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Dyslexia: Facts, Famous Figures, and Strengths
One-time class about dyslexia, successful people with dyslexia, and individual strengths
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This one-time class will consist of a small group of 3 to 8 participants ages 6 to 9. This class welcomes all levels. It will be relevant for students newly identified as well as students who have known they have dyslexia for a while. We will review some facts about dyslexia with the use of some visual slides that help show that students with dyslexia may have difficulty with speed and memory. However, students with dyslexia also have strengths such as visual aids, patterns, context,...
We will be able to answer the following questions. What is dyslexia? What are some misconceptions? Who are some successful people in various fields with dyslexia? We will then learn about the strengths some people with dyslexia exhibit and reflect on individual strengths.
Wilson Language Practitioner Certified Texas Teacher 21 years Dyslexia Specialist 6 years
No homework; however, students will be invited to create an "art" card on blank paper or an index card at home to remind them what they learned on the front and their strengths on the back.
one piece of blank paper or an index card pencil or pen preferred drawing materials: crayons, colored pencils, markers, etc.(optional)
Students will be invited to create an "art" card on blank paper or an index card at home to remind them what they learned on the front and their strengths on the back.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Dyslexia and Dysgraphia Specialist
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
I teach classes for students with the super power of dyslexia and dysgraphia. I’ve been a certified teacher in Texas for 21 years. I have been a certified Dyslexia Specialist for the last 6 years. I believe in building student’s confidence by...