Educational Programs for kids With Dyslexia

 

What parents of dyslexic children are teaching schools about literacy

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Best apps for dyslexia explained

Video taken from the channel: Touch-type Read and Spell TTRS


 

Inside a Dyslexia Intervention | Reading Strategies for Struggling Readers

Video taken from the channel: Understood


 

Reading & Spelling For Kids With Dyslexia | Tutorial 1

Video taken from the channel: Wabau Dyslexia Learning


 

Dyslexia Teaching Strategies, Modifications, & Accommodations

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See dyslexia differently

Video taken from the channel: British Dyslexia Association


 

Helping Kids With Dyslexia

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For children with dyslexia, every word they look at seems to follow different rules. Helping your child with dyslexia read and understand text can be frustrating. K5 Learning’s award winning online reading and math program offers a chance for your child to work toward personal goals in a supportive environment.

Online K-12 school for students with dyslexia and dyscalculia. Online K-12 special education program >> Dyslexia. eAchieve Academy is the interactive online education platform that gives children with dyslexia or other reading difficulties the personalized path they need to succeed. Where ordinary schools must follow the rigorous traditional structure, eAchieve is able to. Audiobooks can accompany textbooks in helping students learn how to read.

There are resources such as Learning Ally that are widely used in helping kids with dyslexia. Provide them with easy-to-understand structure. Kids with dyslexia usually have problems following instructions and organizing their work. Research shows that children with ADHD benefit from audiobooks as much as children with dyslexia.

Therefore, since Odysseyware has the text-to-speech function like an audiobook, the program is great for kids with ADHD. It can also help kids with dyslexia or both LDs!Dyslexia Quest If you want a tool that will combine fun and education help children with dyslexia then Dyslexia Quest is the app for you. It looks and feels like a game, but it’s designed to help children work on various educational elements that dyslexic children typically struggle with.

This includes phonics, memory skills, and sequencing. Free Trials on Dyslexia-friendly Reading Programs These free trials are from some of our favorite, dyslexia-friendly, online reading programs. Reading Horizons free 30-day trial.

Reading Horizons has two excellent online programs for teaching reading to students with dyslexia. I want to share with you an example of what a child (who has dyslexia) looks like who has been tested in the public school, serviced appropriately by certified teachers (CALTs) in her public elementary and intermediate school, and will exit the dyslexia program after 4.5 years. INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PROGRAM.

For students found eligible, an Individualized Education Program (IEP) must be developed to address the special education and related services the student will receive during the year. Services in special education will be addressed through an IEP for students with dyslexia who qualify. A law in California was amended to clarify that if a student with dyslexia does not qualify for special education services, they should still receive appropriate reading intervention. The first state dyslexia laws in the U.S. came in 1985 when Texas legislated the definition of dyslexia, mandated screening, and required training for teachers.

While there are MANY great reading programs out there, many do NOT work for kids with dyslexia. For kids with true dyslexia, an Orton Gillingham reading program is often the best type of reading program. Even if your child doesn’t have true dyslexia, Orton Gillingham reading programs for dyslexia are a great choice.

List of related literature:

There are many excellent private schools that specialize in teaching children with dyslexia and other learning challenges, and we keep a list of several at our Dyslexic Advantage website.

“The Dyslexic Advantage: Unlocking the Hidden Potential of the Dyslexic Brain” by Brock L. Eide M.D., M.A., Fernette F. Eide M.D.
from The Dyslexic Advantage: Unlocking the Hidden Potential of the Dyslexic Brain
by Brock L. Eide M.D., M.A., Fernette F. Eide M.D.
Penguin Publishing Group, 2011

A multisensory program for language arts for specific language disability children: A guide for primary teachers.

“Learning Disabilities and Related Mild Disabilities” by Janet W. Lerner, Beverley Johns
from Learning Disabilities and Related Mild Disabilities
by Janet W. Lerner, Beverley Johns
Cengage Learning, 2011

Young children with language impairments often develop problems in literacy, so preschoolage intervention may include activities designed to build emergent literacy skills such as print awareness, book awareness, and letter–sound correspondence.

“The SAGE Encyclopedia of Human Communication Sciences and Disorders” by Jack S. Damico, Martin J. Ball
from The SAGE Encyclopedia of Human Communication Sciences and Disorders
by Jack S. Damico, Martin J. Ball
SAGE Publications, 2019

The Orton Dyslexia Society and the Association for Children with Learning Disabilities are two resources you can contact for a referral in your area.

“You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Stupid or Crazy?!: The Classic Self-Help Book for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder” by Kate Kelly, Peggy Ramundo, Edward M. Hallowell
from You Mean I’m Not Lazy, Stupid or Crazy?!: The Classic Self-Help Book for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder
by Kate Kelly, Peggy Ramundo, Edward M. Hallowell
Scribner, 2006

The great majority of children—those with disability labels as well as the hard-to-find “average” child and those identified as gifted—will benefit from a teacher focused on language assessment and language development (Adger, Snow, & Christian, 2002; Moats, 2009).

