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|TEACHERS PERSPECTIVES ON WORKING WITH DYSLEXIC STUDENTS
J.JAGANBABU and MRS. MAJULA
For students with dyslexia, mastering a language is their greatest obstacle. Instructors are therefore essential in helping dyslexic students overcome any obstacles in their language learning process. In order to help kids with dyslexia succeed in the classroom, this study investigated how teachers perceived their own experiences, difficulties, and strategies. Due to a lack of resources and appropriate teaching strategies, the results showed that educating dyslexic students was difficult for teachers. Students with dyslexia had trouble with phoneme-grapheme connections, sound blending, and segmentation, according to their teaching experiences. Furthermore, the participants believe that using mobile learning applications and implementing a multimodal approach are two efficient ways to enhance language instruction for dyslexic children. Finally, this study yielded important data that will serve as a basis for future research for other academics with similar interests.
KEYWORD: DYSLEXIA, TEACHING CHALLENGES, TEACHING STRATEGIES
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