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Teaching Students With Learning Problems

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Edition:
6th
ISBN13:

9780130892966

ISBN10:
0130892963
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2001
Publisher(s):
Pearson College Div
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Summary

For courses in teaching students with mild disabilities and students at risk for school failure. Also for courses in teaching students with disabilities in inclusive and Special Education settings. This practical resource contains all the information teachers need to make informed decisions concerning their students with learning or behavior problems, making it the most useful methods text on the market. This text is prided for its unique separate coverage of assessment and methods for the content areas. It assists teachers in finding effective practices to facilitate instruction of students with learning or behavior problems.

Author Biography

Cecil D. Mercer is a distinguished professor of education at the University of Florida.

Table of Contents

PART I FOUNDATIONS OF TEACHING 1(232)
Creating Responsive Learning Environments
3(44)
Students at Risk for School Failure
4(5)
Individualized Educational Programs
9(5)
Educational Services and Related Practices
14(5)
Movement from Mainstreaming to Inclusion
19(6)
Program Factors and Least Restrictive Environment
25(10)
Instructional Variables Related to Student Learning
35(12)
Planning and Organizing Instruction
47(50)
Physical Arrangements
48(4)
Instructional Arrangements
52(32)
Scheduling
84(4)
Classroom Equipment
88(3)
Material Organization System
91(6)
Assessing Students for Instruction
97(48)
Individualized Programming: A Continuous Process of Assessment and Teaching
98(5)
Stages of Learning
103(2)
Monitoring Student Performance for Determining What to Teach
105(15)
Assessment for Determining How to Teach
120(4)
Assessment Areas for Determining How to Teach
124(9)
Grading
133(3)
Testing Modifications
136(2)
Recordkeeping
138(7)
Teaching Students and Managing Instruction
145(40)
A Continuum of Instructional Choices
146(5)
Systematic Teaching Steps
151(11)
Classroom Management
162(3)
Accommodating Students with Learning Problems in General Education Classrooms
165(5)
Selecting Curriculum
170(3)
Planning Units and Lessons
173(5)
Postinstructional Activities
178(1)
Perspective on Instructional Components
179(6)
Promoting Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Development
185(48)
Assessment of Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Development
186(12)
General Techniques for Promoting Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Development
198(8)
Social Development Interventions
206(1)
Social Development Activities
207(1)
Instructional Games in Social Development
208(1)
Commercial Social Development Programs
209(1)
Emotional Development Interventions
210(3)
Emotional Development Activities
213(2)
Instructional Games in Emotional Development
215(1)
Commercial Emotional Development Programs
215(1)
Behavioral Development Interventions
216(9)
Behavioral Development Activities
225(1)
Instructional Games in Behavioral Development
226(2)
Commercial Behavioral Development Programs
228(1)
Perspective on Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Development
228(5)
PART II Teaching Academic Skills 233(360)
Assessing and Teaching Language
235(52)
Theories of Language Acquisition
237(1)
Components of Language
237(7)
Language Difficulties
244(2)
Bilingual and Culturally Diverse Students
246(1)
Assessment of Language Skills
247(13)
Language Service Delivery Models
260(2)
Teaching Language Skills
262(4)
Language Activities
266(5)
Instructional Games in Language
271(3)
Self-Correcting Language Materials
274(6)
Commercial Language Programs
280(1)
Computer Software Programs in Language
281(6)
Assessing Reading
287(32)
Organization of Reading Skills
288(1)
Development of Reading Skills
289(3)
Emergent Literacy Assessment
292(4)
Assessment of Reading Skills
296(23)
Teaching Reading
319(52)
Developmental Reading Approaches
321(11)
Remedial Reading Programs and Methods
332(10)
Designing a Reading Program
342(3)
Teaching Strategies in Reading
345(2)
Reading and Study Skills for Adolescents
347(2)
Reading Activities
349(7)
Instructional Games in Reading
356(4)
Self-Correcting Reading Materials
360(3)
Commercial Reading Programs
363(2)
Computer Software Programs in Reading
365(6)
Assessing and Teaching Spelling
371(30)
Assessment of Spelling Skills
373(6)
Teaching Spelling Skills
379(6)
Spelling Activities
385(2)
Instructional Games in Spelling
387(5)
Self-Correcting Spelling Materials
392(3)
Commercial Spelling Programs
395(1)
Computer Software Programs in Spelling
396(5)
Assessing and Teaching Handwriting and Written Expression
401(40)
Handwriting Problems
402(1)
Assessment of Handwriting Skills
402(7)
Teaching Handwriting Skills
409(6)
Handwriting Activities
415(3)
Commercial Handwriting Programs
418(1)
Written Expression Skills
418(1)
Assessment of Written Expression Skills
419(7)
Teaching Written Expression Skills
426(6)
Written Expression Activities
432(3)
Commercial Written Expression Programs
435(1)
Computer Software Programs in Written Expression
436(5)
Assessing Math
441(28)
Development of Math Skills
443(2)
Assessment Considerations
445(4)
Assessment of Math Skills
449(20)
Teaching Math
469(62)
Basic Terms and Processes
471(1)
Research on Effective Math Instruction
471(10)
Instructional Practices for Computation and Problem Solving
481(21)
Math Activities
502(15)
Instructional Games in Math
517(4)
Self-Correcting Math Materials
521(2)
Commercial Math Programs
523(2)
Computer Software Programs in Math
525(1)
Perspective
526(5)
Teaching Learning Strategies, Content, and Study Skills
531(40)
Motivation
533(1)
Learning Strategies
534(7)
Content Instruction
541(11)
Study Skills
552(15)
Commercial Learning Strategies and Study Skills Programs
567(1)
Computer Software Programs in Learning Strategies and Study Skills
567(4)
Promoting Transitions
571(22)
Adults with Learning Disabilities
572(3)
Transitions from Secondary Settings
575(1)
Program Areas in Transition Education
576(10)
College Students with Special Needs
586(3)
Commercial Transition Education Programs
589(1)
Computer Software Programs in Transition Education
589(4)
Appendix A Scope and Sequence Skills Lists 593(18)
Reading
593(3)
Spelling
596(3)
Handwriting
599(2)
Written Expression
601(3)
Math---Skill Area
604(4)
Math---Grade Level
608(3)
Appendix B Publishers of Books, Tests, and Materials 611(6)
Author Index 617(12)
Subject Index 629


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