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There is plenty of space for preparation and lots of places to store your food. Try choosing a different room type from the selection box above.Download handout Gaelic phonics Download worksheets Every class teacher's guide to removing barriers and raising attainment by Moira Thomson. Moira Thomson, an experienced teacher and manager with considerable knowledge of dyslexia, has taken a vast amount of current thinking and up-to-date research and put together this easy-to-follow guide.Whatever their current or previous level of knowledge, all will be able to find something that will enable them to help pupils cope with the various subjects in the best ways possible. Several chapters on MFL, including Chapter 24:'Teaching Modern Foreign Languages to Dyslexic Learners: A Scottish Perspective'. Published in association with the British Dyslexia Association by David Fulton Publishers 2000. Published with BDA by David Fulton Publishers 2003. The languages researched are German, Dutch, Greek, Polish, Russian, Swedish, French, Norwegian, Hebrew, Indian languages, Japanese languages and Chinese, as well as difficulties faced by bilingual children.Further investigation led me to two researchers in the United States - Le Ganschow and Richard Sparks, and Le was good enough to send me some details of the work which they had done on the other side of the Atlantic.This was a start, but as their research did not relate directly to school learning, I decided that this should be the topic for my Masters degree which I was about to embark upon.
Findings were very revealing and contrary to advice which was being given that speaking and listening should pose no problems for dyslexic pupils, I found that those areas did pose considerable difficulties for most youngsters with dyslexia.