyspraxia tackle the everyday situations that many people take for granted. It is full of practical advice on everything from getting a diagnosis to learning how to manage household chores. Important topics are addressed, such as self-esteem, whether to disclose your condition within the workplace, how to communicate more effectively and also how Dyspraxia often interacts with other conditions, such as Dyslexia, ADHD and Asperger's Syndrome.
Making Dyslexia Work for You, 2nd Edition. Written for dyslexic adults or anyone who thinks they might be dyslexic, this bold and imaginative book is deliberately concise and easy to dip into. Over topics from this book are also expanded upon in a dedicated online resource. This unique guide to overcoming the day-to-day difficulties associated with dyslexia will also be of great interest to employers, colleagues, teachers, friends and family of those with dyslexia. Drawing on their considerable experiences of the syndrome, as well as current research findings, the authors help teachers and other education professionals to better understand the needs of a dyspraxic child.
Through practical strategies, they show how teachers can make all the difference to a child's ability to succeed in the classroom, and case studies show how parents, teachers and therapists can work together to facilitate learning. The Map Challenge: a Book about Dyslexia. When Sammy's group loses their map on a camping trip, can he use his SEN Special Education Needs Superpowers to save the day and lead them safely back to the campsite? The Map Challenge explores the topic of dyslexia with an empowering story and lively illustrations. The book includes a page of discussion points about the story, a page of tips for how to boost abilities inclusive for children with and without special educational needs , and a further page of notes for parents and teachers.
The books feature a dyslexic-friendly font to encourage accessibility and inclusivity for all readers. Written by a world authority on maths difficulties in children, this accessible guide provides tried and tested visual strategies and tailored techniques to help teachers and parents support children with SpLDs who need help with maths.
Drawing on the latest research, into areas such as cognition and meta-cognition, along with the authors' decades of teaching experience, the book offers insight into how maths learning difficulties, including dyslexia, dyscalculia and maths anxiety, make maths difficult. Each chapter looks at foundational areas of maths learning that children may struggle with, from early number experiences to basic addition and subtraction, times tables, measurement and more.
Essential reading for any teacher, learning assistant or parent supporting children with maths. In My Child's Different, Elaine shares the true story of her son Sam, who by the age of seven had been excluded from three schools and was later labelled with a whole host of conditions — ranging from autistic spectrum disorder ASD to pathological demand avoidance PDA , before finally being diagnosed with dyslexia.
He had become "the Alphabet Kid". Drawing lessons from Sam's transformational journey from difficult child to budding entrepreneur, My Child's Different offers encouragement to parents who may be concerned about what the future might hold, and demonstrates how — with the right support and positive parenting skills — their children can grow up to surprise and delight them. The book chronicles Sam's journey from birth to adulthood, allowing readers to spot past and present patterns that may be comparable with their own children's experiences, and provides pragmatic parenting advice that will be of benefit to any parent whose children struggle with life educationally or socially.
Interspersed throughout the narrative are the reflections and insights of parenting expert Melissa Hood, who illustrates the key concepts from Sam's story and shares practical positive parenting techniques to help parents better connect with their children.
This book of ready-to-use activities and strategies is perfect for the non-specialist teacher in need of extra guidance, but will also offer new ideas and insights to teachers, parents and carers and anyone else working with a child or young person with dyslexia. Shaywitz, one of the world's leading experts on reading and dyslexia, translates cutting-edge research into an easy-to-follow plan of action for children and adults with reading problems.
Includes exercises, teaching aids, information on computer programs, and many other invaluable resources. Dyslexia is often accompanied by social, psychological, and even physical issues that can make many everyday tasks seem unmanageable. Whether you suffer from dyslexia yourself or are the parent of a dyslexic child, dealing with the overall challenges of this learning disorder can be overwhelming.
Unfortunately, mainstream treatment focuses mainly on compensatory techniques and workarounds, not a cure, leaving dyslexics feeling hopeless and stuck. In her new book, Dr.
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Phyllis Books offers a new approach to dyslexia and a convincing reason to hope again. By providing a modern perspective on dyslexia, this book lays the groundwork for significant improvements not only in reading but also in general learning ability, emotional stability, and psychological well-being. It includes information, assessments, and techniques that parents, teachers, and school administrators can use immediately to foster reading success. Through an understanding of how English words are constructed, how the brain processes language, and the differences that exist between learning styles, parents and teachers will gain keen insight into the processes of reading, reading acquisition, and reading instruction.
The Secret Life of the Dyslexic Child. In The Secret Life of the Dyslexic Child , you will come discover what the dyslexic child goes through every day in their struggles with things you take for granted, such as reading, writing, memory, and following directions.
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Robert Frank takes the reader inside the emotions and frustrations of the dyslexic child and helps parents coach their child to:. Self-Fulfillment with Dyslexia: a Blueprint for Success. Discover the ten key traits which people with dyslexia have harnessed in order to reach success and self-fulfilment.
Dyslexia brings both challenges and the potential gift of a unique skill set — through a combination of academic research and case studies, this book shows how you can use all of this to your advantage. From increasing your self-esteem to imaginative problem solving, each of the ten secrets to success is explained and brought to life through interviews with accomplished people describing how they have profited from a single star characteristic in realizing their goals.
Approach the obstacles of dyslexia pro-actively, and unlock your potential with this inspiring step by step guide. Written by a dyslexic college tutor for dyslexic students, this book contains a wealth of tips and advice to aid successful learning. With ways to improve reading, writing, numeracy and organisational skills, this book offers solutions to common problems and will empower students with dyslexia to help themselves.
Full of practical advice and visual examples, this compact book provides learners with the tools and knowledge to work with their dyslexia. It covers all the core study skills, including reading, writing and revision, and includes guidance on how to manage time effectively. This is an ideal resource for students of all levels who want advice on how to manage their dyslexia in a positive way. Supporting Children with Dyslexia, 2nd Edition.
This practical resource will help those who are looking for expert guidance and strategies, as well as providing a professional development tool which will encourage outstanding practice at all levels. Spanning pre-school, primary and secondary teaching, this book covers the key areas to be considered when supporting pupils with dyslexia, including:.
Featuring helpful checklists, templates and photocopiable resources, this book provides guidance and practical strategies for identifying and supporting young people with dyslexia that will be of use to teachers, TAs, and other educational professionals. With careful planning of support and therapy children with dyspraxia can thrive at school; socially and academically.
The Dyspraxia Foundation provide a wealth of tips on strategies for parents to implement, visit their website www. Parenting expert Sue Atkins www. Work on hand-eye co-ordination. When I was a Deputy Head I used to do lots of activities involving hand eye and body coordination with children who had Dyspraxia. Catching and throwing, kicking, crawling through obstacle courses, climbing, standing and balancing on upside down benches and walking on them too while holding objects. Teach them to totally understand time. They have to know the length of a minute and an hour. So time things, count in seconds, watch a second hand go round the clock and keep doing these until the child can predict when a minute, 5 mins, and hour etc finishes.
It builds their confidence. Keep a diary of what the child needs and has to do every day at school and prepare the day before. Time how long tasks take and always leave more time than this to do a task. Try to keep routines and order constant from day to day. When you have perception problems the world becomes scary if it keeps changing. Dyspraxic children take some time to learn the routines and learn that they work.
If this changes then they get scared that time will run out or things will get forgotten. Help them establish friends, prevent bullying and cope socially through role-play. Because of their perception problems these children often miss some information, and find it hard to understand emotional reactions and body language. Understanding Dyspraxia Like it? Share it! As seen in:. Get your free checklist now: The Ultimate Play Checklist Simply fill in your details below to get instant access.
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