Multisensory Teaching of Basic Language Skills

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Judith R. Birsh
P.H. Brookes Publishing Company, 1999 - Education - 563 pages
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Discover how to reach all of your students -- no matter what their learning style -- with these exciting instructional techniques. Comprehensive and practical, this guide reveals how and why multisensory teaching methods work in any classroom. Backed by research and clinical experience with children and adults with learning disabilities, the authors put theory into practice as they show specific teaching approaches that promote
-- phonological awareness
-- spelling and grammar
-- reading comprehension
-- organization and study skills
-- alphabet skills
-- reading accuracy and fluency
-- handwriting and composition
-- communication with parents

Field-tested instructional materials and activities are also included, along with observation and assessment models. This guide to multisensory instruction is critical reading for every pre- and in-service educator.

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Contents

Multisensory Instruction
1
Development of Oral Language and Its Relationship to Literacy
19
Letter Recognition Naming and Sequencing
85
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About the author (1999)

Judith Birsh is educational consultant specializing in professional development.

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