Dyslexia Variation Training
Dyslexia Variation Training is the learning of alternative linear words that Dyslexics see while reading. The Dyslexia Variation training course plots out all Dyslexia Variations to linear words that are in curriculum to grade 6.
Learning Variations to linear words shows the spelling errors differences to the words that are actual Dyslexia Spelling variations. Learning the variations achieves the ability to recognize words faster by studying and memorizing the alternatives to linear languages.
The point in learning Dyslexia is to study the different spellings of linear vs. Dyslexia words. This will enable both Dyslexics and Linear people to be able to understand rotation of letters form Dyslexia variations. As rotation and inversion of letters occur there are multiple variations for each linear word pending upon its spelling.
The basics of understanding the Dyslexia Alphabet and the rotation of letters that form multiple words for the same linear word is important. When Dyslexics read they are able to see various versions of the linear text based on the rotation or inversion of the letters.
Dyslexia Variation Training Letter Map
A b turns into multiple possibilities, such as a p, d, or a q.
An n turns into a u, a u turns into an n.
A g turns to a 6 or a 9
the w turns to an m, m can turn to a w.
This is why Dyslexia Fonts are so important to prevent Dyslexia.
There are several examples of one word such as under:
under = nuder, nnder, uuder, nuber, nnber, uuber, nuper, nnper, uuper, unqer, uuqer, nnqer
This all depends upon the Dyslexia letters rotations to form various rotated forms of the word.
Most Dyslexia is more simple with only 3 – 8 variations in Dyslexia Variation Training.
Copyright September 2nd 2021, Simon Blake