Circulaire Costco - 01 Juillet 2018 - 31 Août 2018 - EXPIRÉ

Circulaire Costco - 01 Juillet 2018 - 31 Août 2018 - EXPIRÉ

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FOR YOUR HEALTH Dealing with dyslexia Untangling the words BY DON M. WINN ONE IN 1O PEOPLE has dyslexia. That means more than 700 million individuals worldwide have lifelong liter issues and t financial and self-esteem struggles that result. more than 50 per cent require specialized instruction to overcome reading or pro cessing challenges. These students respond well to a multisensory approach Common misconceptions about dyslexia "Children can outgrow dyslexia." FACT: Dyslexia is a lifelong difference in the way that includes visual, auditory, ac ine ia and tactile modalitie While traditional instruction centres the brain processes information on memorizing the alphabet and each let ter's individual sound, multisensory "Dyslexia is about social anxiety First documented about 130 years ago, dyslexia occurs when teaching methods allow children to gradu or lack of maturity" the brain develops. It is a neurological dif- ally understand their particular learnn ACT Dyslexia is not due to immaturity or social ficulty with decoding the written word, not styles and discover what lights up their nxiety; its a decoding problem in the brain. an intelligence issue. It's often hereditary, brains. They discover what they are pas and rarely gets noticed until a child enters sionate about. And these teaching strate- "People with dyslexia see things school and begins to strugglewith literacy. gies for dyslexics benefit all beginning backward; therefore, dyslexia is X1 a vision problem." As a dyslexic myself, I feltlike an aver readers, not just the struggling ones kid until I was in first grade. I couldn't understand why I struggled with readir writing, numbers, sequencing and direc calling things by their right names or fol maion difterently. tions. I felt ashamed and incapable of doing the work my teachers required If your preschooler has trouble identi FACT: People with dyslexia do not "see" things backward; their brains process language info ying rhyming words, pronouncing words, lowing instructions with more than one tories like mine are shared by thou- lary words than his or her peers, screening step, or speaks less or uses fewer vocabu- Kids wit and unmotivated. They just need to try harder." sands of fellow dyslexics for dyslexia is advisable. FACT: People with dyslexia must work harder than most. They have an inherent brain differ If your school-age child struggles with reading, seek out programs through his or when children learn to read, and after that her school to optimize the learning envi point they must be able to read with com ronment. Helpyour child cultivate alove of prehension in order to continue learning. story. Why? Readingwill always be tremen- Indeed, literacy is key for a healthy self dously hard work for dyslexic children, but Early diagnosis and intervention are crucial: There's a short window of time ence that requires above-average efforts to concept, learning practical life skills and when they truly love stories, the fact that with heroes of self-reference to develop optimal psychosocial development. they can experience a great story makes the sufficient love of story to persist with their reading efforts. If they can develop tenac I learned to love stories by reading ity and an identity as a reader, they may no exciting adventures about others who,like longerthink of themselves as a bad reader, me, felt overwhelmed and struggled with but as someone who loves to read, no mat While some dyslexics become adequate readers through traditional instruction, hard work of reading worthwhile. THECOSTCOCONNECTION Costco members will find a variety of books, as well as a selection of reading exercise books, at Costco warehouses. confidence, but eventually overcame their challenges. Psychology calls this phenom enon discovering a hero of self-reference. Struggling readers need engaging stories ter how much effort it requires. C Don M. Winn is an award-winning author and dysleaia advocate (donwinn.com). The Costco Connection JULY/AUGUST 2018 39

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