“Exceptional Children and Youth” by Nancy Hunt, Kathleen Marshall
from Exceptional Children and Youth
by Nancy Hunt, Kathleen Marshall
Cengage Learning, 2012

The excellent book by Liz Dunoon, Helping Children with Dyslexia: 21 Super Strategies to Ensure Your Child’s Success at School (Dunoon, 2010), highlights the importance of spelling and lists a range of appropriate strategies.

“Dyslexia: A Practitioner's Handbook” by Gavin Reid
from Dyslexia: A Practitioner’s Handbook
by Gavin Reid
Wiley, 2016

Auditory Figure-Ground AFG by Foundations Developmental House, LLC is a nice alternative choice for younger children or those with dyslexia since the task does not require the user to read.

“Auditory Processing Disorders: Assessment, Management, and Treatment” by Donna Geffner, Deborah Ross-Swain
from Auditory Processing Disorders: Assessment, Management, and Treatment
by Donna Geffner, Deborah Ross-Swain
Plural Publishing, Incorporated, 2018

Few children with dysgraphia actually qualify for special education services under the Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act (IDEA) of 1997; however, some may if the problem in writing is associated with other learning problems (e.g., written language).

“Encyclopedia of Special Education: A Reference for the Education of Children, Adolescents, and Adults with Disabilities and Other Exceptional Individuals” by Cecil R. Reynolds, Elaine Fletcher-Janzen
from Encyclopedia of Special Education: A Reference for the Education of Children, Adolescents, and Adults with Disabilities and Other Exceptional Individuals
by Cecil R. Reynolds, Elaine Fletcher-Janzen
Wiley, 2007

The DfES (2005a) resources for schoolbased professional development on teaching and learning for dyslexic children draws on the BDA materials and adopts a very similar approach.

“Special Educational Needs, Inclusion and Diversity” by Norah Frederickson
from Special Educational Needs, Inclusion and Diversity
by Norah Frederickson
McGraw-Hill Education, 2009

National Center for Learning Disabilities: www.ncld.org Offers programs and advocacy for all children with learning and attention issues.

“The SAGE Encyclopedia of Intellectual and Developmental Disorders” by Ellen Braaten
from The SAGE Encyclopedia of Intellectual and Developmental Disorders
by Ellen Braaten
SAGE Publications, 2018

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  • I have really bad dyslexia and I learn so much slower then evreyone else and I’m in Yr 10 people are going on to. Harder stuff and I’m still on the basics it’s so hard being dyslexic and I struggle so much with English and maths and the teachers know I’m dyslexic but they say I need to improve reading speeling and my writing but I can’t and they think I’m lazy but I’m glad theres other out there like me 2 x

  • Im searching dyslexia becox i wanna know is it going to pass through to my kids… if yes then i may not going to hv babies. However, after i watched this video. I wanna hv a baby as smart as Albert Einstein. Dyslexia isnt a bad thing.

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  • I ‘m dyslexic (diagnosed). I managed to finish my studies at the university. It took me more time, had to work harder then others but that is ok. I can understand how something works or how it is made in seconds and I can fix a lot of things with no instructions. Learned english by myself. I speak 4 languages total, I read really fast adn understand everything I read in 3 of them. I read books with no effort and I really enjoy it. I am able to help my children in studying their homework (6th grade), what if I need to check every single words I need to write and go quite slowly or have to uncover the letters of a word one by one to be sure I tell them to my children in the wright order? I deeply understand maths and science so I can explain it to them better then any teacher they had till now and I did that for my friends children too. Who cares if the way they do maths have changed complitely? My gift of dyslexia helps me understand it. Dyslexia has made my life difficult in many ways and easier in a lot of other ways. An early diagnosis helps a lot:). Good luck to everyone and never forget that our different way of thinking helps us find solutions in problems other people can’t, just like they find in things we can’t!

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  • What really helped me was my parents never let me see it as a disability (I was homeschooled tho), it was “yeah your dyslexic” not ” you have a learning disability “. I’m an all A student BTW.

