In deformity and intentional poor penmanship. Furthermore, it could

In a single classroom, writing is the most
common mode of communication however, those with dysgraphia are less able to
express themselves through writing and they can be misunderstood as dumb. It is defined as a condition that causes trouble with
written expression. Those children who is suffering from it has difficulty even
just holding a pencil and organizing letters on a line. Patino(2014) stated
that Dysgraphia is unfamiliar term but its symptoms are very common. Part of it
are illegible handwriting, incomplete letters, several mistakes in spelling,
saying words aloud to self when writing, trouble in grammar structure and
inefficient use of paper lines and spaces. In addition to, they also has
trouble reading maps or following directions and even writes jumbled sentences.
There are several causes of it which includes brain damage, physical illness or
deformity and intentional poor penmanship. Furthermore, it could also be caused
by multiple mental images, no or inadequate instruction, disorientation and inadequate
natural orientation. Frye (1998) said that Dysgraphia could be treated in
several ways such as academic interventions which will allow the child to
manage their symptoms which will require less writing activities. It involves
extra time for student to take the tests, providing students with teacher’s
copy of notes and reducing the length of written assignments. There are also
several interventions that could be done at home. Encourage them to dictate sentences
into a tape recorder before writing them down. As well as, engage them in a
multi-sensory exercises which will enable them to feel the letter as they write
in the air, sand or paint using their fingers. Writing is one of the important
thing in studying, those having dysgraphia struggling in academic context needs
assistance and support from other people in order for them to manage their
symptoms.