Dyslexia affects at least ten per cent of children and is the most common special educational need that teachers encounter. However, the characteristics of dyslexia can mean that it is oftenA Guide for Teachers and Parents Lawrence, Denis ... For instance, it is not uncommon to come across children with dyslexia who tend to use spoonerisms in everyday life, much to their embarrassment. ... The child is asked to deliberately devise a spoonerism as, for example, when asked to exchange initial sounds in two words as in a#39;car parka#39; would become a#39;par carka#39;. ... Laterality tests Dyslexic children often reverse letters and also sometimes reverse the order of words in sentences.
|Title||:||Understanding Dyslexia: A Guide For Teachers And Parents|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Education (UK) - 2009-03-01|