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On Sun, 1 Jun 1997, Robert Beeching wrote:
> >A CASE IN POINT:
> > One boy was sent to "art class" because he was a "non-reader", with what
> was called low "comprehension" skills, but he drew beautifully; he sat
> silently in class making no notes while I produced an outline on the board.
> He said: "I can't read or write." I said: "Look at the board as though it
> were a "picture." Copy all those shapes as well as you can." In six months,
> he was reading, writing, and drawing more beautifully than ever.