Critically discuss what case studies of individuals with acquired dysgraphia and acquired dyslexia have suggested about how cognitive processes related to reading and spelling Description
Elements to aim to include in your exam answers are:
· Demonstration of your understanding of the topic
· Well-organised and coherent argument addressing the question set
· Use of a wide range of supporting evidence
· Demonstration of independent thought, by making points and/or including evidence that was not explicitly highlighted in the lecture content, e.g. by making links between different content or using relevant evidence from your independent reading.
· A critical approach to the topic. This can be achieved by evaluating the theoretical and empirical evidence in a way that is relevant to the exam question, i.e. what strengths/limitations are there that could impact on the ability of the evidence to shed light on the question? You can also show a critical approach to the topic by comparing and contrasting the evidence, to show an appreciation for where evidence is supported by other pieces of evidence, or where there is conflict.
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