Successful mainstreaming: proven ways to detect and correct special needs

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Joyce S. Choate
Allyn and Bacon, 1993 - Education - 478 pages

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Contents

SAMPLER 9
9
CHAPTER TWO SPECIAL NEEDS
18
Exceptional Students Eligible for Special Education
24
Summary
35
REFLECTIONS
48
WORD RECOGNITION
51
Special Populations
56
1 Follow My Directions
74
Adding Whole Numbers
256
Computing Decimals
270
SAMPLER 1O 1 Personal Number Line
273
MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM SOLVING
280
Special Populations
282
ProblemSolving Samplers
296
SCIENCE
304
Specific Skills and Strategies
311

REFLECTIONS
80
READING COMPREHENSION
82
1 Oral SWAP
119
REFLECTIONS
124
SPEECH
126
1 Pretty Mary Had Nine Wigs
140
REFLECTIONS
146
LANGUAGE
147
Semantics
154
Word Finding
160
Language Samplers
166
REFLECTIONS
172
WRITTEN EXPRESSION
174
Specific Skills and Strategies
179
Writing Creatively
186
Using Parts of Speech
192
Revising
198
1 Print Previews
203
REFLECTIONS
208
HANDWRITING AND SPELLING
210
Detection of Special Handwriting and Spelling Needs
212
Writing Legibly in Daily Work
226
1 Proper Spacing
237
REFLECTIONS
242
COMPUTATION
244
Understanding Science across the Curriculum
324
2 Checklist for Detecting Special Needs in Science
329
SOCIAL STUDIES
335
Detection of Special Needs
338
1
345
2
354
5
360
THREE
367
CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR
368
Nine Steps to Systematic Behavior Change
373
Unmotivated to Learn
386
SwearingNamecalling
392
Inadequate Social Skills
398
Classroom Behavior Samplers
404
REFLECTIONS
410
Instructional Planning
414
Establishing a Learning Climate
420
Scheduling and Managing Time
426
Delivering Appropriate Instruction
432
Intervening in the Home and Community
438
2
442
REFLECTIONS
448
Involving Students in Collaboration
462
Conclusion
468
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