It is important to be aware of these obstacles in a timely manner.
What exactly is dyslexia?
It is a developmental disability that includes certain learning disabilities, especially reading. Despite acceptable intellectual abilities, children have difficulty learning to read, to understand the text they read, and to learn to reproduce it accurately in writing.
The most common causes are genetic predisposition (having up to 40% of dyslexic parents with dyslexic parents), and extrinsic factors (prenatal, prenatal, postnatal, perinatal, or postnatal brain damage) are few.
It is important to know that children with dyslexia are not stupid or lazy. The main area of concern is how the brain works. People with dyslexia use different parts of the brain to read with people who are not. For this reason, literacy is a big problem.
Children learn to read in a way that learns to connect the sounds of letters / words in writing. And in this regard, there is a big problem for dyslexic patients. Children with dyslexia do not have automatic activity because they use the ability to decipher words and letters, assign them to a sound format, and then read without words.
Diagnosis of this disease requires a complex and comprehensive psychologist's examination, but parents may doubt their disease if they carefully observe and observe their child.
If your child is experiencing this type of problem, seek educational psychological counseling.
- One of the first warning signals is slow language development. It may seem that your child knows little about your age.
- There is a problem connecting phonemes and graphs. It is the linking of letters in visual form to words. I'm not sure which letter in the alphabet sounds. (Imagine that you saw the letter B. Now read aloud, Disektik has this big problem).
- He reads at a much lower academic level than he speaks.
- When you read aloud, short words are skipped.
- Often, letters are confused with words or similar sounds.
- There is a problem of assigning visual objects to words (fetching knives instead of forks).
- He is having problems using the same but different meanings.
- It is difficult to know if two words are lucky.
- He struggles to learn new words and knows colors.
- He has a problem with the teaching of a rickshaw with a little rhythm.
- He reads slowly and does not want to read aloud. Having trouble interpreting letters and words makes reading text difficult to understand.
- I have difficulty reproducing the reading text. He may not have trouble summarizing stories even if he is a storybook reader.
- You may have difficulty using the right words. For a long time he searches for the expression he wants to use and often uses the wrong thing that is similar to the correct one.
- Posts can make mistakes in the same word.
- He has problems seeing (and sometimes even listening to) differences and similarities between words and letters.
- The perception of the details of letters, for example inverted shapes (b, d), is distorted.
- You skipped words or added letters frequently.
- He is hard to understand symbolic jokes and statements.
- It can not distinguish between pits, soft / hard syllables (diy) or short or long tones.
- Determining the exact word order of a word is a problem.
- There is a problem keeping words in short-term memory (bringing books, paper, and pencils will bring the book, not always all).
- You can knit right / left.
- It can be difficult to fit between layers to make it difficult to "read" social situations or words.
- It makes it difficult for us to figure out which words to leave if we take the first letter (the word "train" and ask us what we can get if we remove the letter v).
- He has difficulty learning foreign languages.
Motivation and support are important.
A child will suffer from dyslexia in his or her life. It is therefore very important that your perception of your difficulties does not cause stress. Parents are encouraged to motivate their child and not try and stop giving up despite early attempts.
He can also help the following activities that parents can practice with him everyday.
- Kids learn best through games. Go to the store and play. How many foods will you find? The name can be found in Parmesan, Pepper, and Orange when called upon.
- Cut out letters of hard paper, color them, and make words.
- Make the most of your words with your child's words. When you ask which word you are arriving, the word cat will ask you what word you are adding and adding sat. (Words can be invented, need not be understood, and it is essential to teach the sound of letters.)
The council – The child with this disorder is the fastest and if not stressed, it will progress fast, but you will feel patience and support.