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Monday, October 12, 2009

Dyslexia for Chinese More Complicated than English Dyslexia

Dyslexia is the difficulty to learn to read and spell, despite intelligence, opportunity and instruction.

I thought this is a heart breaking hurdle for English speaking children, but then again, I just found out that native Chinese speakers may also have dyslexia, and apparently, they have it more difficult than English dyslexics.

This article talks about how Chinese dyslexia is more difficult for kids. English dyslexic kids usually have problems with only recognizing sound, or, just the images. It is rare to have both. Apparently, Chinese dyslexics often have difficulty with both.

I hope less kids have dyslexia, and those who do eventually overcome this learning challenge.



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