Q. How do you help a dyslexic 13-year-old pupil who has just learnt to read analogue time but doesn't relate it to real time? She can now look at a clock and read that it is, say, 3.15pm but as far as she is concerned this could be lunch time, or last thing in the evening. How can I help her take the clock time to actual daytime?
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