The Semantic Organizer Approach to Writing and Reading Instruction
Aspen Systems Corporation, 1985 - Business & Economics - 180 pages
Classroom tested with both normal and disabled learners, this structured system was written to help even the most difficult-to-teach students in all grades. Provides sample lessons and worksheets that demonstrate how to tap the inner resources of every student. Helps students categorize information, compare and contrast objects, explain cause-and-effect relationships, describe time-related events, and more. Students learn how to think, read, and write in paragraph units. Over 100 ready-to-use activities.
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Chapter 1 Proximity and ReadingWriting Strategies
Chapter2 The Cognitive Underpinnings
Chapter 3 The Linguistic Underpinnings
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