Sunday, October 7, 2018

Dyslexia vs Shut down kids (Part 2)

"There has been over 30 years of documented, scientific evidence and research proving the existence of dyslexia." (Dyslexia Association)

My Response: How is it that after “30 years of documented scientific evidence” there is still no scientific definition of what dyslexia is?

More than a decade ago, one academic counted 28 different definitions of dyslexia.

Is there anyone in the world who can define what dyslexia really is? 

So, what is this nonsense about ‘scientific evidence’ proving evidence of dyslexia?

The International Dyslexia Foundation, states that between 15% and 20% of the population have a language-based learning disability. Dyslexia is the most common of these.

My Response: Of course this is what the Anglo world who speak only English or at least test kids only in one language will say. Why? It is simply because they know no better. 

What is the meaning of language-based difficulty? I have had many students who could not read a single sentence in English but could rattle away reading in Han Yu Pinyin. Many could read well in Malay and not able to read in English. Is it not nonsensical to say that they have “language based difficulty?” 

Are they serious when they call it “Language-based difficulty” when these kids can speak fluently in Malay, Chinese and English? They call it “Language-based difficulty” just because they cannot read in English?

For how much longer are we going to allow these Caucasians (Whites) to continue with their lies?

Note: I have noticed a few so-called dyslexic kids who could not read in Malay either. On further examination, I found these are kids who had been taught to read in English first and had shut down. As such they are kids who had given up with learning to read.

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