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SSLC English slow learners materials given by Pallikalvithurai -2019-2020

Zeal study shares you already a huge collection of slow learners materials given by our educational department.In this way this is a materials given for slow learners by Thiruvallur Educational department.we hope it is very useful to you for practicing you easily. So use it and share with your friends too.

A slow learner is a child of below average intelligence, whose thinking skills have developed significantly more slowly than the norm for his/her age. This child will go through the same basic developmental stages as other children, but will do so at a significantly slower rate. However, this development, while being slower, nevertheless be relatively even.
On the other hand, a child with specific learning disability, is one of average or above average intelligence who has specific difficulties which can make learning very difficult. There may be deficits in any of the basic central nervous system functions, which have to do with the acquisition and use of listening, speaking, reading, writing, reasoning or mathematical abilities ie attention, memory, language, auditory and visual perception, motor coordination and planning, spatial orientation, impulse control and sequencing. In short, if there is a discrepancy between the child's potential and actual achievement.
TOPIC:SSLC English slow learners materials 
10 slow learners materials 
Academic-- reading -- confuses similar words and letters, loses place, repeats words, does not read fluently, persists in using fingers to follow along, does not like to read-- spelling -- uses incorrect order of letters in words, it has difficulty of associating correct sound with appropriate letter, reverses letters
Mathematics-- has difficulty associating number with symbol, cannot remember number facts, confuses columns and spacing, has difficulties with story problems, has difficulty comprehending maths concepts
Physical-- perceptual motor difficulties-- visual perception difficulties-- poor visual decoding-- general coordination deficits (balance, eye -- hand)-- poor auditory memory (difficulty following sequence of directions)-- attention deficit-- mixed dominance (hand, foot, eye)-- lack of adequate eye movement control
 Psychological-- emotional instability (violent reactions)-- difficulty learning by ordinary methods-- low social acceptance (disturbed peer relations)-- low self-concept/self-esteem-- general disorganisation (time and actions)
 Social/emotional/behavioural-- hyperactivity (gross, noisy, constant movements)-- hypoactivity (quiet, nervous, fidgety)-- impulsivity-- poor concentration span (distractability)-- low frustration tolerance-- emotional lability (highs and lows)
Chances are that your school will have access to the services of a support teacher and a guidance officer. However, chances will be high that the demands on both these people will be extreme and they will be loathe to take on new kids. However, if you can show that you have really tried to accommodate these kids by trying as many of the following suggestions as practicable, s/he is much more likely to see that his/her assistance is genuinely required. And you never know, you might not even need extra assistance once you've tried a few things yourself.


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