  • Ur one of the lucky ones that got diagnose early age. I’m been struggling and been keeping it a secret my whole life. I just took a self examination test online and I’m now realizing why I struggle so much in school. I’ feel like I’m getting worse. My girlfriend keeps catching me switching my words and sometimes my numbers. Should I be worried. Thank goodness for technology and auto spell or I would been able to write this

  • A year had already passed ever since we utilized this specific program, a reading manual. The reading knowledge of my very own little princess has consistently improved. My boy right now reads beginning books and is also a wonderful speller. What’s even more fascinating is she can easily create sentences at this point. Get this reading guide by Google. The program’s name is Elena Readoρiz
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  • so I never really learned how to read. I’m taking Spanish and I can’t read a word of it and this evaluator person told me I should be able to do that and to just think back to how the school taught me to read using the special dyslexia method. Anyway I never got taught to read that way, I learned to read by having my dad read to me and looking at the words as he read. I memorized every single word and it took forever but now I can read. Not everything of course if I don’t know a word I have to look it up and listen to siri say it. So technically I can’t read but I just rember every word and that’s how I know it. I also rely heavily on spell check for my spelling. So now I have to learn how to read. I love being dyslexic and having my school assume I can read so they never taught me. Lol.

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  • Thank you for making this video! This will help me tremendously when doing literacy lessons with my daughter with a language impairments.

  • I was diagnosed with dyslexia when I was like 3 and I only learned to read when I was in first grade and now I also have A.D.D so it’s getting worse and I’m goin 7th grade soon ;-; I can even do meh sports day and it’s tmr cause of my asthma I also get made fun off in school cause I can’t pronounce simplest words correct or say the wrong word and when I’m learning different languages I suffer like crazy not knowing the simplest words like how are you or so

  • Idk if you still remember this video but idk if I have dyslexia. I’m 17 but I feel like I have it but I was not diagnosed. When I read passages, I tend to lose where I am. Like I skip a line or reread the line on accident, so I have to use my finger to help me. I also read words that I have heard before but I can’t really say it until a teacher helps me. I also have terrible grammar. My friends always tell me this, but like when I’m typing or writing the word down I say it in my head thinking I wrote it down but I never did. Another thing is I can’t describe anything. My parents or teachers ask me how I did something and I can’t desrcibe it. I try to but it doesn’t come out the way I want it to. My English grade is terrible. Suppose to be in B track but I overwrited it and when into A track (normal English)

  • Thanks for ths beautiful video, my daughter tuition teacher suspected that my daughter had a dyslexia cause she cant remember some letter. Buti wont give up to teach her everyday.

  • I really don’t care if I have dyslexia like that guy has I want to change the in structure from my brain. Even if they say oo you were born that way and there’s nothing you could do about it. It doesn’t matter everything is possible so my opinion there is a way to change the in structure from the brain. Just do your own research. I hated when people say oo you have to learn how to deal with it no they are absolutely wrong. You could find a way to be cure from dyslexia. In my opinion that’s the right way.

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  • For a relatively new video, I believe that the term ‘people with dyslexia’ is a more appropriate term than saying ‘dyslexic people’. From listening to the video, the British Dyslexia Association are putting the disability before the person rather than the person first and the disability second. Nobody should be defined by their disability. We should aim to use more inclusive language such as a ‘wheelchair user’, ‘a person with a visual impairment’, ‘a girl with a hearing impairment’ etc!

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  • It’s remarkable to see your own boy read some books comfortably and you do not concern yourself with it. I was certainly pleased. Just after a week from starting this reading manual, she can, the truth is, spell 3-letter words and phrases by her own self and certainly not from memory! Get this reading guide by Google. The program’s name is Elena Readoρiz
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  • Right after Kindergarten my son could not read at all! His teacher informed me that he will find it hard keeping up in First grade and he must start from the basics. Then we followed this reading guide HowToRead.4YourHelp. Com (remove space and open the website) When he started 1st grade, he`s reading and the instructor is absolute amazed and raves about his improvement.?

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  • Last March, I recently found this reading manual. Ever since then, my very own boy and I were extremely driven in working with the guideline. Nowadays, my boy do not need my assistance to go through books. He`s today in his Pre-school and also he is quite optimistic in the lessons. Get this reading guide by Google. The reading guide’s name is Elena Readoρiz
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  • When my own boy is in first grade, he was chosen for reading support services. This impressive reading guideline has helped a lot in boosting the reading skills of my son even though he is on grade level and his progress definitely astounded his reading instructor. I hope the trainer had put to use this method at school. Research about this reading book on Google. The reading guide’s name is Elena Readoρiz
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  • It’s not secret to any person who knows my own husband because he tells the stories of his own son’s reading abilities even at a really early age. We coach our own boy the way to read by making use of this particular studying manual. Before our boy goes to bed, we both read him a textbook yet now, it’s totally the opposite. He`s the one getting a book to read and he`s reading to us, instead. Get this guide by Google. The reading guide’s name is Elena Readoρiz
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  • My three-year-old was able to read like a grade 1 student and my five year old son read some books just like a grade two to 3 student after 4 months. I did not expect these outcomes. I taught my very own boys to learn to read with the aid of this amazing reading tutorial. It is so well prepared that almost any toddler can learn how to read with it. Get this guide by Google. The reading guide’s name is Elena Readoρiz
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  • I just lately learned this reading manual last March. Ever since then, my very own boy and I were really keen in sticking with the guide. These days, my very own boy do not need my help to go through books. My son feels certainly positive and is doing wonderful in Kindergarten currently.. Research about this reading book on Google. The guidebook’s name is Elena Readoρiz
    thanks

