Dyslexic students struggle with a variety of sub-skills of reading, including:
Phonological processing: The ability to hear and manipulate the individual sounds in words.
Phonics: The relationship between letters and sounds.
Word recognition: The ability to quickly and accurately identify words in print.
Reading fluency: The ability to read smoothly and expressively.
Reading comprehension: The ability to understand what is being read.
Dyslexic students may also struggle with other aspects of literacy, such as spelling, handwriting, and grammar.