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Test for Dyslexia

Dyslexia Symptoms
Does the student:
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have a high oral vocabulary but cannot translate it into reading or
writing?
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seem to be in a “fog” a lot of the time –spacing out or daydreaming?
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write and read letters or words backward after the first grade?
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have an unorganized desk, backpack, or room?
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have excellent long term memory but can’t remember simple
instructions or details?
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exhibit an extreme difference between ability and achievement?
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have a family history of learning problems?
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learn to read by memorizing words?
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spell phonetically or inconsistently?
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have a difficult time with 2-3 step directions?
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have a difficult time reading small sight words such as “the” and “an”?
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display poor “sounding out” skills when reading?
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skip lines when reading?
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have a difficult time with left and right?
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have a difficult time with rhyming?
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hate school?
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have trouble telling time with a clock with hands?
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have inaccurate and labored oral reading?
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have an extremely fast or slow processing of information speed?
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either act out or withdraw in response to learning pressure?
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have messy handwriting?
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grip his/her pencil tightly?
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think of elaborate excuses to avoid school work?
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learn best by doing something instead of listening or watching?
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exhibit gifts in other areas such as art, singing, social skills?
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have a poor self-esteem?
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