  • Basically everyone is dyslexic in the chat, Im watching this to understand ny friend, honestly. My friend group literally treats our best friend, who is dyslexic, the same as us. She is one of us, We are all freaking funny idiots, we are all real crazy and funny. GO GURLLLLLLLL, If she watches this, and sees my comment, You are great KK

  • People don’t know this �� But Dyslexia is a lot more that just “reading” problems, there are thousands of types, it is also a type of ADHD, 20% percent of people with dyslexia also suffer with very bad concentration and awareness problems!!!

  • “Am I just a total edgy kid with dyslexia or I find it pure annoying when the teacher breathes
    In your face and asked every 5 minutes if you need help. I love how people try to help me but I can do things my self JUST fine.”
    Bella Malfoy
    FYI Also, no hate. This is my opinion for ME. No one else.

  • For me I’m dyslexic and i was in second grade wen we know and my parent wen I was in first grade and I was learning stuff like 34+65 and my mom was yelling at cause I did not understand how to my parents don’t act like I’m dyslexic my grandma knows I’m dyslexic and she better I hate my mom she calls me dumb restarted stupid idiot dumbass dumbest kid she’s ever met and it suck it like it sucks I can’t do slot of stuff I cry every night every day she calls me somthing like that

  • At 14 months old, my boy has began to read simple things and that I carried out the training. Even though I`m hesitant with regards to coaching my son how to read at 14 months, I made the decision to get it done and also put to use this studying guide. My son can easily now read through an entire publication without my assistance at 2 years and 4 months.. Get this reading guide by Google. The guidebook’s name is Elena Readoρiz
    nice day

  • My 3 year old was able to read like a grade 1 student and my five-year-old read some books similar to a 2nd grader student immediately after Four months. The final results seriously surpassed my expectations. My young boy were able to get through to this reading level through this reading guide. The manual is systematic. This makes the guideline very easy to adhere to by the boys. Research about this reading book by Google. The program’s name is Elena Readoρiz
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  • Why is it the person that cant read and spell but yet can do so many other creative thing’s why is this person labeled as or seen as not very smart or looked down on or made to feel like there’s something wrong with them….

    It’s 1 thing out of tons of other things…..
    Maybe the fact that The English language is retarded and makes no sense when it comes to spelling or even reading….

    Iv noticed it seems the people who are only good with words and use big words all the time…these people seem to be the ones making fun of us dyslexic people….why is that?

    Id like to see them try to do anything else….
    Heres one Try multi tasking or try triple multi tasking

  • Their is also 2 types of dyslexia one because of the brain structure which gives you certain gifts And one if that gives you the negative side of dyslexia from brain damage low amount of people have the brain damage one

  • He is so brave I found out I had Dsylexia in college. If I didn’t get diagnosed I wouldn’t have graduated it is so important to have people who understand this disorder.

  • I’m struggling to teach my 6yo daughter. It’s kinda frustrating for me as a mom. It’s horrible when you teach her everyday. I dont know how to deal with it til’ now. I hope she could pass and get the average scores. that would be more than enough for me

  • I began coaching my very own boy to learn to read at 14 months. Even though I am reluctant with regards to teaching him how to read at a very young age, I decided to apply it and also used this reading tip. Now that he`s two years and four months old, he can read an entire book without having me helping him. Research about this reading book on Google. The guidebook’s name is Elena Readoρiz
    nice day

  • I have dyslexia and going to be a freshman but my Redding level is 5 grade the reason why I’m going to be a freshman is cuz my teacher dont want to have me in the Classroom cuz I’m slow so all they do I give me a low grade but not to low I can’t go to next year of school

  • I have 2 boys. The first one is 3 years old who reads similar to a first grader now. And the another one is 5 years of age is a lot like a 3rd grader student already in reading. I did not expect for these good results. My boys were able to get through to this reading level thanks to this reading manual. The guidebook is systematic. This makes the guideline very easy to check out by the boys. Research about this reading book by Google. The program’s name is Elena Readoρiz
    all the best

  • The thing with me is I can’t remember anything I can’t write on paper and I can’t do math mostly at all I get made fun of all the time

  • I too have it and my classmates made fun of me and the teachers thought that I was just not interested in improving my reading and spelling… But eventually I learned to deal with it. It’s really nice to know that there are people like me and there are others to help us deal with it.

