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WITH THIS BOOK YOU WILL BEGIN TO UNDERSTAND HOW YOUR DYSLEXIC STUDENT PROCESSES INFORMATION AND WHAT THEY NEED TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN THE CLASSROOM! It will explain why right-brained students process information differently than their left-brained peers. We have also included for parents and teachers a variety of simple-to-read instructions and exercises on how to teach dyslexics. Some of the topics covered are reading, spelling and printing skills, fractions, weights, money, telling time and following directions. A great introductory companion book to "TEACHING THE DYSLEXIC STUDENT: SPELLING AND LANGUAGE ARTS" *Soft Copy and E-Book: 100 pages TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER ONE: Turner-Hope Method    

   1. Dyslexia is a Learning Difference
   2. Understanding Dyslexia
   3. Stress Destroys Memory
CHAPTER TWO: Comparative Learning   
   1. Comparative Differences
   2. Right Brain Thinks in Whole Images
   3. Five Steps to Learning
   4. Working with the Abstract
   5. Why Sequencing is Difficult
   6. The Right Brain Thinks Inductively
CHAPTER THREE: Learning Problems    

   1. Major Learning Problems
   2. Check List of Possible problems
CHAPTER FOUR: Learning Senses    

   1. Multi-sensory Approach
   2. Auditory Dominance
   3. Visual Dominance
   4. The Spelling Notebook
   5. Kinesthetic Dominance
CHAPTER FIVE: Specific Problems and Solutions   
   1. Dyslexics Learn to Compensate Early
   2. Problem Solving Fascinates Dyslexics
   3. Key Steps to Assignments
   4. Keys to Training
   5. Daily Training of Learning Senses
   6. Coping with the Abstract
   7. Dyslexics are Usually Slow Readers
   8. The Right Brain's Learning code
CHAPTER SIX: Spelling Solutions and Skills   
   1. Spelling Problems
   2. Understanding Spelling Solutions
   3. Understanding Abstract Words
   4. Sequencing Spelling Words
   5. Spelling Tests
CHAPTER SEVEN: Reading Skills   
   1. Decoding Words
   2. Memorizing Words
   3. Meaning of Words
   4. Color Coding Letters
   5. Visualizing Key Words
   6. Verbalizing and Reading Aloud
   7. Key Words in Sentences and Paragraphs
   8. Color Coding Paragraphs
   9. Reading Check List

Logical, Sequential Skills
   1. Sequencing
   2. Working with Fractions
   3. Taking Measurement
   4. Measuring Weights
   5. Working with Money
   6. Telling Time
   7. Word Problems
   8. Building Kinesthetic Skills
      * Following Directions
      * Baking a Cake
      * Other Kinesthetic Experiences
CHAPTER EIGHT: Teaching Abstract Thinking   

   1. Analyzing the Parts
   2. Describing the Actions
   3. Interpreting Motivations
   4. The Written Assignment
   5. Clustering Ideas
   6. Working with the Abstract in Poetry