Dyslexia Writing Difficulties
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People with dyslexia may experience difficulties with writing. If you are a dyslexic person, perhaps you have the following problems:
- Spelling become a very difficult task for you, especially when you have to spell small words
- Try to express yourself correctly in writing is a very stressful task
- To make a structured and organized writing is a very difficult work
- Have difficulty to understand and make sense of your own writing
- Try to write as fast as possible in order to avoid of losing ideas or thoughts
- Make so many drafts
- Miss words out or confuse words
- Spell words just like what they sound
Most dyslexic people will experience a higher problem when they want to continue their study to higher education. There, their tutor usually will refer them to a dyslexia specialist.
Dyslexic people have writing problem because writing skills are related with important cognitive characteristics, short-term memory and visual processing.
Dyslexic people will be notified when they are asked develop their reading skills in more complex pieces. At this point, they should seek help to develop new ways and strategies of learning, especially writing.