This is an audiobook that consists of three short titles that all amount to an amazing book bundle for you to enjoy. The titles talk about different topics on dyslexia.
Book one: This is a great beginner's guide for those who have a learning disorder or disability. Often, dyslexia doesn’t get discovered until it is too late. Personally, I know people who have gone through elementary, middle school, and high school without any teacher ever noticing.
This has to stop.
Dyslexia is a common problem and can be helped and noticed when given the right tools. My aim in providing you this intricate guide is to show you those tools. Recognition of the problem is the first step, as is knowing where it came and what the symptoms are.
From there, one could tap into programs and exercises that can stimulate the child’s senses and help him/her become better at reading in a shorter time period. This is what it’s all about: to push them into the fast track toward the same capabilities as any other person without the unnecessary frustrations and disappointments so many children experience.
Book two: How can you see someone’s dyslexia? What is a clear indication and what is just a spelling difficulty or ordinary struggle every child experiences?
These are some of the many questions that will be answered in this quick guide to dyslexia. Also, you’ll learn more about:
How nature and nurture both contribute to the manifestation of dyslexia in someone’s learning style
What are the different approaches to learn more about the disability
What is the role of intelligence in relation to dyslexia (Is there any relationship, at all?)
What the “reading gene” consists of and how to tap into it
And much more!
Book three: What causes dyslexia should be no mystery, but it is. Many have been left in the dark, and it’s time to change all that. In this book, we’ll go over some of the most common denominators of dyslexic tendencies and the way to treat it.
Also, I’ll touch on how to build someone’s vocabulary (because, it’s not just about reading, but also about remembering words), the role of the school systems, targeting a dyslexic student’s strengths, and the best ways to empathize with them.
Last but not the least, I will line up some facts that debunk all the myths out there about dyslexia (and trust me, there are too many).