  • It truly is exceptional to watch my girl read and become truly comfortable over it at the same time! It really is indeed remarkable. Immediately after a week from beginning this reading guidebook, she can, in fact, spell 3-letter words by herself and not from his memory! Research about this reading book by Google. The guidebook’s name is Elena Readoρiz
    nice day

  • What does this have to do with dyslexia? This is a very common spelling error or misunderstanding amongst a majority of the population.

  • At one year old and 2 months, my very own son has started to read and I also carried out the coaching. I made a decision to train him the right way to read a few things even at a very early age with this reading strategy though I used to be unwilling regarding it. My boy can easily today read a whole publication without guide at two years and 4 months.. Research about this reading book by Google. The program’s name is Elena Readoρiz
    Take care

  • I just found out that I am Dyslexic After going through Life filling dumb, Inadequate, Abandoned. Divorced from 10 years of marriage with two boys, I am now fighting to get on my feet, a place of my own for 50/50 Custody over my boys. It is killing me to not be able to hold my boy, to talk to my boys,  and wake up in the morning from them jumping on my bed. I am writing a Manga comic about my life, wrapped in fiction to help me vent my frustration. I have graduated high school bin to college. I am a Whole life fashion designer of 20 years, graphic artist for 15 years & animator for 2 years. Is there anyone out there that can help Me organize my life? o yea and i am ADD

  • My partner is quite proud of his own son’s reading skills and also he`s sharing his story to everybody. With the help of this reading guideline, my own hubby were well guided on to train our own boy. We used to read to him before going to sleep, but right now he picks out.
    his very own textbooks and reads to us. Get this reading guide on Google. The guidebook’s name is Elena Readoρiz
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  • Appreciate Video clip! Excuse me for the intrusion, I am interested in your initial thoughts. Have you researched Millawdon Future Ticket Trick (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now)? It is a good one off product for teaching children to read minus the normal expense. Ive heard some incredible things about it and my mate at very last got cool results with it.

  • Thanks for the video content! Forgive me for the intrusion, I am interested in your opinion. Have you ever tried Millawdon Future Ticket Trick (erm, check it on google should be there)? It is a good one of a kind product for teaching children to read without the hard work. Ive heard some super things about it and my old buddy Taylor at last got cool success with it.

  • I’m 13, and was diagnosed w dyslexia & ADD, along w other things I can’t spell a couple weeks ago. I’ve spent last few weeks being told what I can’t do anymore, I can’t take a foreign language course, or take tests in the classroom, & I’m being taken out of classes I’ve been in since kindergarten. I have to start taking meds and get therapy and my life has sorta been flipped.
    But I just wanted to say thank you because it’s videos like this ones that remind me of what I can do:)

  • I have a lot of trouble understanding how someone could literally see the words moving all around the page as my friend’s child explained recently. She says she sees the words moving upsidedown and turning backwards.She seems to mean it literally. I have no issue understanding having poor reading comprehension, as I have a lot of trouble reading and retaining Japanese kanji or Korean. I can relate to it in that sense. I don’t really grasp the literally seeing things moving that aren’t moving, though. I wonder if anyone can explain that aspect of it to me a little bit better. Google searches don’t seem to bring up a lot of info about that specifically; they usually just have general blurbs about how dyslexia affects reading comprehension. I’m more fascinated by the actual experience of seeing words tossing around the page.

  • THis is bullshit. There are not lots of different kinds of brains. There are two kinds. One that goes one way and the other goes the other way. All left handed people are dyslexic, the ones who aren’t just don’t know it yet. Dyslexia gets worse the older one gets. Young people find tricks to get around the impossibility of reading from left to right. As they get older, their brain tires and they give up reading books, newspapars, and get depressed or go a bit crazy. Unfortunately in our modern world, they are bombarded with words all of the time, thanks to the constant stream of advertising signs in which we live today. There is no escape. To a person who has been educated at a young age to read the wrong way, left to right reading chews their brain. Reading for a left handed person is like voluntarily putting your brain through a mincing machine. iT’s a pity we don’t read right to left like Muslims, as this would benefit all and there would be no ‘dyslexia. Right to left reading is the way of creativity, which is what we all want in the world today. We don’t want any more right handed boring 1+ 1= 2 thinking, one brick on top of another. We want creative, artistic, free thinking. 375 x 7.25 million =? That’s the type of thinking we like. Poets. Musicians. Artists. Not warmongers and empire builders. This is why Muslims are taking over the world, in a non-violent cultural victory, thanks to their superior writing direction. IF evreyone wrote right to left, there would be no more wars.

  • In African they just say you dumb, i only new how to read and write when i was 20, with the help of autocorrection on smart phones too… now i know it was a disease called Dyslexia….. kinda feel better after watching this video, carried the shame all this years, now am 30, and i read perfectly 95%…

  • Hi, excellent animation, thank you. I’ m a french socialworker, and i’m looking for a french translation of your video. Is it possible?

