posted by Felicia on .
The most common underlying feature associated with reading disorders is
A. associating new words with those in memory.
B. visually processing the shapes of letters.
C. interpreting the meaning of words.
D. distinguishing or separating sounds in spoken words.
I think its C.
Does your text book author state that?
I think its D now
According to the article above, you're right. However, I've also known experts to claim that young children have trouble visually processing the shapes of letters. My brother was mildly dyslexic. When he was 5 or 6 he carved his name in a wooden door -- in what looks like mirror writing.
Please check your book to see what answer your teacher wants.
Okay! I'll go over it again in my text book to be sure! But I'm pretty sure its D! Thank you!