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2008 | R. 2008 | 66-75
Article title

Dorośli dyslektycy w szkole wyższej

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Title variants
EN
DYSLEXIC ADULTS IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
Dyslexia manifests itself as an imbalance of skills whereby the dyslexic is unable to commit paper ideas and information which are commensurate with their intellectual ability as evidenced by spoken understanding or demonstration. Research shows that the dyslexic students in this study were all self – referred volunteers and presented with a classic picture of specific reading difficulties accompanied by spelling problems. Although on the basis of non - verbal ability (WAIS-R block design) they were generally of above average intelligence, their reading and spelling skills were significantly below average. The dyslexic students had more difficulty, reading non-words than controls but non-word spelling was at a similar level. It is important to note that the reading comprehension diffculties of dyslexic participants may not be apparent when they are tackling shorter texts. Longer passages will require the information that is necessary for the formation of integrative inferences to be held for longer in working memory. It was concluded that dyslexic students needs special tactics for teaching. Dyslexic students with strong visual/weak auditory processing skills. The degree of success which they experince is dependent on accurate assessment of their reading bahaviours and instructional strategies tailored to their reading characteristics. Student with certification or without certification, if it will manage claims of preliminary examinations and direction of study has been accepted on chosen by, it is subordinated in problem situation from good will leading, about respecting certification. Situation of dyslexic student in Poland is not comfortable, does not have legal regulations in this range. No legal acts stand behind it neither first of all, about mechanisms sufficing (enough) consciousness teacher academic and at adult persons appearance (signs) taking a stand dyslexic student. Thw article presents screening test of Michael Vinegrad for dyslexic students and adults (Adults Dyslexia Organisation) which are one of the suggestion of method diagnosis.
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Volume
Pages
66-75
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Document type
ARTICLE
Contributors
  • Maria Forys, Uniwersytet Jagiellonski, Wydzial Filozoficzny, Instytut Pedagogiki, ul. Batorego 12, 31-135, Kraków, Poland.
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Publication order reference
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CEJSH db identifier
09PLAAAA06449
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.fccad43c-0cf6-395b-bec5-12939b30f14b
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