  • damn i have a dislexia and im trying to read books every day,im getting tricky while reading the big mistakes are in my paragraphs english isnt my main language anyway when i tried to write a paragraph about somthing i do alot of mistakes in a moment im bored about this issue my country cant be helpful to me my parents are getting sad when i got bad marks in my school

  • We don’t see moving letters it’s not blurry nothing is different in seeing if you see different it’s a sign you need glasses. We hear some things differently tho I hear pen as pin some times and I hear pot as pat sometimes spelling is my enimy

  • I have dyslexia since birth but there a lot of side effects that others don’t know about much.But creativity is my strength as a dyslexic.

  • I didn’t knew much about dyslexia, till now that one of my friend told me about it, well I had really hard time while I was at school, my family used to take me to different schools punish me and so many horrible things happened in my life while I was in school, I once tried to commit suicide when I was in 10th grade, I had difficulty reading three languages which are mostly common in Afghanistan which is Persian, Pashto and English, there’s a lot of things for saying, thanks to this YouTube channel for opening people’s mind about people with dyslexia and thanks to auto directory for helping me writing this comment

  • I have dyslexia and I love taking watches apart jus to re-build them again. I also like building stuff without the instructions ��

  • I just lately uncovered this specific reading tutorial last March. My young man and I have already been really serious in performing reading training since then. Nowadays, my young man don`t require my help to learn textbooks. My liitle boy feels seriously positive and is doing great in Kindergarten this year.. Get this reading guide by Google. The program’s name is Elena Readoρiz
    nice day

  • Let technology read for you and paint pictures in your head.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/jabezlebret/2019/04/01/using-text-to-speech-technology-to-assist-dyslexic-students/

  • Thanks for this. I subscribed. I’m homeschooling my dyslexic daughter. I know she’s trying hard but it’s very frustrating. I hope to do things more effective for her

  • I can totally relate to this as I don’t have the ‘common dyslexic problems’ I get the blurry effect on some days. When I write I write in a fist grip to help my writing be neater. I get head aches while working. I have a love and hate relationship with reading. It gives me like sea sickness but then I enjoy knowledge. But I have low concentration. If I am not kept busy I will start doodling tapping with my fingers. Daydreaming etc. I struggle to hear what someone says with loads of background noises. I can hear the word oreo and think they said lollie. I still can’t so the alphabet, vowels or tie my shoes laces right. I ain’t good at catching unless it’s a big ball or most team sports. It took till I was 6 for me to finally get reading. I still struggle with spelling I couldn’t spell simple words until I was 7. I still can’t do all my time tables but I do try hard. I still can’t do left or rights without visualising my hand being held in an l shape and even then it took a while for me to see the l shape. I write with a fist grip and without looking most of the time as it causes me to get a headache. I am seen as a tpee (nerd) as I try really hard and seem really smart. But I fail in maths because of times tables and I see numbers and words that are not there. If I get something I can zoom through something really fast. But if I don’t I lose concentration and start doodling, talking or daydreaming.

  • Last March, I came across this reading guideline. Ever since then, my boy and i also were genuinely enthusiastic in pursuing the tutorial. As of the moment, my son can read some books with out my assistance. He`s at this point in his Pre-school as well as he is extremely confident in the lessons. Research about this reading book by Google. The guidebook’s name is Elena Readoρiz
    all the best

  • I have dyslexia and I thy and hide it from other people but when I seen this is know that I can be whatever I want to be in life and no one can tell me that I can’t do I just learn different that’s all

  • I really wish I wasn’t dyslexic, people in school make me feel as if I don’t deserve the exams results I get because I have a scribe and extra time in exams.

  • Thank you for sharing this video. I in understand Dyslexia better now I have seen this video. You need to give them time and be patient with them. Just like Autistic people.

  • Sometimes when people talk to me everything they say goes straight over my head and when they’re finished talking, I have no idea what they were just talking about. Also when I read books/ articles etc… I have to reread each phrase more than 4 times to just try and understand what it means. It makes like really difficult sometimes! It’s weird because I was in all academic classes at school! Now I’m 21 and I’m seriously wondering if I have dyslexia?? What do I do?? It’s extremely frustrating not being able to read properly especially because I want to study to become a Paramedic. Also the other day I was in the car with my family and it took me a solid half an hour to send a text message that was about half as long as this message! It took me so long because I had to keep reading through it and every time my family would talk I’d have to start again because I got distracted so easily and I find it really hard to concentrate. Do I have dyslexia?

