Mindmapping fits well with a ‘dyslexic learning style’.
It’s a way of planning out a piece of writing, or revising something you need to remember or learn.
Start off with a central image and add branches as they occur to you. Use key words, colours and images to help you absorb and remember the information.
There are examples of mindmaps throughout this site.
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You can find out more about mindmaps and their inventor, Tony Buzan, by clicking on http://www.mind-map.com.