Continued from Learning Disability defined
The following is a list of memory deficits often noted in students with a learning disability:
- Often doesn't remember what was seen, heard or shown.
- Has difficulty with remembering sequences in directions or instructions.
- Often forgets the pronounciation of frequently used words, spelling is weak.
- Sight vocabulary is weak and reading is often slow to develop.
- Difficulty with items that need to be memorized - facts, speeches, rhymes etc.
- Often appears forgetful.
- Expressive and receptive language is weak.
- Rarely uses appropriate nouns, refers to that thing, or you know.
- Often repeats the same errors
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