Dyslexia: A Teaching Handbook / Edition 2by Michael Thomson, Bill Watkins
Pub. Date: 03/16/1998
This highly practical handbook meets the need for a general guide that provides teachers with the skills, techniques and structure to help children with specific learning difficulties achieve success. See more details below
This highly practical handbook meets the need for a general guide that provides teachers with the skills, techniques and structure to help children with specific learning difficulties achieve success.
Table of Contents
Preface to the First Edition.
Preface to th Second Edition.
Chapter 1 Introduction.
Historical context and definition.
Features of dyslexia.
Dyslexia as a syndrome.
Causes of dyslexia.
Reading and spelling development.
Assessment and teaching.
Addendum: Dyslexia and the 1981 Education Act.
Code of Practice.
Individual Educational Plans.
Dyslexia and the National Curriculum.
Chapter 2 Making a Start.
Setting up a dyslexia unit.
Priniples of teaching.
General classroom procedures.
Chapter 3 From Spoken to Written Language.
Linguistic knowledge required by child and teacher.
Written language structure.
Chapter 4 Reading.
Use of word lists.
Developing reading skills.
Listening to dyslexics read.
Written language structure and meaning.
Choosing a book.
Useful reading schemes.
Chapter 5 Spelling.
Teaching techniques for spelling.
Chapter 6 Writing.
Chapter 7 The Older Student.
Choice of course.
Chapter 8 Computers and Dyslexia.
Using information technology in a specialist school.
Computers in the classroom.
Information technology curriculum.
Using computers with dyslexics.
Curriculum outline for word processing with dyslexics.
1. Examples of Individual Educational Plans (IEP) - English.
II. Phonic work sheets.
III. Common words for a basic sight vocabulary.
IV Suggested key word list for irregular words.
V Key word list for school subjects.
VI Word lists.
VII Spelling rules.
VIII Vowel digraphs/diphthongs.
IX Ways of spelling.
X The impossible word list.
XII Using the Aston Portfolio for prescriptive teaching based on error analysis.
XIII Some examples of minimal pair words (southern British pronunciation).
XIV Word processing examples.
XV Reading game.
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