Identifikasi Disleksia Di SDN Babadan 2 Ngawi
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Some children have reading and writing disorders, the disorder is called dyslexia. Dyslexia is a disorder that is centered on the nervous system. Dyslexia is a condition in which individuals show significant difficulties in language areas including spelling, reading, and writing. Most ordinary people understand dyslexia as a condition in which a child has difficulty learning to read, is lazy to write, if he writes a lot of letters are lost, it is difficult to count, and so on, but actually dyslexia is not that simple at all. Therefore, there needs to be a role from various parties to recognize this condition and then handle it with various strategies. This study aims to describe 1) difficulties experienced by dyslexic children 2) factors that influence dyslexic reading difficulties and 3) efforts made by teachers to overcome dyslexic children. This study uses a qualitative descriptive method with a case study type of research. The results of the study show that 1) The difficulties experienced by dyslexic children include not being able to read syllables, often changing letters and not being able to distinguish letters that are almost similar, often even guessing at random in reading words, and still confused in assembling words. 2) Factors that affect dyslexic children are the lack of motivation and support from parents for children's learning at home or at school. 3) The efforts made by the teacher have played quite well. However, dyslexic children need special learning methods in their guidance so it is suggested that teachers are able to master and apply special methods for dyslexic children.
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