THE term "dyslexia" simply means difficulty with words, and the most obvious problems are with reading, spelling and writing.
However, there are often a number of additional problems, including putting speech sounds together incorrectly, confusion in directionality (left from right, up or down) and in learning to tell the time.
For the 10% of people diagnosed with dyslexia, problems in remembering things are also common, especially when it involves written language.
There are many ways of addressing the problems that people with dyslexia have through teaching. But one method takes a different approach by looking at the condition not as a learning …