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Dyslexia Guidance

ISBN13: 9780708717691
Author(s): Martin Turner and Philippa Bodien
Publisher: GL Assessment, 2007
SKU code: 4086BK
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Dyslexia Guidance is a comprehensive guide that offers advice on supporting dyslexic students both in the classroom and through intervention from specialist practitioners.

An invaluable resource for teachers and special education teachers, Dyslexia Guidance is ideal for use after the Dyslexia Screener Digital and Dyslexia Portfolio, that provides practical advice on supporting dyslexic pupils, from pre-school through to university level.

By concentrating on the 'life cycle' of a pupil with dyslexia, Dyslexia Guidance takes the reader through each stage of a pupil's school career. It starts with commonly occurring precursors for dyslexia - such as dislike of school and difficulty with letters and numbers - through transfer to secondary school, acquisition of study skills and techniques, and Access Arrangements for pupils tackling public examinations.

Key Features
  • Advice and effective activities based on real classroom experiences
  • Photocopiable materials for use in the classroom and small group settings to help teachers' structure day-to-day teaching plans
  • It explores the 'life cycle' of a pupil, enabling teachers to better understand the nature of the condition and how best to support pupils from early years to those in higher education
  • The social and behavioural issues that most concern parents and teachers are explored in detail within the guide.

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Author(s): Martin Turner and Philippa Bodien
About the Author(s):

Martin Turner is an independent educational psychologist who has been involved with training specialist teachers over many years and considered there to be a gap in the resources available for effective and up-to-date tests that would allow teachers to put into practice the training they had received.