Grammar and Picture Thinking

Jun 22, 2013 | Literacy

Grammar and picture thinking


Dyslexics, usually highly intelligent and creative thinkers, are tending to use the right side of the brain to a greater extend. That hemisphere is visual, creative, intuitive – (the left side is predominant in more linear, logical and auditory learners). Most nouns fit very well into the visual range, as they can picture a cat, a house, a tree – they can imagine seeing them, hearing, smelling, sensing, tasting or feeling the meaning of these words. It is the absence of nouns that cause most of the trouble, the substitution of a noun with a pronoun etc. These words follow in the lessons to come.


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