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If you don’t know the term language disorder, you might think it means trouble with speech. But these challenges don’t have to do with speaking clearly or producing sounds. They’re also not related to intelligence. They’re about using and understanding spoken language.
Learn more about common language disorders.
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Common signs and symptoms of written language disorders are listed below by developmental level. Be mindful that some signs and symptoms may be influenced by cultural and linguistic variations and are not indicative of a disorder.
By the time American students graduate from high school, they are expected to have learned how to write effectively for a variety of purposes, from writing letters and stories to essays and research reports. Many middle and high school students dislike writing, however, and students who are learning English as a second language may have particular difficulty with writing. In this article we will discuss some of the reasons that older students may want to avoid writing, as well as some ways that you can help your teen become a better writer.
Students with dysgraphia can have trouble with handwriting, typing, and spelling. What classroom accommodations can help? Here are some ways teachers can make all aspects of writing easier.
It is important to implement strategies that address the needs of the individual. We recommend that you apply these strategies across home, school, and community contexts.
If your child struggles with writing, you might hear some people call it dysgraphia. This term refers to challenges in the skills needed to produce writing. That includes handwriting, typing, and spelling.
Learn more about dysgraphia and how you can help your child improve skills that are key to writing.