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#20 "Dyslexic Advantage" CH.3. Review of “Differences in Information Processing” Dyslexia Memory Dyslexia Explored

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"Poor automaticity in routine skills makes many individuals with dyslexia...experiment with routine procedures, and in the process find new and better ways of doing things." p23 of Dyslexic Advantage. In this summary and review of Chapter 3 of The Dyslexic Advantage by Dr Brock Eide and Dr Fernette Eide they explore two of the four theories of Dyslexia. This chapter is all about the two main theories of what causes dyslexia and how it affects us. Phonological Impairment Theory and Procedural Learning Theory. I try to simplify it so I can understand it and explain it to my teenage students in the future. There is so much practical stuff to learn from understanding these theories. Its not just theoretical stuff. It helps in everyday decision making. Things covered: The Traits: - Late talking - Mispronouncing words - Getting tenses wrong - Following grammar rules - Spelling - Reading - Arithmetic - Coordination - Routines - Memory - Organizing - Following instructions - Keeping focus - Following rules Theories of Dyslexia: 1. Phonological Impairment Theory 2. Procedural Learning Theory 3. Right Brain Dominance 4. Mini Columns Phonological Processing Theory - Recognising little sounds phonemes - 80-90% dyslexics have - Decoding and Encoding - Levels of impact - Link with Working Memory - Phonological Loop - Executive Function - 3 Peaks of Challenge Procedural Learning Theory - Learning to automatically do things - Slow to master procedures - Explicit Learning - Compensations by being on 'Manual' - Explains the innovation of new processes - Creative and Innovations from Dyslexia Dyslexic advantage website: www.dyslexicadvantage.org/about-us/the-book-the-dyslexic-advantage/ 

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"Poor automaticity in routine skills makes many individuals with dyslexia...experiment with routine procedures, and in the process find new and better ways of doing things." p23 of Dyslexic Advantage. In this summary and review of Chapter 3 of The Dyslexic Advantage by Dr Brock Eide and Dr Fernette Eide they explore two of the four theories of Dyslexia. This chapter is all about the two main theories of what causes dyslexia and how it affects us. Phonological Impairment Theory and Procedural Learning Theory. I try to simplify it so I can understand it and explain it to my teenage students in the future. There is so much practical stuff to learn from understanding these theories. Its not just theoretical stuff. It helps in everyday decision making. Things covered: The Traits: - Late talking - Mispronouncing words - Getting tenses wrong - Following grammar rules - Spelling - Reading - Arithmetic - Coordination - Routines - Memory - Organizing - Following instructions - Keeping focus - Following rules Theories of Dyslexia: 1. Phonological Impairment Theory 2. Procedural Learning Theory 3. Right Brain Dominance 4. Mini Columns Phonological Processing Theory - Recognising little sounds phonemes - 80-90% dyslexics have - Decoding and Encoding - Levels of impact - Link with Working Memory - Phonological Loop - Executive Function - 3 Peaks of Challenge Procedural Learning Theory - Learning to automatically do things - Slow to master procedures - Explicit Learning - Compensations by being on 'Manual' - Explains the innovation of new processes - Creative and Innovations from Dyslexia Dyslexic advantage website: www.dyslexicadvantage.org/about-us/the-book-the-dyslexic-advantage/ 

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