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My dyslexic son in entering high school next year. After extensive remediation, he does very well in school and makes the honor roll. High school has a foreign language requirement. He wants to do Latin as he wants to be a doctor and thinks this will be helpful. I am nervous about his success with any foreign language based on his weak phonological history. Should we try and take ASL at the local community college instead or complete the two years of Latin?
Good luck! My son is doing well in all classes EXCEPT foreign language this junior year in Spanish class. As his Mother, I can only relate too well, remembering the trials of foreign language classes. As much as I wanted to learn the languages I just could not learn (at least as the language was taught in the classroom setting.) By the way, I took Latin in high school for two years. Bless my teacher, she tried hard to tutor me but it just did not work. I loved reading the stories in Latin and understood well enough to comprehend surprisingly but could not pass the tests.
I am sorry for my son as the language grade pulls his GPA down which should not be an issue considering its a learning disability. I wish your son the best and if you have a unique methods for teaching dyslexics, I would love to hear of it.78114
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