<em>How to Teach Reading Skills to Students with Disabilities: A Simple Approach for All Ages</em> offers a comprehensive reading method and technique to struggling readers. It helps students acquire reading skills through lessons tailored and designed specifically for students with disabilities as well as English language learners.
<ul> <li>Short lessons</li> <li>Reading patterns</li> <li>Practice exercises for all learning styles</li> <li>Lesson reviews</li> <li>Lesson tests</li> </ul>
Dr. Oumou Traore is a special education teacher for the New York City Department of Education. Reading has been the most challenging subject her students face. It doesn’t help that most of the students read well below their grade level. This means that books or reading materials that have been assigned for them are simply too difficult. There is a lack of instructional materials designed with special needs students in mind. As a result, Dr. Traore has created and tailored most of her teaching materials for them and was the main reason she developed <em>How to Teach Reading Skills to Students with Disabilities: A Simple Approach for All Ages</em>. Dr. Traore believes special education students need organized, proven methods to help them become the best readers they can be. <em>How to Teach Reading Skills to Students with Disabilities</em> is just such a method. It is a compilation of essential everyday words, word families, and beginning-and-ending blends that students need in order to build a successful foundation in reading.
publisher: Rowe Publishing (March 1, 2017)
isbn: 1939054826, 978-1939054821,
weight: 2.8 pounds (