Use of worksheets for children with dyslexia

Natarajan, Mala R and Ramanathan, Gowri (2022) Use of worksheets for children with dyslexia. Learning Curve (12). pp. 95-103. ISSN 2582-1644

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Dyslexia is a life-long neurological condition which has no physical manifestations. Children with dyslexia have average to above-average IQ with unique potential and abilities for out-of-the-box thinking, yet there is a significant disparity between their potential and their actual performance. In class, a child with dyslexia could struggle to read, spell, write or do maths. In turn, a lack of fluency in these skills could make it difficult for the child to retain, recall and take exams. The degree of dyslexia – mild, moderate or severe-determines the extent of the difficulty faced. Dyslexia could be suspected in children who struggle in class I (or later) and a standardised assessment test could ascertain it.

Item Type: Articles in APF Magazines
Authors: Natarajan, Mala R and Ramanathan, Gowri
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Uncontrolled Keywords: Dyslexia, Special education
Subjects: Social sciences > Education
Divisions: Azim Premji University > University Publications > Learning Curve
Full Text Status: Public
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