Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Whole child reading: A quick-start guide to teaching students with down syndrome and other developmental delays
Whole child reading: A quick-start guide to teaching students with down syndrome and other developmental delays is a 186-page guide to teaching reading that can be used by educators and parents alike. The author, a mom of an adult son with Down syndrome, offers simple strategies to use with beginning or struggling readers such as using homemade flash cards or "sandwiching" fun reading activities with those that may be difficult for the reader. She emphasizes using books that provide an intense interest for the reader along with learning sight words for content before learning phoentics.
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