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Learning Disabilities There is A Cure: Visual Discrimination

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

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how to make sure that your child is working at his full potential

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developing visual discrimination

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learning disabled children are children who initially had average just superior

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i'd use but also have serious signing skill deficiencies

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

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the basic learning skills our visual perception

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visual memory auditory perception and auditory memory

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if children week in any of these areas it will affect the way they learn bulk

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in and out of school

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but particularly with school related subjects

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their perception

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isn't general term used to describe the processing in interpreting a visual

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information

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visual discrimination

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inbounds visual attention and the ability to distinguish between visual

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stimuli such as words

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especially that which is similar but not the same

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visual discrimination is essential for the development of good reading

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and spelling

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one of the most common recognize learning skills is visual discrimination

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involves the ability to process an intrepid information that is vishal

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visual discrimination involved the ability to see likenesses and

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differences

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in pictures symbols numbers letters poured in words

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tender child

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recognize the difference between a baseball and a soccer ball

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a two and a three

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a cattle c energy

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and words such as

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now

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win

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dusty pre see the difference between

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abhi an empty

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the words was inside

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or do they like the same to him

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there is sometimes in misconception that children who reversed be cindy's

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are wasn't soft

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actually see these words in reverse

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this is not the case

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it is not that they see the words mean for star trek how they perceive the

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words

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it has a lot to do with i'd movement moving eyes from left to right lobe

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reading

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some children will read was first thought and soft fur was sometimes

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that not call the time

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it depends on whether or not they are moving their eyes across the word combat

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too bright our right to left

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in addition it is not uncommon for parents to become concerned that their

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child

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who is just beginning to read

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may be learning disabled when they see their child reversing bs empties are

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reading was first off

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however it is important for parents to understand

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peddling disabled child has many other going still weaknesses besides visual

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discrimination

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and that beginning readers often

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confuse beads and bees

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simply because they have not yet internalized the directionality of the

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letters

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therefore when parents see this happen

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they should not panic

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rather work with their child to try to help him internalize the correct

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direction of these letters

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however

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the child continues to have difficulties with be empty reversals

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and you noticed other minor perceptual amp greasy such as reading his as he in

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is on

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as bear x at around

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and they should consider that child may need to be tested

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to find out if he is learning disabled

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or simply needs work for the development visual perceptual skills

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when a child confuses words that are similar but not the same

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it is extremely helpful to work with the child using the back technique

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visual auditory chemist that i

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tactile

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whereby the child traces the letters

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saying the names of the letters

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re in reading the word after he traces the letters

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he then sees it

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it's the motion and feel of the letters

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enter sequence as he traces each word

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he should trace the letters as many times as he needs to

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until he feels the heat real truly knows the word

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this is an

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excellent way to help the child to overcome confusion between similar words

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is important to note however that there are other forms a visual discrimination

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problems

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such as omitting the letters that are dear

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or any weddings that are not there

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for example but i'll tell you read the word truck as tuck

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omitting the arc

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are back

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as black

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adding the l

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he may not receive words correctly because he does not focus and on the

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bottles

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or consonants

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he made read book as took

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or find as fun

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it is extremely important for parents and teachers to point out differences

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and similar words and to have students work on exercises

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help them develop their ability to get surely noticed these differences

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putting words that are commonly confused anna flashcard and having students study

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them is also very helpful

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for example

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if a child confuses went and want to

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frequently

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the parent or teacher e sharepoint out the differences in the two words and

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then click went want on one side of the flashcard

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and want

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went on the other

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they should have the child review these words frequently until they have

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internalized the difference between the two words

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other helpful tools our visual discrimination workbooks

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especially those that

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focus on the most commonly misperceived words

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they help students to move their eyes from left to right across that work

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looking carefully at the beginning

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metals and and that's the words

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and stress the importance of noting differences in words that are similar

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but not the thing

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for further information on visual discrimination and the workbook visual

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discrimination noting differences and frequently misperceived words

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check out the following website

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for more information all of the learning skills that affect learning disabled

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children

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including information i cant coordination study in writing skills

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the correct a reading approach except around

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read the book learning disabilities

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