The Lancashire Grid for Learning provides a variety of educational resources, content and managed services to support schools in maximising the benefits of technology to support teaching and learning. If you have any feedback regarding our resources, content or services, please contact presentation for parents mathematics in a child’s life. CURRICULUM Links, resources and support for curriculum areas. PRIMARY ENGLISH Information, projects and resources to support Primary English.
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Subscribe to our Newsletter Get the latest tips, news, and developments. ResourcesAUSPELD provides access to a number of excellent resources for teachers dealing with learning disabilities, students with learning disabilities and parents of struggling students. This Australian resource provides an overview of the nature of learning difficulties and the most effective assessment and intervention strategies currently available. This booklet, in conjunction with the enclosed CD, is designed to provide principals, teachers and school psychologists throughout Australia, with a greater awareness and understanding of the significant impact learning disabilities can have on students, and to outline the most effective remediation and accommodation strategies available to them in the classroom. Talk for Writing helps build a love of reading and enables children to move from oral storytelling to beginning to write stories of their own. This book shows early years settings how to set up the approach and how to involve parents, carers and other family members through learning the same stories that the children are learning. This family involvement not only helps the children’s linguistic development but also increases the confidence of family members in supporting their children.
Talk For Writing Across The Curriculum’ shows you how to help children speak the language of non-fiction before they attempt to write it. This is a three-step process using fun, multi-sensory activities. It helps build children’s confidence and linguistic ability so that they are able to create their own writing. Talk For Writing Across The Curriculum’ is designed with busy teachers in mind and will help them transform children’s writing and attainment across the curriculum.
Building on best practice, this practical guide takes you step by step through how to establish quality written communication across the secondary curriculum. It can be used as a handbook by literacy co-ordinators to lead the approach as well as being a source of practical ideas for each subject area. Every teacher can help students internalise the pattern of language of their subject through focused talk activities related to exemplar text. This new book brings together for the first time the most requested and timeless articles on key literacy related topics over the past decade from the International Dyslexia Association’s Perspectives on Language and Literacy. An indispensable reference book for teachers and students. With over 170 pages giving all the linguistic rules and phonic principles of English spelling. It includes generalisations for the phonic spelling of sounds and words, syllable division, rules of affixing and plural rules.
Where there are known exceptions these are listed. The book is particularly valuable in teaching those who have auditory and visual processing difficulties. The authors select and distil the most significant research in the field to provide clear and detailed explanations of the identification, understanding, emotional consequences and research into dyslexia and other reading problems. Learning Subcommittee of IDA accompanied by the IDA publication Basic Facts. This presentation is intended to provide an introduction, including the definition and treatment of dyslexia. Developed for use by regional branches of the IDA and by other professionals giving presentations on dyslexia. Outside the Square is a series of films designed to increase awareness and understanding of dyslexia in our education system.
We develop a deep understanding of dyslexia and showcase effective teaching strategies to assist students with dyslexia. Targeted Teaching for Students with Dyslexia. Explicit Teaching of Language and Literacy. There are tips on helping children with special needs including dyslexia.
Zoe invites readers to learn about dyslexia from her perspective, helping them to understand how dyslexia affects her daily life, why some tasks can be especially challenging for her, and how she can be helped. This illustrated book will be a helpful guide for family, friends, teachers and carers, and a great starting point for group discussions. Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and Mathematics will be an essential resource for teachers, classroom assistants, and SENCOs who help dyslexic and dyscalculic children with their understanding of mathematics. This practical book reveals helpful ways in which to tackle both simple and complex concepts with students of all ages.
Tales of Literacy for the 21st Century tackles some of the most difficult questions for the next generation around literacy and thought. What will happen to our children and to ourselves as we move from a literacy-based culture to a digital one? Some of the features on CT. The page you are trying to access has moved. The Connecticut State Department of Education has a new website. If you have existing bookmarks you will need to navigate to them and re-bookmark those pages.
Go to the New CSDE Website! High-Functioning Autism safe and successful in school, but you’ll need to make sure they have all the knowledge they need to help. If there will be any sort of change in my youngster’s classroom or routine, please notify me as far in advance as possible so that we can all work together in preparing her for it. My youngster needs structure and routine in order to function. Please try to keep his world as predictable as possible.