Dyslexia: A practical guide for teachers
Author 1: Margaret Crombie
A ready to use, hands-on book for the busy teacher which provides full insights into dyslexia.
- More Information
Margaret explains the terminology associated with dyslexia and importantly how it might be recognised in the classroom. There is a section on early identification, with a number of checklists which cover ages ranging from the nursey to the later stages of secondary education. There is also a fuller diagnostic assessment for classroom teachers.
Other chapters focus on teaching strategies across the curriculum, plus detailed support ideas for reading, spelling, writing, memory strategies, handwriting, mathematics, PE and foreign language learning. In addition Margaret has included ideas on motivation and growth mind-set.