Grammar for Dyslexics

Jun 22, 2013 | Literacy

First grammar lesson: NOUNS – which are mainly picture words and therefore not a big confusion for Dyslexics. They are like the anchors in a sentence. It is the absence of nouns that may cause disorientation and confusion for a Dyslexic reader.

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