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Pauline Clayton is the principal tutor for mathematics at the Dyslexia Institute in London. Based upon her vast experience, this guide explores practical ideas and teaching techniques that can support children with dyslexia in the mathematics classroom.
By Jane Speake
Speech and language difficulties are the most common developmental problems encountered in the primary classroom, yet identifying the children who are affected can seem a complex and difficult process. This work provides a guide to it.
This volume has been developed to teach and develop oral language and social interaction skills to children aged 4-6. Containing 40 sessions, the book aims to help teachers to develop the "rules" of interaction with the help of the character Ginger the Bear, who features in all the activities.
By David Mosely
A set of photocopy masters for use in conjunction with the "ACE Spelling Dictionary". It contains worksheets, activities and games which promote the use of the dictionary to reinforce and extend word skills. It is aimed specifically at the dyslexic or slow-learning reader.
Effective social interaction is vital for developing and maintaining relationships. This programme for pupils with mild to moderate learning disabilities aims to increase self-esteem, listening skills and language abilities. It includes notes, worksheets and evaluation forms.