Inventing A Strong Dissertation Title On Dyslexia: Tips And Examples
Coming up with a title for your dissertation is always a challenging task, regardless of the subject. However, with a subject like dyslexia which can have a profound impact on the lives of sufferers then it can almost seem as if you have an additional duty of care, over and above what is usually required. You don’t want to come up with something bland or samey, but neither do you want your title to be overly sensational. So, just how do you invent a strong title on dyslexia? Here’re my tips and examples:
Get to the heart of the problem
There is nothing to be gained from coming up with a soft or woolly title. You need to get to the crux of the issue in as few words as possible while retaining the academic feel to it. If you are looking at treatments for dyslexia then make sure that your title reflects that.
Read some real-life stories
With the best will in the world, academic text books and studies are not going to help you empathise with someone who suffers from this condition. By reading some real-life stories you should get an accurate feel and maybe even get into the hearts and minds of people who live with this day in and day out. This is in my opinion, one of the best ways of coming up with your title.
Get to grips with new teachings
Make sure that you are fully up to speed with how once diagnosed, dyslexia particularly among school children is managed. By adding this additional tool to your arsenal you should be able to come up with a compelling title.
Look at it from an objective viewpoint
Earlier in this article, I suggested reading some real-life stories. Well, another way to tackle this is to look at it from a more clinical and objective viewpoint and see if you can come up with a title that is fitting.
Remember one size doesn’t fit all
Presuming that you are not a completely insensitive oaf, then there really is no right or wrong way to approach this topic. Find a methodology that works for you and then, once you are clear on that try and come up with a title around it. Yes, it is an idea to put yourself in the shoes of someone who suffers from dyslexia but that is not the only approach to take.