Teaching the slow-learning child
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Teaching the slow-learning child an organized program for teachers of exceptional children by Robert L MacDonald

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Published by Media Informational Systems in Vista, Calif .
Written in English


  • Slow learning children

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Number of Pages79
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Originally published in The authors of this text examine ways in which both ordinary schools and special needs schools can further develop suitable education for pupils with special needs, including improved post-school guidance. This title aims to provide a guide to teachers in deciding the aims of their teaching and to assist in the planning of their teaching methods. book review. BOOKS FOR THE OLDER BACKWARD READER. The Slow Learning Child METHODS AND MATERIALS FOR TEACHING RETARDED READERS—1. J. Richardson. The Slow Learning Child. Volume 1, - Issue 1. Published online: 6 Jul Article. HELP FOR THE PARENTS OF SUBNORMAL CHILDREN. Mrs. M. Danby. The Slow Learning Child. Volume 1, . The teacher makes independent sentence cards and word cards independent of the book. In this way, the child recognizes the words. Each child learns comprehensions and it becomes an ego involved activity. In this way the slow learning children learned, consolidated their learning, and learned . ABC Spelling Magic 1, 2 & 3 apps help your child build short, phonetic words, consonant blends, and then letter words with consonant blends and syllables. Aesop’s Quest app is a wonderful app that emphasizes comprehension in a fun way. Children use what they remember of the story to advance levels. For grades

  How to Help Slow-Learning Children. If your child is having trouble learning, one of the most effective ways to help is to provide support at home that will complement the curriculum in school. Keep reading to find ways that you can help your child get the most out of his or her education. A child who is labeled a ‘slow learner’ is one who: Reaches normal infant and toddler milestones later than the average child on a consistent basis. These milestones include crawling, walking, speech and vocabulary and motor skills such as clapping, hopping, skipping, recognising eyes, ears, etc. Mini-Books. contributed by Leanne Guenther. Make these free printable children's books to encourage your kids to read. There are a variety of themes to choose from -- the majority of the books target younger readers (preschool, kindergarten and early grade school) although a few of the books are a bit more challenging. When teaching a novel to high school students, help slow learners by passing out worksheets and supplementary materials with visuals, such as family trees of the characters involved, timelines of the plot, and images of historical maps, costumes, and houses from the period of the novel.