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Learning Disabilities There is a Cure: Developing Visual memory

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Cure is a strong word, but learning new ways to learn can lead to life-changing experiences.

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learning disabilities there is secure developing your child's learning scale

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how to make sure that your child is working its full potential

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developing auditory memory

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listening skills

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lane disabled children are children who innately have average to superior excuse

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but also hit series flying skill deficiencies

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generally they're working to determine here years below grade level

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if a child in a serious weakness in any of the four basic learning skills of

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visual perception

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visual memory auditory perception

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or auditory memory

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it will affect the weight

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a towel aaron spoke in and out of school but particularly with school related

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subjects

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

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curriculums

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many children especially learning disabled children

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find it difficult to learn in the traditional school setting

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with the development of these learning skills however

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along with the basic reading and math skills

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these children can learn just like any other children

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in our first session on learning disabilities we talked about the

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importance of developing visual memory

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another extremely important skill that all children must have well-developed in

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order to learn ladies

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is audit train them

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the most prevalent but most often overlooked learning skill deficiencies

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auditory memory

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auditory memory involves being able to take information that is presented to

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you or early

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process that information

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store in your mind

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and then we call which you have heard

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basically involves the task of attending

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listening processing storing and recalling

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a weakness in auditory memory can have serious consequences

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in the realm of learning for students

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because students pickup only bits and pieces of what is being said

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during a classroom lecture

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ninety nine percent of those children who have attention deficit disorder czar

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hyperactivity

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or who are classified as some anything about

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have serious weaknesses and the auditory memory areas

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in addition there are those children who are not completely classifies learning

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disabled

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or children with a_d_

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dealer immediately steve

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who have serious of

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weaknesses

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an auditory memory

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it can be difficult

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at times for a teacher or parent to spot the sweetness

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because these children look as if they are focusing on the teacher

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being attentive

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when actually they are taking in very little of what is being said

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good listing does not just happen

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with many people

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adults included

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it needs to be taught

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students with auditory memory deficiencies often experience difficulty

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developing a good understanding of our only presented okanagan larry

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and their meanings

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remembering terms in information for history and science

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and following are old direction

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research is proven nikita aspect of listening to specific unto itself

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that is that different parts of the brain control different types of

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listening

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for example one part of your brain controls listening for what we call

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isolated units of information

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are information presented in the series

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if a student is given a series of letters numbers are words

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kenny held them in his mind and recall that

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when someone tells us how to spell a word

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we need to attend to a series of worley presented letters

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hold them in our minds and we call them as we write out the word

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attention listening and recall of series of words is constantly involved in

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learning

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but particularly in relation to history and science

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teacher teaches her students

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for example

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at the five great lakes are cure and ontario

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michigan eerie in superior

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kelley student recall the series of names

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series are barley presented numbers are frequently use during math class by the

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teacher

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for example a teacher may say

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turn to page five in your math books and do the multiplication online stew

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five and seven

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tell us to do you remember

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pride and seven

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or does he have his hand up asking the teacher to repeat the series

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throughout this school based didn't say required to recall theories of letters

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numbers and words

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if the student has a weakness in this area

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it will seriously affect his ability to learn

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wikis

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another part of the brain controls listing for information pre send it in

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context

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such as in a sentence short passage

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something that communicates information

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when a teacher is speaking students need to attend to what the teacher is saying

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make sense out of what is being sent

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form images in their mind and recall what the teacher has sent

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time your child is very young help him or her to for example

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memorized songs nursery rhymes and to listen to simple directions and then

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tell you what he is supposed to do

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this is a great preparation for listening and school

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you can help your child to learn by listening to tapes with songs that

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present number fax

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the months of the year and so forth and then courage him to memorize and recycle

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songs

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teach your child to listen to telephone number is grouping the numbers in a

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series of three or four numbers to happen sword

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and store the information in his mind

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for example

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two one five four four six

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four four three one

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is easier to recall than trying to remember each number without grouping

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them

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if your child can recall of series

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let's say three numbers easily

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they were given a series of four numbers and working tilly can master that level

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for example say

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johnny can you repeat these numbers after me

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keep on working at the port number span until you keep each and repeat the

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numbers easily

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but at least three exercises in a row

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and increase the numbers being tified numbers

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parents should work also work on this with a series of letters

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and words

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work with series of numbers letters and words

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gradually increasing

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the spanned as the child masters each level

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auditory sequential memory workbooks are also very helpful for educators and

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parents to use with their children to develop this essential skill

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there are some games it can be played to help children to become better

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listeners for information presented in context

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for instance there is the game i'm going to new york any nyc bakit i'm going to

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take

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toothbrush

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each person in the game takes a turn it repeating the whole sentence mentioning

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alter objects that went before

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incorrect order and then adding another object to the list

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players drop out of the game

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if they miss repeating an object incorrect order

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the winner is the last player in the game

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each time series becomes longer and longer

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allowing the child to focus in

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and what is being said visualize the items and we call them

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teaching children to listen to information presented in context

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should be an essential part

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of every curriculum

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teachers and parents

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mayank ask a child to repeat short spoken sentence perhaps two or three

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words such as

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the campgrounds

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once the child is

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mastered the repeating up a short sentence

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the sentence should be lengthened until eventually the child can recall very

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long sentences

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reading short paragraphs to a child and asking him to repeat but he has heard

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is also a good way to develop

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listening skills

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if the child is not be able to greece

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state the paragraph giving the main idea in supporting details

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the teacher parent should

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repeat the passage without giving the child any clues are asking any questions

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once the child can restated spoken work

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paragraph

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the paragraph presented orally can become longer and longer

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developing good auditory memory skills helps children to attend listen and

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recall to what they have heard

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builds confidence and allows them to learn we eat

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exercises to develop the skill of odette eran memory of numbers letters and words

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and information presented in context

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should be in the center part of every

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elementary curriculum

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for more information on auditory memory in the development of listening skills

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