Beyond the pages

14th March 2003 at 00:00
Dyslexia is usually more than a "reading problem". People who have difficulties with abstract images, sequencing events, estimating time or differentiating left from right can find many challenges outside the pages of a book. Dyslexia and Outdoor Learning has been written by two experienced instructors. Advice on how to give clear instructions is succeeded by guidance on activities such as orienteering, rock climbing, kayaking and sailing. The book is pound;3.80 including postage from Mary Twomey, 26 Hawkshaw Street, Horwich, Lancashire BL6 5NE Email:

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