A learner with autism with very sensitive body is pained by touches, sights, smells, and sounds, which are normal to others.
Many individuals with autism have cognitive impairment to some degree. When compared to cognitive impairment that slow growth, individuals with autism may show uneven development of skills (Gleason & Ratner, 2012). They might have difficulty in areas communication but might also develop skills in other areas like solving mathematical problems, creating music, drawing, or memorizing facts. Therefore, they might test higher on nonverbal intelligence tests. This paper discusses learning diversity of autistic children in English lessons.
Autism comes in the first three years of life. Some children portray signs from birth while others develop normally then suddenly slip into symptoms when aged between 18 and 36 months. Nonetheless, some people may not show any sign of symptoms until demands of the situation surpass their capabilities. Autism is four times more in boys than in girls. It knows no ethnic, social, or racial boundaries.
As mentioned above, autism is a disability that impairs socialization and communication. Students with autism experience challenge related to learning and reading. However, with targeted accommodation and interventions in reading instruction and assessment, they may become proficient readers. Therefore, understand the characters of the learners with autism are the firm important step for the development a practical instruction and appropriate assessment for them.
Children with autism depict communication deficits, which may involve a total absence of the capacity to speak, along with focus on interests combine with repetitive patterns of behavior. The lack of an individual language skill can happen especially, in the area of conception of higher-level discourse that may also influence the reading compression ability. Some learners