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A.About five to six percent of American public school children have been diagnosed with a learning disability; eighty percent of the diagnoses are dyslexia-related. But some studies indicate that up to twenty percent of the population may have some degree of dyslexia.

1.Dyslexia, what is it?

2.Causes and Symptoms


II.First Main Point:

A. Dyslexia is defined as a learning disability marked by impairment of the ability to read. In essence, it is a disability in which people jumble letters; for example, confusing God with dog or box with pox.

1. Most people think dyslexia is a condition that involves reading from right to left and reversing words and letters. While some people with dyslexia do have these …show more content…

2.Has poor coordination; does not do well at team sports; has difficulty with motor-oriented tasks.

3.Is prone to motion sickness

4.May be ambidextrous; confuses left and right, and over and under.

5.Learns best through hands-on experiences

D.Language and Reading Skills:

1. Gets dizzy, headache, or stomachache when reading; doesn 't

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