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Dyslexic Writing Samples

Dyslexic Writing Samples

Dyslexic Writing Samples Can Improve Dyslexia. Learning the EXACT Dyslexia Letter Rotations will achieve reading. Learn the Dyslexia Letters like b turns into p, d, and q. u turns into n. Samples of Exact Dyslexia will help to understand what actual Dyslexia is.

Learn Letter Rotations and Improve Dyslexia!

Some Main Quotes of this Dyslexia Article:
“Instead, consider the approach of teaching and learning exact Dyslexia Rotations.”
“An n turns into a u, a u turns into an n.”

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Dyslexic Writing Samples illustrate EXACT Dyslexia Rotations. When Dyslexia Letters turn into exact other letters during reading it can be confusing to read. Let’s look at some samples!

3 Middle School Dyslexia Writing Samples

Middle School Spelling word: aptitude
meaning:  inherent ability

Dyslexia Examples Middle School Spelling:
adtitude
This is another way to spell attitude when you don’t know how to spell it as a Dyslexic.   Early Middle School Dyslexics will have to learn the difference between adtitude, aptitude and attitude.

Dyslexia Examples Middle School Spelling:
adtitube, adtitupe
aptitube, aptitupe
abtitube, abtitupe, abtitude.

Both abtitube, and abtitude are interesting because they could be actual things.  With the ending of the word being tube it could also be a part for a car or vehicle or an accessory to something.
This is a difficult Dyslexia word.

Middle School Spelling word: attentive
meaning:  taking heed.

Dyslexia Examples Middle School Spelling:
atteutive.

This word is a great word for Dyslexics to be confident in their reading.  There is only one or two possibilities to confusion.  

It will not be common to find this word misspelled in a Dyslexia classroom.  Dyslexia Readers of spelling could confuse the n with a u and that could possibly turn the Dyslexic meaning of the word into closer to a French vocabulary.

Middle School Spelling word: brandish
meaning: move or swing back and forth.

Dyslexia Examples Middle School Spelling:
dranbish, draubish
braubish, branbish
prandish, praudish
pranbish, praubish
braupish, branpish

This word has many different examples of words that Dyslexic spelling could create new words, different ideas and different concepts with their Dyslexic reading.  This word is a great example of a word that would be learned in Middle School but not learned in earlier grades.

Dyslexia Letter Variations

Dyslexia Letter Rotations

Dyslexia Letter Rotations are below with the exact rotations that occur in English!

There are copious examples of translated Dyslexia Variations on this website. Knowing the alternatives in Dyslexia to the Linear spellings is incredibly important!

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.
the Number 2 can turn to become N or the letter Z

This is why Dyslexia Fonts are so important to prevent Dyslexia.

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Dyslexia Drawing

Many Dyslexics can do drawing with inverted images and rotated images. Some Dyslexia Artists are able to see the upside-down version of the art without needing to rotate the picture or painting.

Encouraging Dyslexia Rotations and thinking you can improve yourself in ways to achieve drawing upside down and reading upside-down.

Mensa.org tests require inverted thinking to achieve puzzles and solving algorithms.

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Ability to See Inverted Images in Art

The advantage to seeing pictures and images upside-down is a very intelligent advantage.

Instead of having to think of concepts in all the linear ways, a Dyslexia Individual will be able to think of alternatives with reverse engineering.

Being able to see inverted images will achieve out-of-the-box thinking that many creative environments require.

Dyslexic Writing Samples vs Spelling Errors

Dyslexic Writing Samples vs Spelling Errors are important!

Let’s look at the word ‘bobby-pin’.
Dyslexia Writing Samples of ‘bobby-pin’ include:
poppy-bin, poppy piu, doddy diu, doddy biu, qoqqy-qiu, = these all involve Dyslexia Letter rotations!

obbby-inb = a spelling error. These are reversed letters.

There is a pain that Teachers experiencing watching and teaching Dyslexics of all ages.

Instead of getting more specific to really discern the differences between Dyslexia letter Rotations and spelling errors, many think the Dyslexic should get an automatic pass on both Dyslexia Letter Rotations and Spelling Errors.

Instead, consider the approach of teaching and learning exact Dyslexia Rotations.
Give yourself the break during learning only with the Dyslexia rotation letters. This way you will be able to achieve the responsibility of reading. This will also acknowledge your Dyslexia in a fair way.

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Dyslexic Writing Samples will help to achieve reading. Understanding Dyslexia and when to see it in writing is a skill many teachers don’t even yet have. This is why you should share this article with others!

Dyslexia rotated Keywords List by Reading Grade:

The reason to study Dyslexia rotations is to Improve Dyslexia!
This is part of the Blake Dyslexia Variations Course.  
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Each Grade is studied with all the Dyslexia Letters and words written in linear text.  By studying the Dyslexia alternatives to the work ‘paper’, such as ‘dader’, ‘baber’ and ‘qaqer’ will improve Dyslexia reading!

Kindergarten Dyslexia Common Keywords
Grade One Dyslexia rotated Variations
Grade Two Dyslexia rotated Variations
Grade Three Dyslexia rotated Variations
Grade Four Dyslexia rotated Variations
Grade Five Dyslexia rotated Variations
Grade Six Dyslexia rotated Variations
Middle School Common Dyslexia Keywords
Middle School Common Words with Dyslexia Rotations – Part Two
High School Common Dyslexia Keywords

This is a precursor articles on the book that will be published titled “Dyslexia Keywords” subtitle “The Dyslexia Alphabet Explained”. , by Simon Blake (About Simon Blake)
Knowing and studying Dyslexia word differences gives you the ability to recognize Dyslexia.

There are Five Main ways to Improve Dyslexia Reading:

1. Use Color Therapy Transparent Overlays
2. Use Color Therapy Glasses
3. Learn all English alphabet letters upside down
4. Use a Dyslexia fonts that does not have the b turn into a p or d if the letter is upside down or inverted.
5. Study and Learn the New Dyslexia Keywords section
6. Practice Reading Upside Down for fun and improvements!

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Dyslexic Writing Samples Teach Dyslexia!

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Simon Blake has studied over 30,000 – 40,000 acting exercises and studied over 8-10++ thousand acting students work in acting. Studying their Emotional Preparation to their Spoon River Work. Studying every area of Acting training work with well over 30 Teachers including himself.

“Learning Emotional Preparation for Musicians, Artists, Creator and Actors is incredible.  Applying Activated Emotion prior to doing is key!”

Simon Blake runs and operates the website EmotionalPreparation.com which teaches Actors how to add Emotion to their acting.   Using improved acting techniques for Actors and Music.

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Dyslexic Writing Samples help to teach Dyslexia!

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Blake Dyslexia Variations Course  w Handouts and Interactive PDFs – $11

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Dyslexia Teachers and Educator to Internet Audiences. Dyslexia Friendly Fonts creator.

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