Effects of Dyslexia
How does disorientation affect reading, spelling, comprehension?
Words on a page may be perceived as strung together, with no spaces, making it nearly impossible to decipher words within it.
Words may appear to be “hovering” or even sliding off of the page.
It can cause words to appear or disappear (addition or omission of words in the text).
It can cause transpositions of words, like: was/saw, on/no, from/form; as well as transpositions with individual letters within words, like: b/d/p/q, f/t, u/n.
The severity of the symptoms varies with each individual and the symptoms of disorientation vary from day-to-day and minute-to-minute, depending upon the situation.
Bottom-line: Disorientation prevents the information from being perceived accurately.
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