Children's Difficulties in Reading, Spelling and Writing

Children's Difficulties in Reading, Spelling and Writing : Challenges and Responses

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  • Hardback | 329 pages
  • 156 x 234mm | 453g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Routledge Falmer
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • index
  • 1850006903
  • 9781850006909

Table of contents

Part 1 Challenges: literacy and the national curriculum - the challenge of the 1990s, Peter D.Pumfrey; the definition and identification of specific learning difficulties, Colin D.Elliott; subtypes of specific learning difficulty - a review, Stephen Tyler; reconciling different approaches to intervention, Rea Reason. Part 2 Responses: phonological development and reading, Peter E.Bryant; rhyming connections in learning to read and spell, Lynette Bradley; learning to spell, learning to read, Suzanne Cataldo and Nick Ellis; dyslexia in childhood - a cognitive-developmental perspective, Margaret J.Snowling; intervention strategies for backward readers in the primary school classroom, Asher Cashdan and Judith Wright; teaching programmes for children with specific learning difficulties, Michael Thomson; some effects of a dyslexia centred teaching programme, Beve Hornsby and Maria Farrer; testing and teaching pupils with reading difficulties, Peter D.Pumfrey; making reading real, Helen Arnold; Learning Strategies For Pupils With Literacy Difficulties - Motivation, meaning and imagery, Morag Hunter-Carsch; ARROW - alleviating children's reading and spelling difficulties, Colin H.Lane; suggestions for helping children with spelling problems, David Moseley; meeting the challenges of specific learning difficulties, Harry T.Chasty; children with spelling and writing difficulties - an alternative approach, E.Neville more