By the time a student who has reading problems reaches adolescence, patterns of avoidance, denial, and resistance may hinder classroom participation. Now, this new book will show you how to convince a student who is mistakenly labeled as unmotivated and without goals that academic success is attainable. Never Too Late to Read provides tips, techniques, and strategies you can easily implement. This practical and timely book describes typical students with dyslexia and leads you step-by-step through the process of evaluating and teaching them. Throughout this book, Alice Ansara's caring, wisdom, commitment, and practice will guide you. You'll build upon her belief that teaching must take place simultaneously on two levels -- enabling students to meet the academic requirements for their classes and helping them overcome specific language deficits. Most important, you'll learn how to do both. Page after page, you'll find lists upon lists of words you can give your students to teach them about specific spelling rules ... the six kinds of syllables ... and roots, prefixes, and suffixes. You'll also find ideas you can use to develop exercises in phonics, spelling, and phrasingStudent Notebook categories This category will contain: 1) 2) 3) 4) models of essays to be read and studied; exercises in narrowing a ... essays that state an opinion, compare and contrast, and descriptive essays, written by students. essays.
|Title||:||Never Too Late To Read|
|Author||:||Ann Cashwell Tuley|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2014-05-07|