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Dyslexic pupils in the UAE need more support, experts say

Chris Huntley, head of special needs for the consultancy Ebdaah, works with teachers and assistants to look for “red flags” in a child’s behaviour that may point toward dyslexia. “It is a big issue. There are a lot of children out there in mainstream schools here that have dyslexia,” Ms Huntley said. “What I’ve been working on with a lot of teachers is how to adjust your lessons to make sure that you anticipate the stressors that will be involved with a dyslexic person, and how can you anticipate it so that child will be successful. “And you manipulate the lesson so that his self-esteem has been raised rather than knocked.”

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