Reading for Dyslexics

Oct 2, 2013 | Literacy

Sam reading Harry Potter on his last day of the course. It shows the three ways of reading, the last one being for comprehension. It’s a good idea to ask specific questions to make sure the reader understands 100 % of the material, without having to read over the text several times.

It will be a wonderful preparation for Sam when he is off to High School in a few year’s time and his brain will already be accustomed to paying attention to every detail of the text he is reading.

At school Sam was told to stop at a full stop and take a breath. That’s good advice, but making a movie in their head is even better. For visual learners this is the best way to remember things they are reading.

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