They called me stupid (TEFC)

Canada, 1978

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Focuses on the problems of dyslexia, a condition which causes great distress to children and adults, since it results in difficulties in reading and consequently also in learning. One theory is that it is a listening rather than a seeing complaint. Examines a new invention, called the “Electronic ear” which has proved helpful in many cases.

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producer/director

Tom Kelly

production company

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Duration

00:19:27:00

Production places
Canada
Production dates
1978

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