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  • Emma Miliani
    hi Carla, ithink this article might give you some insight. abstract PART IV READING AND FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING Dyslexia and learning a foreign language: A
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 18 1:18 PM
      hi Carla, ithink this article might give you some insight.

      abstract
      PART IV READING AND FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING
      Dyslexia and learning a foreign language: A personal experience
      Individuals with dyslexia can expect to have difficulties learning a second
      language since second language learning builds on native language learning. The
      factors that have a negative impact on learning one’s native language have a
      similar impact on learning a foreign language (e.g., difficulties with phonemic
      awareness, retrieving and processing linguistic information, working memory,
      metalinguistic explanations, stabilizing sound-symbol relationships). This
      participant observer report provides (1) a brief review of research on how
      dyslexia complicates learning a second language; (2) a description of how
      dyslexia has affected my educational experiences; (3) a description of personal
      experiences learning a foreign language between 1992–1998; and (4)
      recommendations for individuals with dyslexia who are faced with fulfilling a
      foreign language requirement and for their foreign language instructors.
      Some sites:

      http://www.readingrockets.org
      http://www.oakdyslexiatutoring.com/blog/
      http://www.dyslexia.com/
      http://www.immersiveeducation.eu/index.php/kar2ouchepg
      Hope this proves useful,
      regards,
      Emma Miliani

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    • Susana Canelo
      Thanks Emma:everything sounds interesting. Thanks again.Susana ... De: Emma Miliani Asunto: [evonline2002_webheads] Dyslexia Para:
      Message 2 of 2 , Apr 18 4:41 PM
        Thanks Emma:everything sounds interesting.
        Thanks again.Susana

        --- El lun 18-abr-11, Emma Miliani <emcdef@...> escribió:

        De: Emma Miliani <emcdef@...>
        Asunto: [evonline2002_webheads] Dyslexia
        Para: evonline2002_webheads@yahoogroups.com
        Fecha: lunes, 18 de abril de 2011, 17:18
















         









        hi Carla, ithink this article might give you some insight.



        abstract

        PART IV READING AND FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING

        Dyslexia and learning a foreign language: A personal experience

        Individuals with dyslexia can expect to have difficulties learning a second

        language since second language learning builds on native language learning. The

        factors that have a negative impact on learning one’s native language have a

        similar impact on learning a foreign language (e.g., difficulties with phonemic

        awareness, retrieving and processing linguistic information, working memory,

        metalinguistic explanations, stabilizing sound-symbol relationships). This

        participant observer report provides (1) a brief review of research on how

        dyslexia complicates learning a second language; (2) a description of how

        dyslexia has affected my educational experiences; (3) a description of personal

        experiences learning a foreign language between 1992–1998; and (4)

        recommendations for individuals with dyslexia who are faced with fulfilling a

        foreign language requirement and for their foreign language instructors.

        Some sites:



        http://www.readingrockets.org

        http://www.oakdyslexiatutoring.com/blog/

        http://www.dyslexia.com/

        http://www.immersiveeducation.eu/index.php/kar2ouchepg

        Hope this proves useful,

        regards,

        Emma Miliani



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