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Some common features of dyslexic writers

Updated: Dec 5, 2020



1. Omission: Omit a single letter

occuring for occurring


2. Insertion: Insert a single letter

off for of


3. Substitution: Replace a single letter with another single letter

definate for definite


4. Transposition: Misorder two adjacent letters

lable for label

A single letter is misplaced by more than one position in a word

litgh for light


5. Grapheme substitution: A plausible but incorrect choice of grapheme

their for there

thort for thought


6. Wrong use of a split vowel digraph

gole for goal

If you know a young person who makes these kinds of choices – he or she can be helped.

Please see: Information from ACARA on the adjustments available to young people with disabilities.

Information from ACARA on the adjustments available to young people with disabilities.

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Information from the Victorian Education Department on dyslexia

Learning Difficulties and Dyslexia


Information from the Yale Centre for Creativity and Dyslexia

Yale Centre for Creativity and Dyslexia

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