This collection includes resources to help you adapt and modify your lessons for students with special needs. But really ... these are powerful techniques for ALL learners, so dig in!
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The purpose of specialized instruction in literacy and mathematics is to teach students skills and strategies to work independently to access content. This resource includes many such strategies to meet the variety of needs our special education students present to us.
This is an outstanding resource for teaching individuals with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, and other disabilities sound blending, phoneme segmentation, letter-sound correspondences, decoding, shared reading, sight word recognition, reading sentences and simple stories, and reading comprehension.
This is the first chapter of a new book from ASCD (http://www.ascd.org/Publications/Books/Overview/Total-Literacy-Techniques.aspx) that provides multiple tools to help students analyze literature and informational texts. Jump to page 22 to find specific information about students with special needs.
This website is dedicated to helping children learn to read. For anyone who cares about reading and helping those with dyslexia and reading difficulties, ReadingResource.net is for you. We can explain why children can't read and tell you what you can do to improve their reading skills. Whatever you are seeking, be it reading strategies, teacher resources, reading activities or just a better understanding of the causes of dyslexia and reading problems themselves, you have come to the right place.
The Intervention Planner for Academics is a free online tool that lets educators put together customized academic intervention plans to address reading, writing, and math issues for struggling learners. Once you have created an academic intervention plan, you can download the plan in text or PDF format and even email it to others. And if you have a free Intervention Central account, you can also save academic intervention plans that you create online for later retrieval.