By Gavin Reid

This beneficial, ingenious and useful consultant presents these operating with dyslexic little ones 100 principles of the way to aid their studying improvement. Lists diversity from deciding on the wishes of person scholars and their studying types to constructing students studying, writing, numeric and verbal exchange talents.

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Often the short vowel sounds are difficult for pupils to discriminate. Giving t h e m a key word and a visual can be a great aid. F o r example, if the short vowel sounds for 'e 5 and T are causing difficulties for a pupil, use a visual of a boy n a m e d E d and a visual of an insect. You can also give kinaesthetic clues (relating to active experiences) such as 'Insects make m e itchy', and 'Scratch in an u p and down motion like an "i'V F r o m that point forward, every time the pupil is unsure of the vowel sound you can give h i m t h e key word or the kinaesthetic clue.

If charts are being provided, ensure that they are clearly labelled, with bold type used for any arrows or lines. You can u s e a chart in history w h e n sequencing dates a n d events. T h i s can b e m a d e into a timeline that, for example, chronicles t h e dates of a king's reign, t h e passing of the laws of the country, t h e development of towns o r p o r t s , o r a week in t h e life of a nine-year-old boy in the nineteenth century. Some colour can be added to the timeline to show different periods or different types of events.

The object is taken out of the bag and the pupils can see if their guesses were correct.

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