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The teaching assistant's guide to dyslexia

Author: Gavin Reid; Shannon Green
Publisher: London : Continuum, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This practical guide gives you useful advice on: understanding and identifying dyslexia; developing effective strategies for aiding the learning of dyslexic children; supporting pupils across the curriculum; and encouraging the development of self-esteem. Each chapter provides a range of activities and reflective questions for you to learn from." "This book is also for Classroom Aides, Classroom Assistants,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gavin Reid; Shannon Green
ISBN: 9780826497598 0826497594
OCLC Number: 163617047
Description: pages cm
Contents: Introduction to dyslexia --
Identifying needs : linking assessment with support --
Supporting the learner --
Planning for learning --
Extending learning : comprehension, study skills and learning styles --
Support across the curriculum --
Self-esteem and motivation --
Working with others : the potential of teaching assistants.
Responsibility: Gavin Reid and Shannon Green.

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Gives TAs useful advice on: understanding why some pupils have more difficulty in understanding mathematics than others; developing pupils key skills in numeracy; and, using effective resources to  Read more...

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"Targeted at TAs, this book provides particularly relevant and practical information. It gives a more in-depth overview of dyslexia than Dyslexia Pocketbook and gives clear explanations of how the Read more...

 
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