Tips for teaching children with dyslexia

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By Jillian Harker — Teacher and freelance writer

Original article published 12 October 2007

Jillian Harker reveals her top tips on teaching children with dyslexia

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Many dyslexic children speak of the difference an understanding attitude can make. The school environment frequently focuses on tasks such children find difficult. Adults can choose to avoid problematic situations; children do not necessarily have such choices. Acknowledgement of the difficulties can be the first step in helping the child to begin managing them.

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