Dyslexia is the most common type of learning disabilities, accounting for more than 70% of all children diagnosed with learning disabilities. Dyslexia usually has children with dyslexia who have difficulty remembering and cannot read and write characters; Pinyin is difficult; reading speed is slow, read word by word, and do not like to read aloud; homophones and near words are often confused. These phenomena seriously affect children's learning outcomes, and how to train dyslexia is something many children need to break through.
2. Read the sound. If the child's word is more obvious, let the child read the sentence one by one, and take it slowly, step by step, from one sentence to one paragraph to an article, so that the child can read it in understanding. article.
3. You can choose more attractive storybooks and case books. The moving plot will make people more eager to read and overcome the obstacles to reading.
No matter which method is used to train children with dyslexia, they must remember not to increase the child's psychological burden, and don't yell for the child's psychological pressure and resist because the child does not meet their expectations. Try to let the child learn to read in a relaxed environment. You can set small tasks and small rewards so that the child has the motivation to read. At this time, when the child does not complete the reading task, there can be corresponding small penalties. Punishment can be selected. Do household chores to exercise hands-on ability, or the home has sensory training equipment, you can punish children to walk the wooden bridge and other children's attention. These are all things that help improve concentration, which in turn enables children to improve their reading skills.