"An easy to use set of teaching methods for Teachers and Parents of Dyslexics that are appropriate for a Dyslexic's learning difference."
Dyslexia Victoria Online is offering our "14 Steps" in a soft cover. Fully explained with examples, any teacher, tutor or parent can use this manual without any specialized training.
In the near future we will be re-writing our books to incorporate our new research about Dyslexia and right-brain dominant thinkers. The new books will include the "14 Steps" but because our clients have reported amazing success with the methods described in the "14 Steps" we have decided to offer it, now, as a resource separate from the books. These methods are perfectly appropriate for Dyslexics and students experiencing ADD/ADHD.
Some of the methods explained in the manual are:
* We like to say that many of the methods are basic old fashioned concepts but when used together they are a very effective and powerful approach for the right-brained student.
* We have explained in the manual how Dyslexic children think and process information from a "big picture" point of view and need concrete examples of words to be able to retain and understand them.
* We explain "boxing words" and how it can help Dyslexic students actually see the words in their minds and retain those images to help with their spelling.
This is a method used by many Dyslexia specialists and psychologists that also use it with gifted children.
* We show the parent or teacher how to connect words with images to help the children remember how to spell them.
* We demonstrate how with the right image and sentence Dyslexic children can finally remember how to spell the little words like "then, is, would, been, and".
* We describe a reading method that focuses on improving fluency through practice reading rather than constantly decoding and not retaining the words read.
* The methods can be incorporated into homeschooling programs and used in conjunction with regular public and private school homework.
* The methods do not require expensive materials or aids.
* We provide a list of resources for more research on Dyslexia, ADD/ADHD and gifted Dyslexics who are visually spatial.
HERE IS A SAMPLE FROM THE BOOK:
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