Supporting Children with Dyslexia

Supporting Children with Dyslexia

By (author) Garry Squires , By (author) Sally McKeown

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This book focuses on the practical difficulties facing dyslexic pupils every day in the classroom and provides teachers and parents with strategies to support and enable them to access the curriculum with a minimum of fuss and upheaval. It is extended and updated to cover recent legislation, current trends (children services, achievement agenda, inclusion agenda, removing barriers to achievement), with more explanation on dyslexia, current views on learning strategies, Also DfES guidance on literacy and the three 'waves' of intervention, time management, reference to newly produced National Primary Strategy materials to support teacher CPD training, and the use of new classroom technology such as interactive white boards. It takes practical suggestions to teachers and others so that more children with dyslexia can be supported on a day-to-day basis.

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  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 206 x 294 x 8mm | 521.64g
  • 26 Jun 2006
  • Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
  • London
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 8 (b&w) illustrations
  • 0826480780
  • 9780826480781
  • 769,337

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Garry Squires - Senior Practitioner Educational Psychologist. Lecturer, University of Leicester. Director, PhD Educational Psychology, University of Manchester. Sally McKeown - Freelance Educational Consultant working for government agencies and training organizations including Institute of Education.

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"ideal for the classroom teacher who wants to make sure that he or she is up to date on the subject but does not have time to read a lengthy tome." "appealing to look at and easy to read, the text being broken up by boxes, charts and illustrations that add clarity." "a very good read for classroom teachers and teaching assistants." Mary Kelly, The British Journal of Special Education Support for Learning, Vol.34, No.2, 2007--Sanford Lakoff

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