There are some videos on the internet in which teachers are abusing their students while teaching. They are asking children to read from the book, but the children are not being read correctly, as a result of which they are getting beaten up by their teachers. These include school teachers and teachers of religious seminaries. Instead of trying to recover, they wallow in their sadness and thus, experience more failure.
Why Children Cannot Read Properly:
When teachers try to find out the reasons why children cannot read properly, then they do not fight. Scientific research and anthropology have discovered that some children do not read correctly because of a condition called dyslexia, which can be called “difficulty reading and writing.” This condition makes it difficult to read and write correctly.
Effects of Dyslexia:
Dyslexia effects those areas of the brain, which process the tongue. People with dyslexia have difficulty reading and writing correctly, and children who are abused by their teachers for not reading lessons may also have dyslexia. That is why he needs attention and help.
Dyslexia is an inherited condition, which is passed from parents to children, and it is present at birth. It cannot be prevented nor can it be treated with medication. However, with the help of special guidance and better arrangements, this problem can be reduced. It requires early diagnosis and support to overcome reading difficulties. Also, remember that dyslexia is not a form of autism. Rather, it is quite different. If a child shows any of these symptoms, they should be thoroughly examined and diagnosed, and by the age of three to seven. If a child has this problem, their ears and eyes should be examined first, and their hearing and vision should be checked.
If anyone is having this problem, then don’t worry, you are not alone in the world, this problem is found in 10% of the world’s population. It is more common in boys than in girls. Such children are not affected by intelligence and do not have any mental problems, and they can lead a normal life.
Child Suffering From Many Disorders:
Many great people of the world are suffering from this problem, but they overcame it and earned their name and fame. Among them are the great scientist Einstein, the most inventive scientist Edison, the British Prime Minister Churchill, Ford of the United States, Muhammad Ali, the world boxing champion, the founder of the Swedish organization IKEA, Angor Caprad, the King of Norway and the current US President. Donald Trump is included. The condition is inherited and is transmitted from parents to children through inherited substances called genes. Researchers at the University of Lancashire in Sweden are investigating whether there may be something in the brain that causes it and how the problem occurs. Scientific research will provide more information in the coming period, but it is not yet possible to cure hereditary diseases with drugs. Therefore, by understanding such diseases, we can take steps to reduce their severity and make it easier for people suffering from such disorders.
How to Deal Children in this Situation:
Teachers and parents should be aware of the plight of these children, and should not treat them harshly. Rather they should help. There should be aware of this in society, and if someone is facing this problem, instead of making fun of him and hurting him, he should treat him with empathy. They should not be asked to read aloud and if they make mistakes in reading they should be treated with love and affection. If someone has difficulty reading and writing, it is better to answer the questions orally.
Similarly, if there is difficulty in writing the answer, then the answer can be given orally. Don’t punish children for forgetting books or sports equipment. Such children should not be ridiculed and words like lazy, stupid, incompetent, and dull-minded should not be used for them. Give these children less writing work and they should have more time in the exam than other children. In Sweden, such students are given more time in exams than other students. These children should not be asked to write on the board or read text from a book.