For courses in Mild/Moderate Disabilities Methods.
This classic work offers the most comprehensive exploration of how to teach students with mild/high incidence disabilities.
Balancing elementary and secondary teaching strategies, the text introduces critical areas of concern for special educators, includes a new chapter on curriculum development and launches into strategies for teaching students specific content areas. This edition includes separate chapters on science and social studies, updated chapters on reading and written language, and an expanded focus on transitions and functional academics. Throughout each chapter, culturally responsive practices are highlighted, technology rich solutions are explored, and formal assessment instruments are summarized so readers learn how to help students with special needs succeed in inclusive educational environments.
Table of Contents
PART I: TEACHING LEARNERS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
1. Special Education: An Introduction to Instruction
2. Curriculum Development, Effective Instruction, and Classroom Adaptations
3. Strategies for Classroom Management and Behavioral Support
Part II: Content Areas
4. Spoken Language
5. Reading: World Recognition
6. Reading: Comprehension
7. Written Language
8. Mathematics Instruction
10. Social Studies
Part III: Critical Skills
11. Study Skills
12. Social Competence and Self-Determination Skills
13. Functional Academics and Career Development
14. Career Development and Transition
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$68.99 | ISBN-13: 978-0-13-278254-8