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What reading really looks like when you're dyslexic

from GOOD Magazine

From May 14: Thirty years ago, when Christian Boer was first learning how to read, he made a lot of mistakes. His teacher didn't attribute his challenges to what would eventually be diagnosed as dyslexia. She just told Boer to try harder, and occasionally even called him lazy and stupid. Fortunately, awareness of dyslexia is much higher these days, and most of us have some vague sense that dyslexics see the letter "b" as "d" or "p." It's common to assume that we can train dyslexic children out of their habits, or that they'll eventually outgrow the affliction. more


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