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You’re not alone: Help for teachers of struggling readers from multisensory teaching experts



Communication & language, English & dual language learners, Learning disabilities & delays, Literacy & reading

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Judith R. Birsh

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When teachers encounter students in their classes who struggle to read, they often are at a loss as to how to help them. General ed teachers don’t always get instruction in how to reach students who fail to learn in the standard ways. Teachers who find themselves struggling in the classroom can turn to Multisensory Teaching of Basic Language Skills, Third Edition. The techniques in this compilation for teaching students with dyslexia have been shown to also help others having trouble learning to read. Learning how to read is a systematic process that can be taught. The authors of the Multisensory Teaching activity book have these words of advice for teachers willing to take on the challenge.

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