A recent article in The Economist analyzed what it might mean for a learner to be “dyslexic” when reading Chinese.

http://www.economist.com/blogs/analects/2014/09/dyslexia-chinese?fsrc=scn/tw/te/bl/disabilityofadifferentcharacter

20140913_cnp501Hooray! Somebody writing sense about dyslexia.

The origins of reading difficulty vary very much. We identify eight for English readers, the most common of which is the Optilexia pattern. Chinese is read in a completely different way and creates quite different challenges.

Once you understand the underlying cause of difficulty for an individual, the solution is often quite simple to apply.

For more information or a free 10 day trial of Easyread to help resolve dyslexia, visit www.easyreadsystem.com

HagerPhoto_20120804_001_Final web (1)David Morgan is CEO and founder of the Easyread System, an innovative online course for highly visual learners, chronic guessers, dyslexics, children with auditory processing issues and more.