The Research Problem
Writing, reading and spelling can be very difficult for students with the specific learning disability dyslexia. Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that affects developmental difficulty of language learning and cognition in students. Dyslexia is a term that is associated with a child’s inability to learn to read, write, and spell. Students with dyslexia have been considered lazy and make excuses for not being able to read, write and spell. There is much interest in how to “treat” dyslexia through identifying specific practices and techniques for developing and improving the learning process of students. What are the best teaching strategies to improve how students with dyslexia learn?
The Scope of the Problem
The classroom teacher is most often may confused by the student whose consistent underachievement appears due to what may look like carelessness, laziness or lack of effort. Students with dyslexia learn differently so educators required to make instructional adjustments if students with dyslexia are going to be successful in school. Many successful solutions have been developed over the past ten years to address these issues. Educators are required to use teaching strategies that will help students with dyslexia to read, write and spell easier. Through the collection of data using Google Scholar articles, Journals of Educational Psychology, Journals of Learning Disabilities, seminal sources and the use of state and government websites to gather information from scientific studies about dyslexia I have analyzed and interpreted data collected which suggest students with dyslexia are not lazy or dumb they just learn differently and require teaching strategies that adjust to their individual learning needs.
The Significance of the Problem
Understanding why students have problems reading, writing, and spelling can be a complex matter for the educator. Educators must addresses issues concerning how to teach student with...