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Dyslexia My Adversity When some people hear the word dyslexia they think of reading writing spelling and math problems Some associate it with word and letter reversals and others only think slow learners Almost everyone considers it some from of a learning disability but the learning disability is only one face of dyslexia The dyslexic learns in a different way It can also be an advantage ninety-nine percent of dyslexics have higher intelligent quotations I have faced personal adversity from people who do not understand dyslexia They feel that the labels special education and learning disabled means that they expect me not to be able to handle learning as so-called normal student does Dyslexia is an adversity for me because of people who do not know about it having them understand dyslexia and knowing my learning style is very helpful When I enter a new class with a new teacher I can start out with a handicap The handicap is my special education file which comes to the teacher before they ever meet me They see the labels learning disabled and dyslexia Some teachers do not understand these labels and feel that I am unable to learn or will not succeed in their class But these labels are there so I can use certain things and have a study skills class Not all teachers understand the meaning of learning disabled The word disabled infers someone has something very wrong with him or her They do not think they may just learn differently I have had some teachers that do know what dyslexia is and how to teach a dyslexic student My having dyslexia does make me dumb and that I will not be able to handle the work that normal student does For those teachers it becomes my responsibility to show them what a dyslexic can do I have proven that I am very capable of handling
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