Multisensory teaching of basic language skills / edited byJudith R. Birsh [Texto impreso]Original language: English Publisher: Baltimore, Md. : P.H. Brookes Pub. Co. cop. 2011Edition: 3rd. edDescription: xxviii, 786 p. : il. ; 26 cmISBN: 978-1-59857-093-9Subject(s): Dislexia
|Item type||Current location||Collection||Call number||Status||Date due||Barcode||Course reserves|
|Libro||Biblioteca Universidad Europea del Atlántico Fondo General||No ficción||159.93 MUL||Available||2830|
Bibliografía por capítulos
1. Connecting research and practice ; 2. Multisensory structured language education ; 3. Development of oral language and its relationship to literacy 4. The history and structure of written English ; 5. Teaching phonemnic awareness ; 6. Alphabet knowledge: letter recognition, naming and swquencing ; 7. Teaching hand writing ; 8. Teaching reading: accurate decoding ; 9. Teaching speling ; 10. Fluency in learning to read: conceptions, misconceptions, learning desabilities and intructional moves ; 11. Word learning and vocabulary ; 12. Strategies to improve reading comprehension in the multisensory classroom ; 13. Composition: evidence-based intruction ; 14. Assessment ; 15. Plannuing multisensory structured language lessons and the classroom enviroment ; 16. Instruction for older students with a word-level reading desability ; 17. Adolescent leteracy: addressing the needs of students in grades 4-12 ; 18. Learning strategies and study skills: the skORE system ; 19. Wordking with High-Functioning adults with dislexya and other academic challenges ; 20. Language and literacy development among English language learners ; 21. Multisensory mathematics instruction ; 22. Technology that supports literacy instrucion and learning ; 23. Rights of individuals with dyslexia and other disabilities. Appendix A: Glossary ; Appendix B: Materials and sources.