  • I have dislexia im not good at speling or maths i only no time tables 12345 and 9 but im good at alot of other things so if you do have dislexia you ar still smart you just lern in a difrent way
    Ps alot of famos people ar dislecic ��������

  • i didnt find out i had dyslexia until i was 20 years old i struggled threw school as a child but no one picked up on it until i was in further education and on a college course where the tutor had someone come in and screen us for dyslexia ever since i have used pink paper to write on and 2 different coloered overlays to help me read and i have to write in blue ink only and the font on the paper needs to be size 18
    i still get embaressed tho because im the only one in my class who uses overlays and pink paper

  • I got diagnosed with dyslexia at 12, my school thought i wouldn’t go far. At 15 they said i had no hope at passing any gcses; i passed all with b’s and c’s. At 16, after my GCSEs I decided to take english A level (along with 2 others), i passed with a B grade despite teachers pleading me not to even consider taking it as one of my A level subjects. Now im working as a TA in a primary school and im so proud of how far I have come. So what i have to use a dictionary to help me spell or that I cant read out loud to the children. I use my lack of organisation and word jumbling up in my favour, its almost a joke to my family and those who know me well. I want to inspire any of them who may be struggling as I never had a positive role model like that. Don’t let dyslexia stop you!

  • Hello I’m Rachel year my story… I’m dyslexia. All dyslexia different year. School and high school year math, English and wittred hard work long… not fast I’m slowly later hurry work. Childhood pen down… Mess pen paper unhappy year school next high school grew work long hours hard work slowly hurry lady deaf I. Say “Rachel you time hurry work finish!” Unhappy don’t want test work I’m failed. Later month see different class art, music and playhouse. I’m working art long think different picture art week work art. Watch TV cartoon color next book color think see same color cartoon character. I’m work craft long later year college school t.a. travel bus find shop work shirt off bag faster work year my Papa fast work miss Papa. Different work year I’m dyslexia different all stop bullying year school. My name Rachel I’m 24 year dyslexia story.

  • Respect dyslexic kids
    Because they’re secretly trained kids who were descended from gods and live in a summer camp with different creatures and monsters….

  • I used to score 0 and now I am one of the top graded students in my class.. This makes my parents think that I overcame my dyslexia. But that isn’t true. I forget the spelling all the very time, I forget the sums my brother made me understand just 10 mins ago, it takes me a at least 2 days to understand just one lesson. But for others it’s quick and easy. Yes I am into drawing

  • Really love this…used it with a pupil recently, and he found it really useful. It enabled him to tell adults about the parts that resonated with him so they were able to understand more about how dyslexia impacted on him. Thank you, BDA for an excellent resource which I shall be recommending to children/young people and their families and professionals too.

  • I was never “diagnosed” or was told I have dyslexia. I recently found out when a friend of mine told me after I told her that I sometimes mix up the letters b and d, o and a, j and g, and others too, but for some reason, I can mix up numbers too. Like 1 and 9, or sometimes, I mix up a 2 for another number. Are the numbers part normal for a person with dyslexia?

  • This is a nice video.
    Also, I learn quicker with certain teachers or students. Even if we’re doing the same topic… working it out the same way. Is that a Dyslexic thing, or is it just me?

  • This is wonderful! Going to check out the TPT. My 6 yr old is dyslexic and I’m at a loss on how to teach him even though I’m also dyslexic.

  • So I have a question. My boyfriend (16) has dyslexia, and struggles a lot with reading in front of others and writing. He has a lot of issues with peers and even family that judge him. He has tried a lot of things to help his dyslexia but at this point has given up. I am very patient with him and help him with whatever I can but i want to know how I can help him try to figure things out and help him read/write better?

    TL;DR I want to help my dyslexic and frustrated boyfriend better understand reading and writing as much as possible. Any advice?

  • My very own boy has problem reading books though he already graduated from kindergarten. His own instructor claimed he would not be able to carry on or even catch in 1st grade And wished to hold him back. But I didn’t lose hope right until I located this program, a reading tutorial. His own reading talents are great for the 1st grade pupil and his improvement truly surprised the instructor. She also brought up the story to others. Research about this reading book on Google. The program’s name is Elena Readoρiz
    nice day

  • It’s impressive to find your boy read books well and you not bother about it. It is indeed wonderful. Soon after one week from commencing this reading tutorial, she can easily, the truth is, spell 3-letter words and phrases by herself and not from his memory! Get this reading guide by Google. The reading guide’s name is Elena Readoρiz
    Good

  • Child have difficulty in learning and parents have to help child out..take long time To learn not mistake in reading and waiting.. hope everythings Will be good…child progress

  • It bothers me to see while you tried to teach to differentiate the words that most people get mixed up with, proper noun was not capitalized, and there was no proper punctuation to the sentences. By the end of the video I still don’t understand what is being taught, sorry.

