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STAKEHOLDER LETTER AND PROPOSAL 4

Stakeholder letter and proposal

Kaniesha Montgomery
ENG 330
July 18, 2021

This semester I have been researching and writing about students with Dyslexia in schools, which relates to educational policy or reforms on local, state, regional, and national levels. For this reason, in my proposal and stakeholder letter, I will advocate for the dyslexic students to create awareness in Dyslexia among students and make screening diagnosis and treatment of Dyslexia more affordable to students with low-income families, mainly in public schools to reduce the reading achievement gap and aim for excellence.

Stakeholder Letter in Business Letter Format

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To whom it may concern,
RE; A LETTER TO THE STAKEHOLDERS FOR A PROPOSED PROJECT WITHIN THE SCHOOL

The enclosed proposal responds to a dire need to reach out to the dyslexic students in the school. This letter is written to all the stakeholders that are very person who will be directly or indirectly affected by the endeavor, not limited to principals, superintendents, curriculum coordinators, and colleagues in the school. I am a teacher at the school, and I am advocating for the dyslexic children in the school who are yet to be identified and thus neglected by the school in their academic capacities. There is a great need to recognize Dyslexia as a disability that children go through and the support they need to receive. Dyslexia is the main cause of the reading achievement gap in many students from all backgrounds. Children who have Dyslexia but are yet to identify it are highly likely to grow up believing they are dumb or stupid and education is not their niche. As a result, they record a higher rate of school dropouts hi unemployment, poverty, anxiety, and depression. However, with proper interventions, dyslexic people can become very successful in the future.
For this reason, I write this letter to propose a set date once every term to create awareness about Dyslexia and the mobilizing of grassroots levels to reduce the reading achievement gap through the diagnosis screening and treatment of all dyslexic students in the school once every term. This is because the school that I teach in is a public school filled with low and middle-income communities; thus, the parents of these children do not have the means to access the expensive tutoring and testing for their children. In addition, these measures do not exist in many public schools in the country, and this school is not an exception. Therefore, I propose a set day every once a term where parents are invited, and awareness is created on Dyslexia. On this day, there could also be educational programs for teachers where they will be trained to identify and support dyslexic students. The identified students will be screened, diagnosed, and offered treatment plans. They will also be assigned specific teachers who will tutor them during the tern, and they will

“ Teaching Students with Dyslexia”

July 4, 2021

Different children learn at different paces, and reading is just like any other skill. Children find reading as a challenge for one moment or another. However, if at some point reading becomes a consistent struggle that leaves a child lagging behind his colleagues, then that child may be suffering from a learning disorder called dyslexia. This kind of problem is associated with difficulty in reading. It affects a child’s aptitude for recognizing and manipulating the sounds in language. Children who have dyslexia may end up having a challenging moment when it comes to decoding new words. This brings about difficulties with reading, spelling, and writing capabilities.
There are ways in which people with dyslexia can be assisted to read and write. Federal law ensures schools provide children with the necessary help (Hartford, 2017). However, many schools across the country deny students with dyslexia proper treatment by failing to identify them. It is argued that persistent punctuation and spelling requirements during examinations in many schools limit academic achievement for dyslexic children. Therefore, effective strategies are supposed to be put up for teachers who are working with these children every day.
Through ultimate help and language strategies for compensating for these children’s weakness in decoding, students living with dyslexia can learn faster and develop more capabilities in reading and thrive academically (Mills, 2017). It is estimated that one of them is living with a dyslexia disorder in a group of five children. Most experts used to say that dyslexia used to occur mostly in boys compared to girls, but currently, research proves that dyslexia affects both boys and girls in an equal measure.
To begin with, early identification is the first attempt and primary key to defeating dyslexia. Therefore, the school districts should incorporate ways to identify children living with dyslexia because it will assist mostly in identifying students who are mostly left unidentified or diagnosed with dyslexia. One of the reasons why the school districts are supposed first to identify these students to come up with new and more strategies concerning the teaching process is that this disorder affects the child’s ability to read and their self-esteem. Moreover, students suffer from low self-esteem because they are not aware of what is going on in them unfortunately, these students get to a point of being accused of not putting enough effort into learning how to read and write. Therefore, by revising some of the strategies they use in dealing with these cases, students will greatly be able to build their self-esteem.
Once they have identified students suffering from this disorder, they can develop strategies on how to assist them. School districts ensure dyslexic children have easy time learning by assisting them in discovering that they are more than smart and capable of becoming the be

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Good Strategies for teaching students with Dyslexia

ENG 330
June 11, 2021

Dyslexia refers to a language-based learning disability comprising different symptoms that result in people having difficulties with particular language skills such as reading and writing. The problems associated with Dyslexia include learning to speak, spelling, reading, difficulty doing mathematics, memorizing numbers, and learning letters and their sounds. Teachers can use different strategies to teach students who have Dyslexia, such as structural literacy, functional materials, and interactive instructions. 
Kurnoff, S. (2021). Strategies that work for students grade 9 to 12 with Dyslexia. LD OnLine: The world’s leading website on learning disabilities and ADHD. https://www.ldonline.org/article/6371/

Kurnoffs’ article begins by giving an example of three university students that have been diagnosed with Dyslexia. Next, the paper lists homework, research papers, and management as ways of helping such students. 
The paper should be considered because it addresses ways to help children from grades 9-12. However, the author should consider expounding the points and explanations.
The article highlights different ways teachers for grades 9-12 can help instill English skills in dyslexic students, such as reducing research into small portions. 
Martnelli, K. (2019, June 24). Understanding dyslexia. Child Mind Institute. https://childmind.org/article/understanding-dyslexia/

According to the article, Dyslexia is highly associated with trouble in learning. However, Dyslexia is not a measure of a child’s intelligence but the gap between students’ achievement and ability. 
If people understood the signs and symptoms of dyslexia teachers, it would be easier to diagnose and help such students. 
The paper will be helpful because it gives people the knowledge for signs and symptoms to use while diagnosing and assist dyslexic students. 
Olofsson, Å., Ahl, A., & Taube, K. (2012). Learning and study strategies in University students with Dyslexia: Implications for teaching. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 47, 1184-1193. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.06.798

The article focuses on the strategies that high school students use to cope with dyslexia condition. The students were handed several questionnaires to input their opinion on the subject. 
It is an excellent article because the authors give different angles and approaches for strategies to use while helping dyslexic students. Unfortunately, the authors ask for student input but not professional opinions. 
The paper gives examples of facilities that dyslexic students would use to help their students. Facilities include power points, recording of lectures, and audio. 
Rawe, J. (2019, August 5). How do you teach a child with Dyslexia to read? Home. https://www.understood.org/en/learning-thinking-differences/child-learning-disabilities/dyslexia/how-do-you-teach-a-child-with-dyslexia-to-read

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