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Learning Disabilities There is a Cure: Auditory Memory

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A major segment of our patients have been misdiagnosed with ADD/ADHD. They often have language or auditory processing deficits.

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learning disabilities there is a cure how to make sure that your child is

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working at his full potential

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this is the first in a series

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entitled to developing fishermen

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learning disabled children are children who indicated that the average to secure

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your i_q_s but also have serious learning skill deficiencies

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generally they are working to get to a two and half years below grade level

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the basic learning skills our visual perception

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visual memory

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autry perception an auditory memory

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if children are weak in any of these areas

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it will affect the way they learn both in and out of school but particularly

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with school related subjects

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since the development of learning skills is not generally included in basic

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school curriculums

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many children especially learning disabled children find it difficult to

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learn in the traditional school setting

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in addition there those children who

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are not what we we classify as learning disabled

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who may have some learning skill weaknesses

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and as a result

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are not working up to their full potential

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often these children perform well in school

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but their teachers and parents know that they have been potential to do better

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they are often the children who study for a test

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and seem to know the material the night before

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but on the day of the test experience difficulty remembering it

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or they may appear to be listening attentively in class but when it comes

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to remembering this material percy worker homework

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cannot remember all of the terms and must spend time searching for the

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answers

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if children have a weakness

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in one or more of the learning skill in areas

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they can seriously affect their overall performance in school

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i am going to speak to you about learning skill areas

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how they affect children

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and what can be done to help children so that they can learn is usually as any

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other

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children in their classroom

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the first in the series

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is the learning skills of visual memory

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researchers have determined that eighty percent of all learning takes place by

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means ab fissionable maulik

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that means that the major part of what tilden learn in school

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requires a need for good visual skill development

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memory involves being able to look at a stimulus

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such as a word

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making image in your mind at that word and then recall it when it is no longer

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present

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for example of the teacher introduces a new word

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she writes it on the talk board

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the children might spell it

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then read it

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and use it in a sentence then the teacher erases it

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now most children well having image of their mn in their mind of the word

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but for a child with a visual memory deficiency once the word is erased

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they might not be able to recognize the same word in your reader or history book

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for example

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or to recall the wordpress telling her writing

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once it is erased it is gone

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this poses a serious problems and causes students to have a very weak

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safe appear gallery

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very hard time with spelling and a very difficult time remembering terms on

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tests

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believe it or not even accused a child can have a weakness and one of the

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learning skills

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areas such as visual memory

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and although they may be performing overall a very high level

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they may have some weaknesses

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keep them from learning with ease

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for example is not uncommon to find a gifted child

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who is a porous

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now we know that seventy to seventy five percent

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about english words can be spelled phonetically

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but that the remainder cannot

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so we have to recall them by you seem to learning skills visual her memory

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i remember working with the young man in junior high school who was in the gifted

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and talented program and rightly so

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he was extremely bright

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yeah whenever this child handed in his work

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there were misspelled words ever

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now this student was an excellent reader

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and he had read the word were

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thousands of times

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yet when he spelled that he spelled it

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as w hyatt are

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w h_r_

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or w eve are rarely w_t_i_ ricky

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well he could remember terms for susser studies and science

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he could not remember how to spell those terms

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his visual recall of the detail

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of words that is the individual letters in the word

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this very poor

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yours a call in the course of working with students who had serious visual

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memory weaknesses i discovered that these children did not really look

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at words

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they did not focus on the detail of the words

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that is the individual letters of the word when they red

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and therefore did not hold the word in their mind

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please stay with students were all

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very poor spellers

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however i also discovered

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that there were some tilden who'd get focused on the individual letters of

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words

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but who are unable to view words in terms of their common word parts of

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syllables

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as a result word like interesting

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was furious if it were either eleven separate units or letters instead of

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four days of information this grouped into four syllables

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these are the students who experience difficulty

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developing a good site for cable airy and remembering terms for example for

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sub sister decent science

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researchers have determined

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that the most recent take and in any one time is six units of information

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so if you are trying to remember the bird interesting as if it were eleven

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separate units of information or eleven letters

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it is an impossible task

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however

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if you put you the word interesting

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by grouping the letters into four syllables

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than it is these each retain

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so i began to tried various techniques to try to help children to develop

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their visual recall

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i get beat up on the technique that worked

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and is my students progressed i realize that after three years i havent designed

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an entire program to develop visual memory upwards

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since most of what shown are faced with in school involves the recall of words

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i found this to be extremely helpful and many areas but especially in the reading

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writing

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and spelling development

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most young unwed gear

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serious visual memory weaknesses need to be taught

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within visual memory program that teaches the skill

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starting at the letter span level but the child is at

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and working up the step

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by step for example

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beef three-letter stand to a four-letter stand than a five exp

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without the development of good visual memory skills it is extremely difficult

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for children to learn with ease

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with the development of visual memory

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the learning about subjects becomes easier and as a result students develop

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or competence and their ability

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and our better able to work at their full potential

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for further information undeveloped english in memory of words

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entities

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visual memory program

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