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Specific learning disabilities solutions


Solution4SLD is an innovative strategic partnership project aiming to adapt the education system for children with specific learning disabilities. The project has developed a theoretical guide and an e-learning platform providing digital educational content for teachers and interactive tasks for children with specific learning disabilities.

Digital Handbook for Teachers

Phonological Awareness

Tasks of Phonological Awareness develop students’ skills in understanding and discriminating linguistic units (phonemes, graphemes, syllables, sentences), breaking down words into syllables, analyzing words phonetically, manipulating sounds, and associating sounds with letters.

Grammar Skills

Tasks of Grammar Skills develop students’ skills in matching word endings, distinguishing between parts of speech in word combinations, sentences, and text, forming and distinguishing their grammatical forms, consolidating spelling cases that require memorization and applying the strategies of rewriting.

Visual Perception

Visual Perception tasks help students to consolidate the graphic representation of letters, the letters’ sequence in the alphabet, and their position in words, text, and space. These tasks develop children’s skills to notice letters’ similarities and differences and to construct a graphic representation.

Coherant language

Tasks of Coherent Language develop students’ skills in forming complete and grammatically correct sentences, expanding sentences and making a text plan. These tasks help students to write descriptive, narrative and argumentative texts based on the plan and the phrases used for the introduction, the body, and the conclusion and to use the spell-checker notes to check for spelling mistakes.

Reading technique

Tasks of Reading Technique develop students’ abilities to read syllables, words, sentences, and texts correctly and to apply pre-reading notes.

Text comprehension

Text Comprehension tasks develop students’ ability to distinguish the meaning of similarly pronounced and spelled words. These tasks help to understand the meaning of the words and text students read, to remember the sequence of events, and to interpret received information.

This section presents information on characteristics, symptoms, severity levels, and types of specific learning disabilities. In addition, the chapter provides a detailed introduction to dyslexia and dysgraphia.

This section offers a closer look at the difficulties faced by children with reading and writing disabilities. The chapter provides information on the challenges experienced by preschool children and students in grades 1-6.

This section offers a closer look at the strengths of children with reading and writing disabilities. The chapter highlights the positive aspects of reading and writing difficulties and describes the skills that make children with these difficulties unique.

This section provides information on reading and writing disabilities recognition and support educational schemes in partner countries. The chapter presents the recognition and support systems for learning disabilities in Lithuania, Malta, and Bulgaria.

This chapter focuses on dyslexia and dysgraphia and provides practical approaches that educators and classmates can adopt to better involve children with reading and writing disabilities.

Find videos of success stories here. The heroes of the stories – children and adults with reading and writing difficulties, as well as their relatives and teachers – share their experiences and ways of coping to inspire others facing such challenges.

See tasks for the different developmental areas

Tasks can be viewed and downloaded

Interactive E-platform for schools

Specific learning disabilities solutions

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