Davis Methods - Theory and Practice
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The term dyslexia simple means difficulty with words. The term "dyslexia" was coined more than a hundred years ago. Over the years it has been defined in several different ways. As used here, "dyslexia" refers to intelligent children and adults who have no limiting physical or emotional problems but who, despite conventional classroom experience, do not learn to read, write, spell, and comprehend as expected. Such children, unless they receive appropriate instruction, become adults whose reading and related language skills fall significantly below their general intelligence. look for more http://www.evrymathia.com.gr/dislexia/
Yup. I agree with your words 'intelligent children and adults'. Dyslexic individuals are extremely talented and smart. They're good with electronics, painting, creative thoughts and something with other normal people couldn't even imagine.
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