International Book of Dyslexia: A Cross-Language Comparison and Practice Guide

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction: Dyslexia – Different Contexts, Same Problems 1
  • Dyslexia in Argentina 5
  • Dyslexia in Australia 9
  • Dyslexia in Austria 16
  • Dyslexia in Bahrain 20
  • Dyslexia in Belgium 25
  • Dyslexia in Brazil 29
  • Dyslexia in Bulgaria 34
  • Dyslexia in Canada 38
  • Dyslexia in the Caribbean 43
  • Dyslexia in Catalonia 48
  • Dyslexia in Chile 51
  • Dyslexia in China 56
  • Dyslexia in Croatia 58
  • Dyslexia in Cyprus 62
  • Dyslexia in the Czech Republic 68
  • Dyslexia in Denmark 72
  • Dyslexia in Egypt 79
  • Dyslexia in England 86
  • Dyslexia in Finland 92
  • Dyslexia in France 96
  • Dyslexia in Germany 100
  • Dyslexia in Greece 103
  • Dyslexia in Hong Kong 109
  • Dyslexia in Hungary 116
  • Dyslexia in India 122
  • Dyslexia in Iran 128
  • Dyslexia in Ireland 132
  • Dyslexia in Israel 136
  • Dyslexia in Italy 139
  • Dyslexia in Japan 143
  • Dyslexia in Jordan 147
  • Dyslexia in Kenya 152
  • Dyslexia in Luxembourg 155
  • Dyslexia in Malaysia 158
  • Dyslexia in Malta 164
  • Dyslexia in Namibia 168
  • Dyslexia in the Netherlands 171
  • Dyslexia in New Zealand 176
  • Dyslexia in North Cyprus 179
  • Dyslexia in Norway 182
  • Dyslexia in the Philippines 184
  • Dyslexia in Poland 190
  • Dyslexia in Russia 197
  • Dyslexia in Scotland 201
  • Dyslexia in Singapore 205
  • Dyslexia in South Africa 208
  • Dyslexia in Sweden 215
  • Dyslexia in Switzerland 222
  • Dyslexia in Taiwan 224
  • Dyslexia in Thailand 229
  • Dyslexia in the USA 232
  • Dyslexia in Wales 236
  • Dyslexia in Wales 240
  • Welsh Dyslexia Project/Prosiect Dyslecsia Cymru 246
  • Index 249
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