Specific Learning Difficulties, Language, Emotional Relationships, Siblings
Korea, Maria Drossinou -
The study, under the lights of social model for the special educational needs aims to highlight family history factors for specific learning difficulties in language and in particular, the emotional interactions between siblings. Emotional difficulties in expression arise when part of the parental role from the mother is assigned to the "bigger" sister, philologist to take care of the language learning disabilities of the younger sister who has poor performs at school. The research tools used the methodology of observation and intervention of specific learning difficulties (dyslexia) in a case study of a third junior high school student. In the results, we have seen that the social values family system in principle put forms positive attitudes to supporting specific learning difficulties in the language. But, in the continuous of difficulties, the emotional interactions between siblings, there are inequalities and dependencies that impede emotional organization.