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Do You Know Someone Who Is Dyslexic?

Do You Know Someone Who Is Dyslexic?

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Do You Know Someone Who Is Dyslexic?


Dyslexia is a reading disorder but it does not reflect low intelligence. There are many bright and creative individuals with dyslexia who never learn to read, write or spell at a level consistent with their intellectual ability.

According to the International Dyslexia Association, 1 in 10 individuals are affected by dyslexia. Many individuals have never been diagnosed and therefore have received no intervention services. Dyslexia can be a hidden disability which may result in underemployment, difficulty in school, difficulty on the job and reduced self-confidence. Even those who have been diagnosed are likely to struggle with reading and writing.

 Do you know an adult with dyslexia? If so, ask him/her these ten question prepared by the International Dyslexia Association.

1  Do you read slowly?
2  Did you have trouble learning how to read when you were in  school?
3  Do you often have to read something two or three times before it makes  sense?
4  Are you uncomfortable reading out loud?
5  Do you omit, transpose, or add letters when you are reading or writing?
6  Do you find you still have spelling mistakes in your writingeven after Spell Check?
7  Do you find it difficult to pronounce uncommon multi-syllablewords when you are reading?
8  Do you choose to read magazines or short articles rather thanlonger books and novels?
9  When you were in school, did you find it extremely difficultto learn a foreign language?
10  Do you avoid work projects or courses that require extensive reading?

 If the person answered “yes” to seven or more of these questions, he/she may have signs that indicate dyslexia. He/she may want to consider seeking consultation from a specialist or a formal diagnostic assessment from a qualified examiner.

Fisher Hill’s literacy workbook series use a structured, sequential, multisensory approach to learning phonics and the structure of the English language. The literacy series are geared toward Spanish-speaking teens and adults. Adults like our workbooks because the pace is reasonable, print is large, directions are in Spanish, there are lots of pictures but the content is for adults. When using our four series, each with six workbooks, students need to begin with Book 1 from the English Reading and Spelling for the Spanish Speaker series. After completing Book 1, students are ready to practice their beginning reading and writing skills with English Reading Comprehension for the Spanish Speaker Book 1, English Writing Composition for the Spanish Speaker Book 1 or review vocabulary with English Vocabulary for the Spanish Speaker Book 1.

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Visit our website at www.Fisher-Hill.com to familiarize yourself with these four series.