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Strategies for Teaching Learners With Special Needs,9780130274304
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Strategies for Teaching Learners With Special Needs

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Edition:
7th
ISBN13:

9780130274304

ISBN10:
0130274305
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2001
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall

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Summary

Revised to incorporate important new information about No Child Left Behind and the 2004 re-authorization of IDEA, this classic work in the field of teaching methodology for students with special needs continues to be the most comprehensive textbook available for students with mild/high incidence disabilities (i.e., learning disabilities, mild retardation/intellectual disabilities, emotional and behavioral disorders, and students experiencing learning problems in the general education classroom). The focus of the book is on effective instructional strategies for students being served in diverse educational settings, with a primary emphasis on those being taught in inclusive educational environments. In Part I, the text provides basic information on curriculum development and instruction while in Part II, an in-depth discussion of key curricular areas is provided. For educators teaching learning disabled students.

Table of Contents

PART I TEACHING LEARNERS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS 1(157)
Education for Learners with Special Needs
2(16)
Target Population and General Concerns
3(1)
Critical Legislation
4(3)
Education Reform and Special Education
7(3)
Teaching and Teachers
10(3)
Framework for Conceptualizing the Delivery of Effective Instruction
13(5)
Strategies for Classroom Management: Organization and Planning
18(44)
Managing the Physical Environment
19(5)
Designing Individualized Education Programs
24(3)
Organizing and Planning for Instruction
27(4)
Scheduling
31(6)
Instructional Planning
37(3)
Planning Homework Strategies
40(4)
Developing Record-Keeping Procedures
44(6)
Implementing Effective Grading Practices
50(4)
Organizing Material Selection and Use
54(4)
Summary
58(4)
Strategies for Classroom Management: Behavior Change Strategies
62(32)
Prerequisites to Successful Management
63(5)
Functional Behavioral Assessment
68(3)
Increasing Appropiate Behavior
71(6)
Behavior Reduction Techniques
77(6)
Special Considerations
83(5)
Behavioral Intervention Plans
88(2)
Summary
90(4)
Effective Instructional and Accommodative Practices
94(31)
Self-Reflection and Knowledge of Students
97(1)
Effective Teaching Practices
98(12)
Accommodative Practices
110(11)
Summary
121(4)
Strategies for Collaboration
125(33)
Ginger Blalock
Consultation and Collaboration: Models and Skills
126(7)
Collaboration with General Educators
133(13)
Collaboration with Paraeducators
146(9)
Collaboration with Other Personnel
155(1)
Evaluating the Collaborative Experience
156(1)
Summary
156(2)
PART II CURRICULUM 158(389)
Strategies for Curriculum Development and Program Design
164(25)
Basic Curricula Considerations
164(2)
Program Orientations
166(12)
Program Decision Making
178(3)
Summary
181(8)
Spoken Language
189(42)
E. Jane Nowacek
Definition of Terms
190(1)
Components of Language
191(1)
Language Development
192(1)
Language Disorders Defined
192(2)
Signs of Language Disabilities
194(1)
Assessment of Oral Language
194(9)
Language Services
203(1)
Language Standards
203(4)
Teaching Spoken Language
207(21)
Summary
228(3)
Reading: Introduction and Word Recognition
231(32)
Reading in the Curriculum
233(2)
Assessment
235(6)
Word Recognition Instruction
241(15)
Summary
256(1)
Activities
256(7)
Reading: Comprehension
263(26)
General Approaches
264(8)
Comprehension Strategies
272(10)
General Instructional Considerations
282(1)
Summary
283(1)
Activities
283(6)
Written Language
289(42)
Written Language in the Curriculum
290(2)
Handwriting
292(6)
Spelling
298(10)
Written Expression
308(17)
Summary
325(1)
Activities
325(6)
Mathematics
331(52)
Goals of Mathematics Instruction
332(20)
Approaches to Teaching Mathematics
352(9)
Strategies for Teaching Specific Skills
361(15)
Activities
376(7)
Science and Social Studies
383(39)
Assessment in Science and Social Studies
385(1)
Teaching Science to Special Learners
386(19)
Science Activities
405(2)
Teaching Social Studies to Special Learners
407(9)
Social Studies Activities
416(3)
Summary
419(3)
Study Skills
422(31)
John Hoover
Types of Study Skills
423(4)
Assessment of Study Skills
427(1)
Teaching the Development of Study Skills
428(12)
Implementing a Study Skills Program
440(4)
Learning Strategies
444(1)
Summary
445(8)
Social Competence and Self-Determination Skills
453(31)
History and Definitions
454(3)
Assessment
457(5)
Social Skills and Self-Determination Skills: Curricula and Instruction
462(14)
Establishing a Social or Self-Determination Skills Program
476(2)
Summary
478(1)
Activities
478(6)
Creative Arts: Visual Arts, Music, Dance, and Drama
484(26)
Glenn H. Buck
Rationale for Creative Arts Instruction
485(2)
General Instructional Guidelines
487(1)
Instruction in the Visual Arts
488(6)
Instruction in Music
494(6)
Instruction in Dance and Creative Movement
500(3)
Instruction in Creative Dramatics
503(4)
Sources of Teaching Ideas
507(1)
Summary
507(3)
Transitions, Transition Planning, and Life Skills Education
510(37)
Transitions Across and Along the School Years
512(8)
Transition from School to Postschool Settings
520(13)
Life Skills Education
533(10)
Summary
543(4)
References 547(42)
Author Index 589(10)
Subject Index 599


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