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Memory Strategies
A paper on memory strategies for dyslexic students.
# 62290 | 1,773 words | 11 sources | MLA | 2005 | US
Published on Nov 20, 2005 in Education (Reading) , Education (Special) , Education (Theory)

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This paper presents a literature review of memory strategies in dyslexic students. The author uses journal articles to discuss dyslexia, its manifestations, and memory strategies used by dyslexic students who are primarily visual learners.

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"The past few decades have seen a historic change in the way special education is viewed. No longer are learning disabled students placed in a special classroom down the hall to color in books and not be taught. Today, students who are special education certified are mainstreamed as much as possible and instead of not teaching them, the system is constantly working to develop ways so that they can learn everything the regular education students are taught. Dyslexia is one of the most commonly diagnosed learning disorders. Dyslexia affects many areas of learning because of its impact on reading."

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