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Learning Styles and Learning Disabilities

Learning disabilities, such as dyslexia, may have an impact on learning but is not related to learning styles. It is still an impediment to one's learning process. Are learning styles related to learning disabilities? Please outline the primary learning styles and define them.

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Dyslexia is a learning disability that is language based. People with dyslexia have difficulties with specific language skills, predominantly reading. Those with dyslexia usually also have other difficulties with other skills that involved in language such as word pronunciation, writing, and spelling. It affects a person throughout their life and can change at various stages in life. In most cases, those that suffer from dyslexia have problems identifying the separate speech sounds within a word and ...

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This solution discusses and defines auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learning styles and how learning styles and learning disabilities can be interrelated. A complete list of references are included for further investigation of the topic.