Grammar and high school children

Apart from the slow reading pace, text understanding difficulties, poor and incorrect writing, calculation difficulties, the most important problem is the absence of the learning ability.

In secondary school (ages 10-14), children suffering from dyslexia have the following symptoms:
▪ Do not find pleasure in reading, writing;
▪ Are always behind in fulfilling reading and writing tasks;
▪ Often make spelling mistakes, especially with unknown words;
▪ Sometimes replace letter in writing, if in a hurry;
▪ Find it difficult to understand abstract notions;
▪ Have difficulties understanding the texts read;
▪ understand information erroneously;
▪ Have learning difficulties in various subjects;
▪ Have a poor vocabulary, dysgrammatism;
▪ Have issues with expressing their thoughts;
▪ Can have difficulties in summarizing information, in drafting schemes;
▪ Have serious grammar issues when learning foreign languages; can learn to speak very well but must make substantial efforts to successfully pass a foreign language examination;
▪ Have self-esteem issues because of school failures;
▪ The lack of understanding and support from parents and teachers can lead to serious behavior disorders. E.g.: avoiding school, rambling, entering gangs, theft, etc. These young people can remain uneducated, have school integration issues and even existential ones.