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Problems Caused by Dyslexia

Summary: The definition of dyslexia and how the author's father suffered from it. Problems in reading for dyslexics are described. Plus, reasons for these difficulties are provided as well as suggestions on how teachers can include these students in lessons while enhancing the learning opportunities for students who can read well.
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My father is dyslexic and as a child was labelled stupid and disruptive by most of his classmates. As a result he had an unhappy time at school and consequently he ended up abandoning school at the age of sixteen, as he was made to feel incapable of learning literacy. His parents did not encourage and support him much either.

From the way he reads, writes and spells I assume that my father has a level of literacy of age 10. He is able to decipher words in reading but has problems with decoding and comprehending all of them especially long, new, words. He knows how to write but more often than not he has problems with spelling. When I was young I used to sympathise with him as he is an intelligent, wonderful person and yet he lacks to some extent, one of the most vital components...

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