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Published on Aug 10, 2011
A Dyslexic Brain Uses Five Times More Area to Read. Dyslexic people usually move their lips when they read because their brains compensate with the speech area. You might see their eyes moving because they are scanning the larger context for meaning.
I started homeschooling my eleven year old son in October. I have it posted at http://homeschool.ourdyslexicchildren... - use a guest login. It is a work in progress. The goal is that he be able to learn without having to read or write. We work on those separately.