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Dyslexia
January 10, 2011
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Alise
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My son has all the classic symptoms of dyslexia. I am homeschooling him in hopes of helping him overcome the difficulty this causes him in reading. Does anyone know some good techniques to get him to read better?

January 10, 2011
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In everything I have ever heard about dyslexia, you should have your son tested.  It's important to know what type he has.  Each type has a different treatment.  I have also heard wonderful things about public schools and the way they handle and try to teach children with this learning disorder.  I'm not sure homeschooling is the best option, especially if you are unsure how to teach him.

January 17, 2011
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The public school where my family lives, is horrible! My grandson was in the school system for 14 years and they did nothing but put him in the "slow" classes. He's not "slow". He's very bright and can remember things he has read even several months or a year afterward. He references things he has seen in movies that I don't even remember. He can quote books that he read a year ago and tell me things that I've said that I don't remember until he tells me about it. It takes him forever to read a book but once he's read it, it's going to stay with him.

January 26, 2011
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It has been proven that dyslexic children are far from stupid. Conversely, they often have very high IQ levels. The problem with reading is that it is directional. Dyslexics see all sides of things at once, and therefore words are more difficult for them. My son, for instance, can sculpt with clay in great detail, excellently. It's figuring out how to get him to see words how they are that is difficult!

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