Is It a Learning Difficulty or a Matter of Perspective?

Filed Under (NLP learning difficulties) by NLP-Life-Coach on 01-10-2017

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Sometimes people think that someone’s different way of doing something is a learning difficulty. But is it a learning difficulty or a matter of perspective? Read the rest of this entry »

NLP Chunking for Learning Difficulties

Filed Under (NLP learning difficulties) by NLP-Life-Coach on 01-08-2017

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I explained the NLP principle of chunking information and how it helps to improve memorizing and remembering in this article.  But you or anyone can also beautifully use NLP chunking for learning difficulties. Here’s how:    Read the rest of this entry »

Grounding and Learning Difficulties

Filed Under (NLP learning difficulties) by NLP-Life-Coach on 01-06-2016

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Have you ever wondered where ADD, ADHD, dyspraxia, dyslexia, dyscalculia, and other learning difficulties stem from and how you could help yourself or someone who has them?  Read the rest of this entry »

NLP for Mixing Up Words in Speech

Filed Under (NLP learning difficulties) by NLP-Life-Coach on 01-04-2016

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Mixing up words when speaking is many people’s problem.  They look for medical names for it on the net, yet find none, because it boils down to a simple phenomenon described in this article. How can NLP help? Read the rest of this entry »

Why Phonics Are Not Suitable for Early Stages of Teaching / Learning English

Filed Under (NLP learning difficulties) by NLP-Life-Coach on 01-08-2010

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I take it you already know of tough and bough and cough and dough…

Others may stumble, but not you, on hiccough, thorough, slough, and through.

Well done!  And now you wish, perhaps, to learn of less familiar traps?

Beware of heard, a dreadful word that looks like beard and sounds like bird.

And dead: it’s said like bed, not bead; for goodness’ sake, don’t call it deed!

Watch out for meat and great and threat, they rhyme with suite and straight and debt.

A moth is not a moth in mother, not both in bother, broth in brother.

And here is not a match for there, nor dear and fear for bear and pear.

And then there’s dose and rose and lose, just look then up – and goose and choose!

Then cork and work and card and ward and font and front and word and sword.

And do and go, then thwart and cart – come, come!  I’ve hardly made a start!

A dreadful language?  Why, man alive! I mastered it when I was five!

And yet to write it the more I try, I’ll not learn how til the day I die.

Need I say more?  Well, perhaps.

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