Reviews the history and current knowledge of dyslexia and learning disabilities in everyday language, for diagnosticians, classroom teachers, counselors, and parents. Coverage includes strategies for recognizing and overcoming visual and auditory dyslexia and dysgraphia, developing self-confidence, and advances in improved physical and mental health care for those with dyslexia. Includes sources of instructional materials, helpful organizations, and diagnostic checklists. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORWriting Problems Auditory dyslexia Is a major handicap when students like Maria try to write essay answers or produce original stories or themes. Dyslexic spelling frequently is associated with dysgraphia, as will be discussed in Chapter 4.
|Title||:||Overcoming Dyslexia in Children, Adolescents, and Adults|
|Author||:||Dale R. Jordan|
|Publisher||:||Pro-Ed - 1996|