Many students have trouble learning a foreign language. But for students who have significant problems in reading (or writing, listening, and speaking), learning a foreign language is more difficult.
Without a very solid base in English language, learning a second language is a formidable challenge. If you have a child with dyslexia, you need to know if she needs multi-sensory reading instruction to improve her skills.
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate, Sue Whitney, Research Editor at Wrightslaw, answers a parent's question about dyslexia and studying a foreign language. Sue explores a number of issues that must be considered for a child with a reading disability.
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