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The World´s Greatest Underachiever and the Crazy Classroom Cascade 1
Vtipně napsaná knížka o klukovi, který se jmenuje Hank a raději by sjížděl na lyžích poslepu Mount Everest než by psal domácí úkol. Je dyslektik, aniž by to zatím věděl. Knížka je vč. rozhovoru s autorem a hercem Henry Winklerem (také dyslektikem). ukázka textu (viz detail)
"Does nobody care about my problem?" I said. "Is anybody listening?"
My friends stopped eating and looked at me.
"How am I going to write five perfect paragraphs by next Monday when I can't get what I'm thinking about down on paper?" I said. "My handwriting looks like a chicken stepped in tar and ran across the page".
I can't spell words because I can't sound them out. So how am I going to find them in a dictionary if I can't spell them in the first place? Do you know my dictionary has one thousand two hundred and fifty-six pages? Words get lost in there."
Ukázka z rozhovoru s autorem:
What was it like growing up with dyslexia?
HW: When I was growing up in New York City, no one knew what dyslexia was. I was called stupid and lazy, and I was told that I was not living up to my potential. It was, without a doubt, painful. I spent most of my time covering up the fact that reading, writing, spelling, maths, science - actually every subject but lunch - was really, really difficult for me. .....