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Comprehensive literacy for all : teaching students with significant disabilities to read and write / by Karen Erickson and David A. Koppenhaver

By: Erickson, Karen A.
Contributor(s): Koppenhaver, David 1956-.
Publisher: Baltimore, MD : Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., 2020Description: xx, 241 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 26 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781598576573.Subject(s): LEARNING DISABILITY | LITERACY | READING | WRITING | ENGAGEMENT | MOTIVATION | TEACHING STRATEGIES | ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY | TEACHERS GUIDESDDC classification: 371.9144 Also published electronically.
Contents:
SECTION I: CORE UNDERSTANDINGS. - 1. All children can learn to read and write. - 2. Establishing the environment for successful literacy learning. - SECTION II: BUILDING A FOUNDATION FOR LITERACY. - 3. Alphabet knowledge and phonological awareness. - 4. Emergent reading. - 5. Emergent writing. - SECTION III: LEARNING TO READ AND WRITE. - 6. Comprehensive literacy instruction: a research-based framework. - 7. Reading comprehension and vocabulary instruction. - 8. Self-directed reading: supporting motivation and fluency. - 9. Writing. - 10. Decoding woord identification and spelling. - SECTION IV: IMPLEMENTATION. - 11. Using assistive technology effectively to support literacy. - 12. Organizing and delivering effective instruction. - References. - Index.
Summary: "Grounded in the belief that all students can learn to read and write print, this book is a thorough yet practical guide for teaching students with significant disabilities. It explains how to provide comprehensive literacy instruction addressing these students' needs, whether they are emergent readers and writers or students acquiring conventional literacy skills. General and special educators, speech-language pathologists, and other professionals will find concise research synopses and theoretical frameworks, practical lesson formats, guidance on incorporating assessment and using assistive technology, and more." - PUBLISHER'S WEBSITE
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

SECTION I: CORE UNDERSTANDINGS. - 1. All children can learn to read and write. - 2. Establishing the environment for successful literacy learning. - SECTION II: BUILDING A FOUNDATION FOR LITERACY. - 3. Alphabet knowledge and phonological awareness. - 4. Emergent reading. - 5. Emergent writing. - SECTION III: LEARNING TO READ AND WRITE. - 6. Comprehensive literacy instruction: a research-based framework. - 7. Reading comprehension and vocabulary instruction. - 8. Self-directed reading: supporting motivation and fluency. - 9. Writing. - 10. Decoding woord identification and spelling. - SECTION IV: IMPLEMENTATION. - 11. Using assistive technology effectively to support literacy. - 12. Organizing and delivering effective instruction. - References. - Index.

"Grounded in the belief that all students can learn to read and write print, this book is a thorough yet practical guide for teaching students with significant disabilities. It explains how to provide comprehensive literacy instruction addressing these students' needs, whether they are emergent readers and writers or students acquiring conventional literacy skills. General and special educators, speech-language pathologists, and other professionals will find concise research synopses and theoretical frameworks, practical lesson formats, guidance on incorporating assessment and using assistive technology, and more." - PUBLISHER'S WEBSITE

Also published electronically.

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