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8 tips for enhancing literacy learning for students with disabilities



Autism, Communication & language, Developmental disabilities & delays, Literacy & reading

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Susan R. Copeland, Elizabeth B. Keefe

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The opportunity to learn literacy skills has not always been offered to students with moderate or severe disabilities. But pressure for all students to show progress and a belief that students with disabilities are capable of greater academic achievement have led to a call for effective strategies for your whole class. In Effective Literacy Instruction for Students with Moderate or Severe Disabilities, authors Susan Copeland and Elizabeth Keefe identify approaches that meet the learning needs of students with disabilities while enhancing the skills of all the students in your class. Take a peek at these pointers that will help you ensure all students in your class are active learners.

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