  • The words THERE, THEIR & THEY’RE sound the same.. writing them in a sentence puts them IN CONTEXT.. that plus the coloured pencils.. is ALL TO HELP VISUAL MEMORY STICK… took me ages to work out what he was trying to do cos he hadn’t said.. LOl 😉

  • So glad things like this exist for young people so they can at lest understand a bit better. I have no doubt it’s still a very hard road to travel, but my hope is that it is at least a little less difficult than it has been for me.

  • I have got 2 boys. The first one is Three years old who also reads just like a grade 1 by now. And the another one is 5 years old is a lot like a third grader already in reading some books. I didn`t anticipate for these good results. I trained my little ones to read some books through this wonderful studying tutorial. It is so perfectly structured that any boy can learn to read with it. Research about this reading book on Google. The guidebook’s name is Elena Readoρiz
    nice day

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  • I found that my brain processes korean writing as pictures for some reason, so I can glance at some korean writing without reading it properly and then look away, and I can recall the text as an image in my memory and read the rest of the sentence in my brain, its really weird lol, is this what a photographic memory is like? it only seems to work for korean for me XD

  • My partner is quite pleased with his son’s learning capabilities and also he`s sharing his story to anyone. Through the help of this reading guideline, my own husband were guided on to practice our boy. Prior to our son goes to bed, we read a few things to him a textbook yet now, it is completely the opposite. He is the one finding a book to learn and also he is reading to us, instead. Research about this reading book on Google. The reading guide’s name is Elena Readoρiz
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  • I began training my very own boy to learn to read at one year old and 2 months. I made the decision to coach him the best way to read even at a really early age by using reading tip even though I was hesitant about it. My son can easily now read through a whole book without my aid at 2 years and four months.. Research about this reading book on Google. The guidebook’s name is Elena Readoρiz
    nice day

  • My 6 year old child teacher says he may have dyslexia. I can’t believe it. He does find reading and writing difficult. But hes only 6 and in his 1st year at school so think it madness to label him! Ok hes not as good as the others in his class but to make him do spelling tests every Friday is not exactly helping. He is progressing every week and loves going to school. Hes very bright, plays well and never gets in trouble. I think something somewhere in the teaching side of things is not quite right I dont know it’s like if the teacher says its dyslexia then they wont get in trouble for poor result which reflects their work related pay & 13 weeks holiday a year. poor boy isn’t stupid but if this is how its gonna go it’s a long road ahead. We both read to him every night he just cant get the hang of most slightly hard words what’s peoples people’s thoughts ta

  • For example the confusion of ‘their’ with ‘thier’ would be typical of dyslexia. Grammatical errors are not typical of dyslexia.

  • Hi my name is immy and I love wrighting but I struggle to find the words. So I doodle and move mu hands �� in a round thingy I forgot the word. It is very I don’t know. Calming fealing, I kinda like the feel of the pen wrighting. I am still in primery school and get told off for doodling when I am meant to be doing my work, I then tell my teachers why I doodle and they send me out the class for lying ��. But I Don’t lie to them. The lie to the class. I then get corridor time which is kinda like detention but during break cus I am not in secondery school we can’t have detention. So what have I learnt from school.??? �� �� ��

    APSOLUTLY NOTHING!!!
    OK school sucks

  • Excellent video, thank you so much for sharing. What is the program in use in the video the flip chart being used for sentences with the younger children? Also, who makes the whiteboards with the lines printed on them to scaffold handwriting?

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  • What advice can you give to bilingüal students? Do the therapies have to be in their native language or in english? My son is 6 years old in first grade, we live in Honduras but he is studying in a bilingual school with english as second language. It was recently diagnose with ADHD and also dislexia.

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  • My sister has dyslexia, shes in fourth grade and is only reading at a 1st grade level. I try to help her read a lot but she gets frustrated and i wanna know how to help her. Any advice?

  • Apps are a great way to teach just about anything, especially dyslexics who are usually very visual. Here is a great resource (which includes teaching aides, reading program apps, help with reversals, etc.): https://blastofftolearningpress.com/onlineGames.html

  • Great advice for teachers. I struggle with dyslexia and learned to overcome many challenges using several of these tips… it works!!

  • I disagree that; “technology makes things better” some of my greatest frustrations was dealing with navigating through and using the online application called SEIS!!

  • Hello!! im currently working on an app for dyslexia, and I’ve been meaning to ask people who had used those kind of apps: what kind of feature you would like to see??
    Regards Mirlu:)

  • May 21st 2020 does that mean those with dyslexia don’t need to go to a Catholic school or Christian school because they don’t really help you they just pass you on as long as the parents can pay for the next following year or the parents don’t end up divorced. Then you’re screwed you put in a public school system and you don’t get to learn anything. If you would keep these words and phrases on your YouTube channel longer so people can download what you’re trying to say I mean snapshots.